Music From the Motion Picture

Printed Music - 2004
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The motion picture De-Lovely, an original musical portrait of American composer Cole Porter, is filled with Porter's own unforgettable songs, and stars some of the biggest names in film and music, including Kevin Kline, Ashley Judd, Natalie Cole, Sheryl Crow, and Robbie Williams. Our spectacular folio is sure to be a collector's item, including songs performed in the film along with an elaborate section featuring six panels of color artwork that includes a gate-fold display featuring an array of artist and actor photos on a three-page spread. The book is printed on an antique ivory stock reminiscent of the quality publications available during Porter's lifetime. Titles are: It's De-Lovely * Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye * Just One of Those Things * Be a Clown * Let's Do It, Let's Fall in Love * Begin the Beguine * Anything Goes * I Love You * So in Love * True Love * Love for Sale * What Is This Thing Called Love * Easy to Love * Night and Day * Let's Misbehave * Blow, Gabriel, Blow * In the Still of the Night * You're the Top.
Publisher: Miami, Fla. : Warner Bros. Publications, [2004]
Copyright Date: ©2004
ISBN: 9780757923630
Branch Call Number: Msc 782.42154 POR
Characteristics: 104 pages of music :,illustrations
Additional Contributors: Endelman, Stephen


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Jan 10, 2016

I had to borrow this after seeing the film, so I could hear "Anything Goes" and Elvis Costello's rendition (so much fun) of "Let's Misbehave". Other delights/surprises were performances by Lamar, Sheryl Crowe and Alanis Morissette. I found myself humming those tunes for days. It truly is De-lovely!

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