Oh, What a Girl! (Various)

Collaborative Work
This work was co-authored by Charles Jules, Jacques Presburg Jr., L. Wolfe Gilbert, Alex Sullivan,
Nathaniel Vincent, Irving Berlin and Egbert Van Alstyne.

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Publisher. Info. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1919. Plate 757.
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General Information

Work Title Oh, What a Girl!
Alternative. Title A Musical Farce in Two Acts
Composer Various
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 2 acts
  • Act I
1. Musical Poker Game
2. Gimme This (Gimme This-Gimme That)
3. Oh, What a Girl!
4. A Nice Sweet Kiss
5. Oh, That Shimmy
6. Travesty Opera
  • Act II
7. Prince Charming
8. Get Him Up
9. Dainty Little Girl (Like You)
10. Breeze in the Trees
11. Could You Teach Me?
12. I've Got My Captain Working for Me Now
13. (Such a) Baby
14. Pot Pourri
First Performance. 1919-07-28 in New York, Shubert Theatre
First Publication. 1919
Copyright Information Possibly public domain in EU and other 70 pma territories.
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Librettist see below
  1. Edgar Smith (1857-1934) and Edward Clark (1878-1954)
  2. L. Wolfe Gilbert (1886-1970)
    Alex Sullivan (1885-1956)
    Nathaniel Vincent (1889-1979)
  3. Smith
  4. Smith
  5. Smith and Clark
  6. Smith and Clark
  7. Clark
  8. Smith and Clark
  9. Smith
  10. Smith
  11. Smith and Clark
  12. Irving Berlin (1888-1989)
  13. Gustav Kahn (1886-1941)
  14. Smith and Clark
Language English
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation voices, chorus, orchestra
External Links Internet Broadway Database
Extra Information No.13 was also used in The Passing Show of 1918, a musical revue with music by several composers.