Broadway Musicals List:
Movies and Music M - S

Here is the continuation of Broadway musicals listings including famous songs, movies and stage productions. I thoroughly enjoy entertaining folks at my piano concerts with these classic Broadway show tunes! How many do you remember? M

  • My Funny Valentine
    By Rogers and Hart. From the musical Babes In Arms - 1937.

  • Marie
    Composed by Irving Berlin. From the movie The Awakening - 1928.

  • Mona Lisa
    Movie - Captain Carey, U.S.A. - 1949

  • Moon River
    Words by J. Mercer. Music by Henry Mancini.
    Movie - Breakfast At Tiffany's - 1961

  • Moonlight Becomes You
    Words by J. Burke. Music by Van Heusen.
    Movie - Road To Morocco - 1942

  • My Ideal
    Movie - Playboy Of Paris - 1930


  • Nice Work If You Can Get It
    Written by the Gershwins, from the musical
    A Damsel In Distress.


  • Our Love Is Here To Stay
    Another Gershwin production from the musical
    Goldwyn Follies - 1938.


  • Play a Simple Melody
    An Irving Berlin composition from the Stage Play
    Watch Your Step - 1914.

    Q and R - No Songs


  • Satin Doll
    Music by Duke Ellington (Big Band Era ) from the movie
    Sophisticated Ladies - 1958.

  • September Song
    From the musical play Knickerbocker Holiday - 1938.

  • Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

    Music by Jerome Kern from the musical Roberta - 1933

  • Some Day My Prince Will Come
    From Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs - 1937.

  • Summertime
    A sultry jazz classic composed by George Gershwin.
    Musical - Porgy and Bess - 1935

  • Speak Low
    Musical - One Touch Of Venus - 1943

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