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Annie Get Your Gun

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Genre: Musical Comedy

Score

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Original score

  • Colonel Buffalo Bill
    • aka Buffalo Bill [Title in original Broadway playbill and original London program]
    • aka Colonel Buffalo Bill [no note]
  • I'm a Bad, Bad Man
    • aka Bin ein Bosewicht [no note]
  • Doin' What Comes Naturally
    • aka A la Manera Natural [no note]
    • aka Doin' What Comes Natur'lly [no note]
    • aka Doing What Comes Naturally [no note]
    • aka Weil es ganz von selber geht [no note]
  • The Girl That I Marry
    • aka Die Frau meiner Traume [no note]
    • aka Novia Que Quiero, La [no note]
  • You Can't Get a Man with a Gun
    • aka Am Schiesseisen beisst keiner an [no note]
    • aka Can't Get a Man with a Gun [no note]
    • aka Por Mi Rifle No Tengo Galan [no note]
  • There's No Business Like Show Business
    • aka Que Siga la Funcion [no note]
    • aka Schauspieler sind Schauspieler [no note]
    • aka Show Business [Title in original Broadway playbill and original London program]
    • aka Showbusiness [Title in program for 1957 Equity Library Theatre production]
  • They Say It's Wonderful
    • aka Man sagt, Verliebtsein, das ware wundervoll [no note]
    • aka Musica del Amor, La [no note]
  • Moonshine Lullaby
    • aka Wiegenlied [no note]
  • I'll Share It All with You
  • Ballyhoo
    • aka Circus Dance [no note]
    • aka Pitch Dance [Title in program for 1957 Equity Library Theatre production]
  • My Defenses Are Down
    • aka Ich bin wehrlos vor ihr [no note]
    • aka My Defences Are Down [no note]
    • aka Ya No Se Resistir [no note]
  • Wild Horse Ceremonial Dance
    • aka Ceremonial Dance [no note]
    • aka Drum Dance [no note]
  • Ceremonial Chant
  • I'm an Indian Too
    • aka Weil ich Indianerin bin [no note]
  • Adoption Dance
  • I Got Lost in His Arms
    • aka Als der Mond purpurrot wie Burgunder war [no note]
    • aka Lost in His Arms [Title in original Broadway playbill and original London program]
    • aka Me Perdi en Su Mirar [no note]
  • Who Do You Love, I Hope?
    • aka Who Do You Love [no note]
    • aka Who Do You Love I Hope [no note]
    • aka Zufallig trifft man sich [no note]
  • I Got the Sun in the Morning
    • aka I've Got the Sun in the Morning [no note]
    • aka Ich hab' die goldene Sonne und den Silbermond [no note]
    • aka Sun in the Morning [Title in original Broadway playbill and original London program]
    • aka Yo Tengo el Sol y la Luna [no note]
  • Anything You Can Do
    • aka Alles, was Du kannst, das kann ich viel besser [no note]
    • aka Cualquier Cosa Que Hagas Tu [no note]

Cut before rehearsals

Cut prior to Broadway

Added to 1966 revival

Studio Cast Recordings

Recordings listed here were done in the studio specifically to release as recordings. They do not represent cast recordings of a particular production.

Demos & Pre-Production Recordings

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Authors

Original Authors

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Book
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Music & Lyrics

Later Contributors

This list represents writers who contributed to revisions, etc. following the original production.

...
Book (revisions)
Genre: Musical Comedy

Source

No source listed.

Synopsis

The story of Annie Oakley's rise to fame.

Trivia & History

Originally, the score was to be written by Jerome Kern, but he died before starting work. Dorothy Fields was to write the lyrics. When Kern died, Irving Berlin accepted after finding out what kind of fun he could have with hillbilly slang in the lyrics.

Other Titles

  • Annie Oakley (Originally announced title)

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