Was also used in the Broadway version of 42nd Street
Mr Anderson wrote this upon request by Roger Voisin who was then principal trumpeter for the Boston Pops Orchestra.
Features timpani, snare and bongo drums.
1935 - Composed by Henry Warren, Al Dubin
The song first featured in the musical 'Gold Diggers of 1935'
For chorus, text by Rudyard Kipling
Songs: What The Hell, Smile, Wish You Were Here
1935; #1 on the Billboard chart; Oscar winner for "Gold Diggers of 1935"; most popular version
Contralto aria; opera by Gian Carlo Menotti
From Three Shakespeare Songs, op. 37