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Lullaby Of Broadway
   featured in the film   
Gold Diggers Of 1935 (1935)
Was also used in the Broadway version of 42nd Street
Folk Implosion
   released the album   
One Part Lullaby (1999)
Lullaby of Broadway
   comes from the musical   
42nd Street
Alison Krauss & Brad Paisley
   released   
Whiskey Lullaby
2004
Lullaby
   in French is   
Berceuse
Lullaby of _____
   -   
Broadway
Manhattan, Doris Day
George Gershwin
   composed   
Lullaby
For string quartet, 1919
1945
   Leroy released   
A Trumpeter's Lullaby
Mr Anderson wrote this upon request by Roger Voisin who was then principal trumpeter for the Boston Pops Orchestra.
1970
   Leroy released   
Lullaby of Drums
Features timpani, snare and bongo drums.
Lullaby of Broadway
   was featured in   
Gold Diggers of 1935
1935 - Composed by Henry Warren, Al Dubin
Lullaby Of Broadway
   featured in the film   
Lullaby Of Broadway (1951)
The song first featured in the musical 'Gold Diggers of 1935'
Harry Warren
   composed   
Lullaby of Broadway
In Gold Diggers of 1935
Eric Whitacre
   composed   
The Seal Lullaby
For chorus, text by Rudyard Kipling
Mussorgsky: Lullaby
   was used in   
Death in Venice
Grainger: Bridal Lullaby
   was used in   
Howards End
Avril Lavigne
   released   
Goodbye Lullaby (2011)
Songs: What The Hell, Smile, Wish You Were Here
Zoom
   features   
Lonesome Lullaby
2001
One By One
   has the track   
Disenchanted Lullaby
2002
The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra
   released the record   
Lullaby of Broadway
1935; #1 on the Billboard chart; Oscar winner for "Gold Diggers of 1935"; most popular version
Lullaby of Broadway
   was released by   
Dick Powell
1935 - inducted in 2005
Amy Beach
   composed   
"Fairy Lullaby"
From Three Shakespeare Songs, op. 37
The Consul
   features the aria   
"Lullaby"
Contralto aria; opera by Gian Carlo Menotti






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