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The Great American Songbook

The classic songs known as the "Great American Songbook" were mostly written between

1900 - 1950 by composers such as Irving Berlin, George and Ira Gershwin, Cole Porter, Harold Arlen and soooo many more.
These songs can be heard everywhere: in the movies, in commercials, on TV shows, in musicals, etc. They have been recorded countless  times and continue to be performed today by old and young performers in all genres  -

from Ella Fitzgerald to Lady Gaga to Michael Bublé to Willie Nelson.

(In alphabetical order - click on a title below)

                                    A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square

                                   Autumn in New York

                                          Cheer Up, Charlie

                                            I'll Be Seeing You

                                            It's Been a Long, Long Time

                                            'Tis Autumn

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