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From Broadway to the Silver Screen

Sounds from the Silver Screen

A collection of iconic tracks from your favourite Broadway musicals and on screen classics.

Preview “Singin’ In The Rain

No. Track Name Artist
1 Lullaby of Broadway (from "Gold Diggers of 1935") Wini Shaw
2 Singin in the Rain (from "Singin in the Rain") Gene Kelly
3 Guys and Dolls (from "Guys and Dolls") Stubby Kay
4 I've Grown accustomed to her Face (from "My Fair Lady") Gerry Grant
5 Maria (from "West Side Story") Larry Kert
6 Luck be a Lady (from "Guys and Dolls") Robert Alda
7 Get Me to the Church on Time (from "My Fair Lady") Michael Bond
8 Sit Down Your Rockin the Boat (from "Guys and Dolls") Stubby Kaye
9 S'Wonderful (from "Funny Face") Gene Kelly
10 I Could have Danced all Night (from "My Fair Lady") Leoni Page
11 West Side Story Prologue (from "West Side Story") Stan Kenton
12 On the Street where you Live (from "My Fair Lady") Barry Kendall
13 Wouldn't it be Loverly? (from "My Fair Lady") Leoni Page
14 Jeepers Creepers (from "Going Places") Louis Armstrong
15 Oh what a Beautiful Morning (from "Oklahoma") Alfred Drake
16 I Cain't say no (from "Oklahoma") Celeste Holm


Broadway theatre productions have been a main-stay for avid lovers musicals across New York City. Spanning 40 professional theatres, Broadway has played host to dozens of legendary productions including: West Side Story, My Fair Lady and Singin’ In The Rain.

Singin’ In The Rain

Singin’ in the Rain was originally conceived by MGM producer Arthur Freed, the head of the “Freed Unit” responsible for turning out MGM’s lavish musicals, as a vehicle for his catalog of songs written with Nacio Herb Brown for previous MGM musical films of the 1929-39 period. Screenwriters Betty Comden and Adolph Green contributed lyrics to one new song.

All songs have lyrics by Freed and music by Brown, unless otherwise indicated. Some of the songs, such as “Broadway Rhythm”, “Should I?”, and most notably “Singin’ in the Rain,” were featured in numerous films. The films listed below mark the first time each song was presented on screen.

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