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A Serene Day (Birthday/Anyone)

The most famous movement from "The Carnival Of The Animals" (1886) by French composer Camille Saint-Saens(1835-1921). The musical setting for Pavlova's legendary "Dying Swan."

Beautiful Blue Danube(The) (Birthday)

Music by Johann Strauss II(1825-1899), the Viennese Waltz King, 1866, perhaps his most famous waltz.

Entertainer, The (Birthday)

"The Entertainer" by American composer Scott Joplin(1868-1917). Now dubbed "King of Ragtime," Joplin lived & died in relative obscurity, only to be acclaimed a half century later after his piano rags, "The Entertainer" in particular, were featured in the film "The Sting" as adapted & performed by Marvin Hamlisch.

Everybody's Doin' It Now (Birthday)

Music & words by Irving Berlin(1888-1989), 1911. A turkey trot, one of the early Berlin standards.

Golliwog's Cakewalk (Debussy) (Birthday)

"Golliwog's Cake Walk" from "The Children's Corner" by French composer Claude DEBUSSY (1862-1918). A golliwog was a stuffed rag doll toy depicting a dancing figure with African features.

Hail! Hail! The Gang's All Here! (Birthday)

1917 Tin Pan Alley standard. Music by Theodore Morse(1873-1924)borrowing directly from Sir Arthur Sullivan's "The Pirates of Penzance"(1879), lyrics by D.A. Esrom, pseudonym for Theodora Morse(1890-1953), wife of Theodore Morse. Ms. Morse also contributed lyrics to "Wonderful One," "Siboney," and "Three O'clock In The Morning."