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New York State of Mind. You Can Depend on Me. What a Wonderful World. A Kiss to Build a Dream On. He notes, however, that it was reintroduced toward the end of the show's run and that of all the songs written for the show were "despite this lack of exposure. In his biography of Hart, Gary Marmorstein takes issue with Rodgers' account of why and when the song was cut.
During that period songs were being shuffled and rewritten and "Wait Till You See Her" was a particular "headache" to director Josh Logan in terms of where the song should be placed. As has everyone else, Marmorstein notes that it went on to become a standard because Mabel Mercer, despite "Wait Till You See Her" having been cut from the show, began to sing it at Tony's. But every time we tried to stage it, it didn't work in the story. So finally we tried it with a whole new set of dances and costumes, and Bob Alton [the show's choreographer] worked on it, and we put it in and we opened on Broadway, and we knew it wasn't any good.
And we took it out the night after the opening. In his autobiography, Logan also tells the story of how everyone failed in the attempt to position "Wait Till You See Her" in the show so it would work and how they finally just "eliminated" it the day after the opening.
Logan concludes, "The irony is that of all the songs in By Jupiter , the most famous is that one" Logan, p. See cast album below. Listen to and watch Mabel Mercer on YouTube. Speaking about singer Mabel Mercer when she performed at Tony's, a club on 52nd Street in NYC during the forties and fifties, songwriter Alec Wilder said it was not a special place except for Mercer.
She made it into a kind of chapel, she gave it an aura of calm and protection. She had magic. She did dozens of songs that I and others felt impelled to write for her, songs that nobody has since heard.
But she also did songs that became standards because she did them. But Mabel liked it. After she began singing it, the magical thing happened. Other singers discovered it. Suddenly, the rejected song became a talked-about song. Peggy Lee added it to her repertoire. So did Sinatra. Band leaders began putting it into their books. Single-handed, Mabel revived other forgotten songs and popularized songs that would have been forgotten. Shaw, pp. In his own book, American Popular Song , Wilder adds to the note above that Mabel Mercer told him that she had received the full score for the show even before it opened and had chosen "Wait Till You See Her" as the song she would sing, and writes, "I believe that her faith in the song largely contributed to its position today as a standard.
Its pure melodic writing and pure lyric writing are of the best" p. Oscar Hammerstein II in his forward to The Rodgers and Hart Songbook takes up the subject of Rodgers waltzes, even of waltzes in musical theater in general.
He notes that at the time Rodgers and Hart began their collaboration in the twenties, waltzes had not that long before been "the stock in trade of the Viennese school" and although composers like Victor Herbert, Sigmund Romberg and Rudolph Friml kept the tradition going in their work in New York, American songwriters in general were leaving them behind.
Like Wilder, Hammerstein singles out Rodgers "Falling in Love with Love" and "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World," and adds to the list " Lover " as among the finest examples of the genre which have all become standards.Wait 'Til You See Her Lyrics: Wait till you see her, see how she looks / Wait till you hear her laugh / Painters of paintings, writer of books / Never could tell the half / Wait till you feel the.