Foggy Day In London Town, A

Foggy Day In London Town, A
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This song, sung by Fred Astaire in 'A Damsel in Distress' (1937) was originally marked 'with a scholarly air' by the arranger, prompted by the celebrated couplet from Ira Gershwin's lyric: "I viewed the morning with alarm, The British Museum had lost its charm." There is also a reference to summer at the point in the song with the words "...and through foggy London Town the sun was shining everywhere."


  • Foggy Day In London Town, A


Product IDCOBS000043721
Composer/Artist/Author George Gershwin
Editor/Arranger Thorp, Bill
Instrumentation String Quartet - 2 Violins & Viola & Cello
Publisher Broadbent & Dunn
Publisher Ref No 10103
Language Eng
Media Set of Parts
Duration3 min 22 sec

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