- Title Pages
- Editors’ Preface
- 1 Cole Porter at Yale
- 2 When the Little Bluebird Starts to Sing
- 3 Cole Porter, European
- 4 Landed
- 5 Lists of Louche Living Music in Cole Porter’s Social World
- 6 Which Comes First, the Music or the Lyrics?
- 7 “I Hate Parading My Serenading”
- 8 From “Young Bears” to “Three-Letter Words”
- 9 Keeping Faith with John Q. Public
- 10 “The Beat Beat Beat of the Tom-Tom”
- 11 Licentious Harmony and Counterpoint in Porter’s “Love for Sale”
- 12 About Cole Porter’s Songs
- 13 You Never Know
- 14 A Consideration of Drama, Lyrics, and Musical Structure in a Porter Film
- 15 Kiss Me, Kate
- 16 Cole Porter’s Papers
- 17 Secondary Materials and the Study of Cole Porter
- Selected Bibliography
- About the Contributors
- Music in American Life
- Production Credits
- A Cole Porter Companion
- University of Illinois Press
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