The Merry Widow(1905, 1907 in America)

Book: Victor Leon and Leo Stein (after Henri Meilhac); standard English translation by Adrian Ross
Lyrics: Victor Leon and Leo Stein
Music: Franz Lehar

Opening Chorus

A Dutiful Wife (Valencienne and Camille)

In Marsovia (Hanna and men)
[originally: I have not quite adjusted to Paris]

Maxim's (Danilo)

If I Could Go with You (Camille)
[originally a duet with Valencienne: The Charm of Domesticity; often cut]

Act I Finale: Ladies' Choice - Oh, Come Away (waltz)

Opening Chorus, dance, and song: Vilia (Vilja)

The Cavalier (Danilo and Hanna)

Women (male Septet)

Dance - Maxim's - Merry Widow Waltz (Hanna and Danilo)

Love in My Heart (Camille and Valencienne)

Act II Finale: Love in My Heart - In the Modern Style - The Prince and the Princess - Maxim's

(Entr-Acte: Vilja [most often cut])

Opening dance: Maxim's - Cake-Walk

The Girls at Maxim's (Grisetten-Lied) (female sextet and chorus)

Interpolated Song (chorus) and Dance (Fifi): Butterflies

Interpolated Song (Nisch and chorus): Quite Parisian

I Love You So (Merry Widow Waltz) (Danilo and Hanna)

Finale: Women