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You Can't Brush Me Off" borrows a slang catchphrase and returns a raucous love song, fond but aggressive. "It's a Lovely Day Tomorrow," very pure and diatonic in its melody and almost absurdly simple in its message, is the Berlin of the anthems, the idealistic and even epic Berlin. " All this analyzing of Berlin's qualities obscures his greatest gift—sheer all-conquering tunefulness. Berlin's most characteroriented score is that for Annie Get Your Gun and his most elaborate score that for Miss Liberty, both later in this decade.
It is worth remarking, too, that while dance music in most shows had long consisted of repetitions of whatever song had just been sung, the Big Ballet's very grandeur called for something on a higher cultural level: dramatic dance music, descriptive, narrative, featuring developments and variations of themes from the show. 's songs, putting some of them through startling changes as the dream deepens into nightmare. "Old Man's Darling" focuses on a single number—grows out of it organically. After Gaxton sings "Fools Fall in Love," a solo violin echoes the main strain, then a fraught transition produces a waltz version, for trumpet and tripping woodwinds.
People are opening her mail, murmuring passwords, kidnaping her. No, really. Incredible to report, Matthews is actually suffering a hysterical psychotic episode, and has got so deep in the dream that she has to be hospitalized. She will be very honest about it in her memoirs, thirty-two years later: I was in a dark room. Someone had dressed me in a rough shift that scrubbed against my skin. I was on a bed ... I couldn't move my hands, they felt manacled. Had the Germans caught me? I heard someone screaming .