George Gershwin, Strike Up the Band (1930.02)

Richard Rodgers, Simple Simon (1930.08)

George Gershwin, Girl Crazy, (1930.31, introducing Ethel Merman)

Vincent Youmans, Smiles (1930.39)

Cole Porter and others, The New Yorkers (1930.40)

Harold Arlen, You Said It (1931.01, first score)

Arthur Schwartz, The Band Wagon (1931.16)

Jerome Kern, The Cat and the Fiddle (1931.37)

George Gershwin, Of Thee I Sing (1931.48)

Vincent Youmans, Through the Years (1932.03)

Irving Berlin, Face the Music (1932.05, book by Moss Hart)

Jerome Kern, Music in the Air (1932.22)

Cole Porter, Gay Divorce (1932.26)

Vernon Duke, Walk a Little Faster (1932.27)

Kurt Weill,  The Three-Penny Opera (1933.07)

Irving Berlin, As Thousands Cheer (1933.22, starring Ethel Waters)

Jerome Kern, Roberta (1933.26, starring Bob Hope, George Murphy, Ray Middleton, Tamara, Lyda Roberti and Fay Templeton)

Harold Arlen, Life Begins at 8:40 (1934.19, starring Ray Bolger)

Cole Porter, Anything Goes (1934.36, book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse)

Arthur Schwartz, Revenge with Music (1934.38)

George Gershwin,  Porgy and Bess (1935.13, book by DuBose Heyward)

Cole Porter, Jubilee (1935.14, book by Moss Hart)

Richard Rodgers, Jumbo (1935.15)

Richard Rodgers, On Your Toes (1936.05, book by George Abbott and ballet by George Balanchine)

Richard Rodgers, Babes in Arms (1937.05, starring Alfred Drake, Mitzi Green, Wynn Murray, Nicholas Brothers, Ray Heatherton, Robert Rounseville and Dan Daily)

Sammy Fain, Right This Way (1938.01, introducing the song “I’ll Be Seeing You”)

Richard Rodgers, I Married an Angel (1938.05)

Kurt Weill, Knickerbocker Holiday (1938.11, book by Maxwell Anderson)

Cole Porter, Leave It to Me (1938.13, featuring Mary Martin)

Richard Rodgers, The Boys from Syracuse (1938.14)

Richard Rodgers, Too Many Girls (1939.27)

Jerome Kern, Very Warm for May (1939.28)

Cole Porter, DuBarry Was a Lady (1939.30)