The Eternal Waltz is a one act operetta written by Austen Hurgon and composed by Leo Fall which opened at the London Hippodrome 22 December 1911.
- No. 1 - Overture
- No. 2 - Duet - "Thanks for kindness condescending, pleased are we you're not pretending! And you mean to hand us over just before we sail for Dover..."
- No. 3 - Intermezzo
- No. 4 - Chorus - "A toast we'll give you tonight, so lift your glasses, both men and lasses. A toast we'll give you tonight, so lift your glasses, both men and lasses."
- No. 5 - Two-Step - The Bohemian Ladies
- No. 6 - Song - Lulu von Linden - "I am the dernier cri in frocks, in fashions and fancies, they're all named after me - the powders, the soaps, and the dances ..."
- No. 7 - Viennese Song - The Tyrant - "A man who feels the dart of young Cupid in his heart will suffer cruel pangs while in doubt the issue hangs..."
- No. 8 - A Viennese Waltz - "Hush, and I'll sing you a waltz song, melody rippling and free; How it entrances! what endless romances lie in the time one, two. three!"
- No. 9 - Finale - "The waltz, the waltz, that Viennese waltz; the mad, the glad, the mystical waltz, in rhythmical movement swinging and bringing delight..."
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