The finale of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is finally here and we couldn’t be more excited! As we prepare to say goodbye (for now) to our beloved Midge, Susie, Abe, Rose, and the rest of the characters, let’s take a look at some of the standout songs from this season.
“Ain’t Misbehavin'” by Fats Waller
This classic jazz tune is featured in the final scene of the season, as Midge takes the stage at The Apollo Theater and performs it to a packed audience. It perfectly captures the energy and confidence of Midge’s character, as well as her growth throughout the season.
“The Man That Got Away” by Judy Garland
In episode 5, Midge and Susie attend a Judy Garland concert where they are inspired by her powerful performance of “The Man That Got Away.” This song not only showcases Garland’s iconic voice but also serves as a reminder to Midge to keep pushing forward in her comedy career.
“I’m Gonna Live Till I Die” by Frank Sinatra
As Midge and her family embark on a road trip to the Catskills in episode 7, this upbeat song by Frank Sinatra plays in the background. It captures the excitement and freedom of hitting the open road and perfectly sets the tone for their vacation.
“The Best Things Happen While You’re Dancing” by Danny Kaye
In episode 8, Midge performs this fun and playful song as part of her act at the USO show. It’s a joyful number that showcases Midge’s natural comedic talent and adds to the overall lightheartedness of the episode.
“That’s How Young I Feel” by Tommy Dorsey
In the final episode, as Midge prepares to leave for her tour with Shy Baldwin, this romantic and dreamy tune plays in the background. It captures the excitement and anticipation of new beginnings and perfectly sets the mood for Midge’s journey ahead.
As we say goodbye to another season of Mrs. Maisel, the music continues to play an important role in setting the tone and enhancing the overall storytelling. From classic jazz to upbeat tunes, each song adds depth and emotion to the scenes they accompany.
We can’t wait to see what musical gems will be featured in future seasons of this beloved show. So, we eagerly await for Mrs Maisel Finale with high hopes and expectations for another season filled with stellar performances and memorable music. Let’s raise a glass to Midge Maisel, her journey, and the incredible soundtrack that brings it all to life.
“New York, New York” by Frank Sinatra
This classic tune is featured in the final scene of the finale as Midge walks through Times Square with Joel. It serves as a reminder that no matter what challenges she may face, New York City will always be there for her and continue to inspire her.
“One Less Angel” by Bobby Darin
This melancholic song plays during a pivotal moment in the season finale as Midge reflects on her relationships and the choices she’s made. It adds depth to the scene and highlights the emotional journey that Midge has been on throughout the season.
The music in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel has always been an integral part of the show, setting the tone and adding depth to each episode. In the season finale, music plays an even bigger role as it reflects Midge’s character development and adds an extra layer of emotion to the final scenes.
From Judy Garland’s powerful vocals to Frank Sinatra’s iconic swing tunes, the soundtrack perfectly captures the time period and enhances the overall viewing experience. And while the finale may mark the end of another season, we can always look forward to more amazing musical moments in future episodes. After all, as Midge herself would say, “The show must go on!” So let’s raise a glass and toast to another fantastic Mrs. Maisel finale!
“The Very Thought of You” by Ray Noble
As Midge reflects on her relationship with Joel in episode 9, this beautiful love song plays in the background. Its melancholic melody perfectly encapsulates the bittersweet nature of their relationship and adds depth to their scenes together.
“You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To” by Cole Porter
In the final scene of the season, as Midge reflects on her journey and looks towards the future, this romantic song plays in the background. It serves as a reminder of the love and support she has from her family and friends, while also hinting at potential new beginnings.
The use of iconic songs throughout the season not only adds to the overall nostalgic feel of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” but also helps to convey important themes and emotions within the show. The finale’s use of music is no exception, as it captures the essence of Midge’s journey and sets the tone for what’s to come in future seasons.
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