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Husbands & wives Noel Coward.

Author: Graham Webster
Publisher: Brisbane, Qld. : 4MBS Classic FM, ©2005.
Series: Graham Webster's world of music, WOM77.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio
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Program 1: Husbands and Wives. A feature on famous husbands and wives involved in music making. People such as Sir John Barbirolli and Evelyn Rothwell ; Joan Sutherland and Richard Bonynge ; as well as two couples where physical affection casued a modification or curtailment of one partner's musical performance and two couples who survived the trauma of mental illness of one partner.
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Named Person: Constanze Mozart; Joseph Haydn; Clara Schumann; Alice Elgar; Edward Elgar; John Barbirolli; Evelyn Rothwell; Joan Sutherland; Richard Bonynge; Jacqueline Du Pré; Daniel Barenboim; John Odgen; Cyril Smith; Noel Coward
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Graham Webster
OCLC Number: 271647849
Notes: "Graham Webster wrote and presented "The World of Music" programs on radio 4MBS Classic FM, Brisbane, over a 10 year period. Many of the programs were prepared using the resources of the music collection at the State Library of Queensland". --from sleeve notes.
Description: 1 sound disc : stereo., digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Series Title: Graham Webster's world of music, WOM77.
Other Titles: Noel Coward

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Program 1: Husbands and Wives. A feature on famous husbands and wives involved in music making. People such as Sir John Barbirolli and Evelyn Rothwell ; Joan Sutherland and Richard Bonynge ; as well as two couples where physical affection casued a modification or curtailment of one partner's musical performance and two couples who survived the trauma of mental illness of one partner.

Program 2: Noel Coward. Our feature is a tribute to a man whose accumulation of talents was staggering. In the 1920s he became a celebrated actor, playwright, director, composer and lyricist. He wrote over 50 plays, musicals and operettas, and at least 250 songs.

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