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The masters' voice : Noel Coward, his HMV recordings, 1928-1953.

Author: Noel Coward; Gertrude Lawrence; Yvonne Printemps
Publisher: [Hollywood, CA] : Angel, 1992.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Excerpts
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Noel Coward; Gertrude Lawrence; Yvonne Printemps
OCLC Number: 31159393
Notes: Angel: 7 54919 2 (0777 7 54919 2 0) (CDP 54920-2, CDP 54921-2, CDP 54922-2, CDP 54923-2).
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Popular songs, musical comedy and revue excerpts, principally written by Noel Coward.
Selections previously released between 1928 and 1953.
Compact discs.
Biographical and program notes by Sheridan Morley, with discography ([22] p. ; ill.)--inserted.
Performer(s): Noel Coward, vocals ; with various performers ; in part with Gertrude Lawrence, Yvonne Printemps.
Event notes: Recorded between 1928 and 1952.
Description: 4 sound discs (4 hr., 36 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: v. 1. A room with a view --
Dance, little lady --
Mary make-believe --
Try to learn to love --
Lorelei --
The dream is over --
Zigeuner --
World weary --
Private lives. Someday I'll find you ; I never realised ; If you were the only girl in the world --
Half-caste woman --
Any little fish --
Calvacade --
Lover of my dreams --
Noel Coward medley. v. 2. Let's say goodbye --
The party's over now --
Something to do with spring --
Mad dogs and Englishmen --
Tokay ; World weary ; Caballero ; Green carnation ; I'll see you again ; Poor little rich girl ; Zigeuner ; Dear little cafe ; Call of life ; Ladies of the town --
I'll follow my secret heart --
Melanie's aria --
I travel alone --
Most of ev'ry day --
Love in bloom --
Fare thee well --
Mrs. Worthington --
We were so young --
Then ; Play, orchestra, play --
You were there --
Has anybody seen our ship? --
Man about town. v. 3. Family ablum --
Parisian Pierrot --
We were dancing --
Dearest love --
Where are the songs we sung? --
The stately homes of England --
Gipsy melody --
Dearest love --
I'll see you again --
Just let me look at you --
Poor little rich girl --
London pride --
The last time I saw Paris --
Could you please oblige us with a Bren gun --
There have been songs in England --
Imagine the duchess's feelings --
It's only you --
Don't let's be beastly to the Germans --
The welcoming land --
I'm old fashioned --
You'd be so nice to come home to. v. 4. Sigh no more --
I wonder what happened to him --
Matelot --
Nina --
Never again --
Wait a bit, Joe --
Bright was the day --
This is a changing world --
His Excellency regrets --
One, two, three --
Uncle Harry --
I never knew --
I saw no shadow --
Josephine --
Don't make fun of the fair --
Sail away --
I'll see you again ; Dance little lady ; Poor little rich girl ; A room with a view ; Parisian Pierrot ; Any little fish ; You were there ; Someday I'll find you ; Let's say goodbye ; I'll follow my secret heart ; If love were all ; Play orchestra play --
Why does love get in the way? --
I like America --
Time and again --
There are bad times just around the corner.
Other Titles: Noel Coward: his HMV recordings, 1928-1953
HMV recordings, 1928-1953

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