The Light Opera Company
Musical Comedy Marches: '
Riff Song (The Desert Song) Mounties (Rose Marie). Song of the Drum (Song of the Drum) The Three Musketeers (The Three Musketeers). Tokay (Bitter Sweet). Robbers' March (Chu Chin Chow). Love's Sentry (Madam Pompadour). Goodbye (White Horse Inn)
Evelyn Laye and Geoffrey Gwyther with the Piccadilly Theatre Orchestra
Conducted by Kennedy Russell Evelyn Laye and Male Chorus with Drury Lane Theatre Orchestra
Conducted by Herman Finck Binnie Halewith Al Starita's OrchestraBinnie Hale and Bobby Howes Elsie Randolph and Jack Buchanan with Novelty Orchestra Dennis Noble and Chorus
Marek Weber and his Orchestra Nellie Wallace Half-past nine Dick McDonough and his Orchestra
Dardanella Cicely Courtneidge and Jack Hulbert Why has a cow got four legs ? Scott Wood and his Six Swingers
Evergreens of Jazz, Part I The Chicago Symphony Orchestra HildegardeLove is a dancing thing The New Light Symphony Orchestra Turkey in the Straw
Carroll Gibbons and the Savoy Hotel Orpheans
George Gershwin Medley : introducing : Lady be good. I'll build a stairway to Paradise. The man I love. S'wonderful. I got rhythm. Rhapsody in Blue
Paul Rombey (saxophone) Maurice Chevalier with Jack Hylton's Orchestra
Maurice Chevalier Medley: introducing : Livin' in the sunlight. Louise. Paris, stay the same. Valentine. You brought a new kind of love to me. Nobody's using it now. Mon cocktail d'amour. Dites-moi, ma mere The Band of His Majesty's Grenadier Guards
Conducted by Major George Miller
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