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Contemporary British Programme: Frederick Nicholls


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Frederick Nicholls is a Birmingham man, bom in 1871, who now lives in Liverpool. One of his first successes, over thirty years ago, was with some settings of Love Songs of Tennyson. Besides over sixty songs, he has composed Orchestral Suites, Cantatas, Chamber Music, and Pianoforte pieces.

Jessie Cormack (Pianoforte)
Three Waltz-Intermezzos

Jessie Cormack
The Swan
The Sea Pools

Muriel Herbert
Two Ariel Songs-
Come unto these yellow sands; Full fathom five; A Song of Rose Lips

Jessie Cormack


Pianist: Jessie Cormack
Soprano: Muriel Herbert

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