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Alfred Reynolds Programme

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GWENN KNIGHT (Soprano)
STUART ROBERTSON (Bass-Baritone)
THE B.B.C. ORCHESTRA
[(Section C)
(Led by MARIE WILSON )
Conducted by THE COMPOSER
ORCHESTRA
March, Leatherface
Overture, Much Ado about Nothing Entr'acte, The Critic
GWENN KNIGHT and Orchestra
Two Songs from Dryden's Marriage a la Mode
(words by Clifford Bax ) : The Song of Doralice
The Air sung during the ballet
ORCHESTRA
Humoresquo Mascarade
STUART ROBERTSON and Orchestra
You who have left me (Salonica, 1916) (Words by Reyner Barton )
Reivers Moon (Words by M. G. Richings )
ORCHESTRA
Overture, The Fountain of Youth
GWENN KNIGHT , STUART ROBERTSON and Orchestra
Song and Duet from The Fountain of Youth :
Now in her westering flight (GWENN KNIGHT) Thrustle-cock and blackbird (GWENN KNIGHT and STUART ROBERTSON )
ORCHESTRA
Introduction, Derby Day
GWENN KNIGHT , STUART ROBERTSON and Orchestra
Two Songs from Derby Day :
Maybe I'm common (STUART ROBERTSON ) I wish I didn't like you (GWENN KNIGHT)
ORCHESTRA
Prelude, Riverside Nights
GWENN KNIGHT , STUART ROBERTSON and Orchestra
Four Settings of A. P. Herbert's She-Shanties :
Laughing Ann (GWENN KNIGHT)
I go all girlish '
I like 'em fluffy (STUART ROBERTSON )
She loves me-she loves me not (GWENN
KNIGHT and STUART ROBERTSON )
Finale, Good night, ladies (GWENN KNIGHT and STUART ROBERTSON )

Contributors

Bass-Baritone: Stuart Robertson
Unknown: Marie Wilson
Unknown: Gwenn Knight
Unknown: Clifford Bax
Unknown: Humoresquo Mascarade
Unknown: Stuart Robertson
Unknown: Reyner Barton
Unknown: M. G. Richings
Unknown: Gwenn Knight
Unknown: Stuart Robertson
Unknown: Stuart Robertson
Unknown: Gwenn Knight
Unknown: Stuart Robertson
Unknown: Stuart Robertson
Unknown: Gwenn Knight
Unknown: Stuart Robertson
Unknown: Stuart Robertson
Unknown: Stuart Robertson
Unknown: Stuart Robertson

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