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Louis Levy and The Augmented BBC Variety Orchestra in 'YOU SHALL HAVE MUSIC'

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with Eve Becke Brian Lawrance The Georgettes
Orchestral arrangements by Peter Yorke
Guest Artist, Harry Champion
There ought to be a prize for any listener who is able to keep pace with Harry Champion when, as Louis Levy's guest in this 'You Shall Have Music' programme, he sings two of his most famous songs - 'Any Old Iron' and 'Boiled Beef and Carrots'. It has been a breathless business for the forty odd years that this veteran has been singing them all over the country. And today, despite his seventy-three years, Harry Champion still contrives to put it over with a speed that makes him a sort of Eyston of Song. His broadcast follows the recent successful appearance in this fortnightly series of Vivian Ellis, the composer.

Contributors

Unknown: Becke Brian Lawrance
Arrangements By: Peter Yorke
Unknown: Louis Levy
Unknown: Vivian Ellis

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Louis Levy and The Augmented BBC Variety Orchestra in 'YOU SHALL HAVE MUSIC'

Regional Programme London, 28 October 1938 20.30






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