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Marion Browne (soprano)
Andrew Clayton (tenor)
Sing me a Song
A Breath of Home
Love, I fly to you
She shall have music
The Wandering Player
Peter and Wendy in Kensington
The Bird's Philosophy Singing Along
I'll walk beside you For England
The composer at the pianoforte
Alan Murray was educated at Malvern and at Pembroke College, Cambridge, where he was a fellow-student of Jack Hulbert. They were very good friends and together wrote the annual musical show of the Footlights Dramatic Club. After leaving Cambridge, Murray went into the army and made music his hobby. He composed several well-known dance tunes with Ray Noble and also wrote a number of ballads. After he retired from the. army, he devoted most of his time to composition and widened the scope of his work with several orchestral works.


Soprano: Marion Browne
Tenor: Andrew Clayton
Tenor: Marion Browne
Unknown: Marion Browne
Unknown: Andrew Clayton
Pianoforte: Alan Murray
Unknown: Jack Hulbert.
Unknown: Ray Noble

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