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Students' Songs


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The BBC Men's Chorus
Conducted by Trevor Harvey
Arnold Matters (baritone)
At the pianoforte, John Wills

Here's a Health unto his Majesty (page 81)
Hullabaloo Balay (page 86)
Faithful Johnny (page 63)
John Peel (page 95)
Old King Cole (page 132)
Sally in our Alley (page 156)
The Sailor likes his Bottle, O (page 153)
Widdicombe Fair (page 191)
Caleno Custure Me (page 37)
The Drummer and the Cook (page 60)
Fire down below (page 67)

(The page numbers refer to the Daily Express Community Song Book)


Singers: BBC Men's Chorus
Conductor: Trevor Harvey
Baritone: Arnold Matters
Pianist: John Wills

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