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The Gamblers Concert Party

Synopsis

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Relayed from Llandaff Fields Pavilion.

The Gamblers introduce themselves

Bruce Dean
'Here's a health unto His Majesty'

Ensemble: A Cavalier

Phyllis Banister and Jackson Browne
A Sentimental Episode, 'You and I'

Some Military Humour
Scene: The Interior of an Orderly Room

The Ladies of 'The Gamblers' An Early Victorian Trio'

Bruce Dean (Baritone)

Jackson Browne in Chant and Chat

At the Piano, Jack Granville

Contributors

Baritone: Bruce Dean
Performer: Phyllis Banister
Performer: Jackson Browne
The Officer (Some Military Humour): Bruce Dean
The Private (Some Military Humour): Jackson Browne
Marguerita (An Excerpt, The Opera Faust): Georgina Fischer
Mephistopheles (An Excerpt, The Opera Faust): Bruce Dean
Faust (An Excerpt, The Opera Faust): Seth Hughes
Pianist: Jack Granville






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