A Cycle of Old English Melodies. Words
Written and Adapted-Music Arranged and Composed by H. LANE WILSON
DORIS HITCHENER (Soprano), WINIFRED OSBORNE
(Contralto), JOSEPH GREEN (Tenor), FREDERICK BRINDLEY (Baritone), GEORGE JEFFER-SON (Piano)
Come, All Ye Lads and Lasses ; Love's Greeting ;
Tell Me, Charming Creature ; Gentle Dawn ; The Country Dance ; Maidens, Beware Ye ! ; Sound Argument; The Pedlar (A Catch); The Commotion of Love
By ARTHUR J. HALL
Part I. Ding Dong Bell ; The Duke of York ; Little Miss
Muffet ; Sing a Song of Sixpence ; Ride a Cock Horse ; Queen of Hearts ; Hey Diddle, Diddle
Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary ; Hickory, Dickory
Dock ; Humpty Dumpty ; Little Bo-Peep ; Old Mother Hubbard ; Old King Cole
' a Yorkshire Lad, Visits the Studio
Two Sketches in the Yorkshire Dialect written and played by S. E. YELNAST
1. Yorky has an Audition Martha-A Yorkshire Lass
2. Yorky at Election Meetings
Stuttering Sheff-A Pal of Yorky's
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