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: GEMS FROM PLANQUETTE'S COMIC OPERAS

'LES CLOCHES DE CORNEVILLE'
THE ORCHESTRA, conducted by HAROLD MORRIS Overture
DORA VODREY (Contralto) and CECIL COOPER
(Baritone)
'Tis She ! A Happy Fate
FRANK EDGE (Tenor)
Barcarolle, ' On Billow Rocking ! That Night I'll Ne'er Forget
MOLLY HACKNEY (Soprano) The Cider Song
DORA VODREY and FRANK EDGE
'Twas But An Impulse
CECIL COOPER
Recit. and Air, ' Silent Heroes '
Valse Rondo , ' With Joy In My Heart *
DORA VODREY
By His Side
There's Magic Music
ORCHESTRA
Old Song and Dance
'NELL GWYNN'
MOLLY HACKNEY
Only An Orange Girl
.Rustic Rondo
FRANK EDGE
Serenade, ' Sweetheart. If Thou Be Nigh* Romance, ' The Trysting Tree '
DORA VODREY
Song of the Clock
CECIL COOPER
Once Upon a Time Illusions
DORA VODREY and FRANK EDGE
The Dappled Fawn
MOLLY HACKNEY
The Ball at Whitehall Green Sleeves First Love
MOLLY HACKNEY, DORA VODREY , FRANK EDGB and CECIL COOPER
O'er Their Young Heart

Contributors

Conducted By: Harold Morris
Conducted By: Cecil Cooper
Unknown: Dora Vodrey
Unknown: Cecil Cooper
Unknown: Valse Rondo
Unknown: Cecil Cooper
Unknown: Dora Vodrey
Unknown: Frank Edgb
Unknown: Cecil Cooper








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