Records made by the famous star of the musical-comedy stage
If it is a rousing song you want, with a beautiful voice to sing it, then Harry Welchman is your man. He has been on the stage since 1904, and has played in innumerable successes which have included The Desert Song, The Vagabond King, Maid of the Mountains, The Southern Maid, and The Student Prince.
A bit of rhythm with a few serious moments for those who like them
A programme of musical moods-mostly merry-presented by Sandy Macpherson at the BBC Theatre Organ with Patricia Rossborough and Esther Coleman
from the Empire Theatre,
Here he is again, the one and only George, complete with his ukulele and his inimitable knack of putting across a funny song as few artists can. He should be in form this evening, playing almost certainly to a packed house in Nottingham. If you miss him tonight, you will have another chance tomorrow, for he broadcasts again at 8.15.
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