THE WIRELESS CHORUS
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
Overture, ' Tho Rival Poets '
STUART ROBERTSON (Bass) and Chorus
The Yeomen of England (' Merrie England ') Mavis BENNETT (Soprano)
She had a letter from her Love (' Merrie England STUART ROBERTSON and Chorus
King Neptune (' Merrie England ')
Who shall say that Love is cruel ? (' Merrie
Part Song, ' My bonnio Lass she smileth '
Quartet, ' Four Jolly Sailormen ' (' A Princess of Kensington ')
Twin Butterflies (' A Princess of Kensington ')
STUART ROBERTSON and Chorus
Song of the Devonshire Men (' The Emerald
Three Dances (' Henry VIII ')
Mavis BENNETT and Chorus
Hey derry down (' Tom Jones ')
Here's a Paradox for Lovers (' Tom Jones ') Finale, Act I (' Tom Jones ')
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