Noël Coward

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Appearances

Date Title Attributes Artist Length
composer
1915 Forbidden Fruit (Noël Coward song, 1915)
1929 Zigeuner
A Bar on the Piccola Marina
A Dream of Youth (The Dream Is Over) (from "This Year of Grace")
A Room With a View (from "This Year of Grace")
Alice Is at It Again
Any Little Fish
Beatnik Love Affair (from "Sail Away")
Bitter Sweet (Noel Coward operetta)
Bitter Sweet (medley)
Bitter Sweet, Act I: I’ll See You Again
Bitter Sweet, Act I: If You Could Only Come With Me (Carl Linden)
Bitter Sweet, Act I: Tell Me What Is Love? (Sarah and Chorus)
Bitter Sweet, Act I: The Call of Life (The Marchioness of Shayne and Chorus)
Bitter Sweet, Act II: Dear Little Cafe (Sari and Carl)
Bitter Sweet, Act II: Kiss Me (Manon and Chorus)
Bitter Sweet, Act II: Ladies of the Town (Lotte, Freda, Hansi and Gussie)
Bitter Sweet, Act II: Tokay (Carl, Officers and Chorus)
Bitter Sweet, Act III: Finale
Bitter Sweet, Act III: We All Wear A Green Carnation (Bertram Sellick, Lord Henry Jade, Vernon Craft and Cedrick Ballantyne)
Bitter Sweet, Act III: Zigeuner
Bitter Sweet: Act II. If Love Were All
Bitter Sweet: Overture
Cavalcade
Cavalcade: Dialogue: Toast to England
Cavalcade: Lover of My Dreams (Mirabelle Waltz)
Cavalcade: Twentieth-Century Blues
Cochran's 1931 Revue
Come to Me (from "Sail Away")
Conversation Piece (Noël Coward Play)
Conversation Piece: Act One. A cloud has passed across the sun
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: Go and dress
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: Good morning, Rose
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: I am the Duchess of Beneden
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: It is a very nice day, is it not?
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: Mademoiselle will be with you in a moment
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: My dear Julia!
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: The Marquis of Sheere
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: The seventh!
Conversation Piece: Act One. I'll Follow My Secret Heart
Conversation Piece: Act One. Overture
Conversation Piece: Act One. Quartet: Charming! Charming! Charming!
Conversation Piece: Act One. Regency rakes
Conversation Piece: Act One. Soldiers!
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction, dialogue: Imagine a summer evening if you please
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction: Bows are exchanged
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction: Ladies and Gentlemen
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction: The mother and father of dear Lord Sheere
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction: The Regent and his retinue
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction: The scene is laid in Brighton by the sea
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction: Through the darkening trees comes a lady in green
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction: We British are an island race / There's always something fishy about the French
Conversation Piece: Act One. You ask me to have a discrete heart
Conversation Piece: Act Three. All comedies must come to an end
Conversation Piece: Act Three. And now for a rather charming scene
Conversation Piece: Act Three. Dear Friend (Nevermore)
Conversation Piece: Act Three. I hope I am not intruding
Conversation Piece: Act Three. My dear Paul, such sentimentality
Conversation Piece: Act Three. The following scene is the following day
Conversation Piece: Act Three. What will we speak of?
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Aria: C'est assez de mensonge
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Aria: Dear friends
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Dialogue: Do you think that is wise?
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Dialogue: Julia, Lord Sheere is our only definite proposal so far
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Dialogue: Thank you, my dear, for being so sweet to me
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Dialogue: There's a lady downstairs to see you
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Dialogue: Well - I hope you are satisfied
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Dialogue: What a charming house
Conversation Piece: Act Two. I'll follow my secret heart (reprise)
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Spoken Introduction: For the benefit of listeners
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Spoken Introduction: Once more the house, so modest, so discreet
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Spoken Introduction: Please try to envisage a social occasion
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Spoken Introduction: The melody that follows
Conversation Piece: Act Two. The tree is in the garden (English Lesson)
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Whimsical Fate
Dance Little Lady (from "This Year of Grace")
Don't Let's Be Beastly to the Germans
Don't make fun of the festival (from "The Lyric Revue")
Don't Turn Away From Love (from "Sail Away")
Family Album
Go Slow Johnny (from "Sail Away")
Half-Caste Woman
Has Anybody Seen Our Ship?
Hearts and Flowers
Here's a Toast!
Honeymoon Scene (Private Lives)
I Like America
I Went to a Marvellous Party
I’ll See You Again (adapted from Bitter Sweet)
Later Than Spring (from "Sail Away")
Let's Say Good-bye (from "Words and Music")
Let's Say Goodbye
London Calling!
London Pride
Lorelei (from "This Year of Grace")
Louisa
Love Scene (Private Lives)
Mad About the Boy (arr Paul Campbell)
Mad About the Boy
Mad Dogs and Englishmen
Mary Make-Believe (from "This Year of Grace")
Matelot
Men About Town (Red Peppers)
Mrs Worthington
Nina
Nina (from Argentina)
Operette: Act I. Countess Mitzi
Operette: Act I. Dearest Love
Operette: Act I. Gypsy Melody
Operette: Act I. The Stately Homes of England
Operette: Act I. Where Are the Songs We Sung?
Operette: Act Two. Operette
Parisian Pierrot
Poor Little Rich Girl
Red Peppers
Sail Away (Noël Coward song)
Sail Away (Noël Coward musical)
Shadow Play
Sigh No More
Someday I'll Find You
Something to Do With Spring
Something Very Strange (from "Sail Away")
The Customer's Always Right (from "Sail Away")
The Little Ones' ABC (from "Sail Away")
The Party's Over Now
The Passenger's Always Right (from "Sail Away")
Then Play, Orchestra, Play (Shadow Play)
There Are Bad Times Just Around the Corner (from "Cowardy Custard")
This Year of Grace
Three white feathers (from "Words and Music")
Time and Again
Tonight at 8:30
Try To Learn To Love (from "This Year of Grace")
Uncle Harry
Useful Phrases (from "Sail Away")
Wait a Bit, Joe
We Were Dancing
We Were Dancing (Noël Coward play)
What's Going to Happen to the Tots
When You Want Me (from "Sail Away")
Where Shall I Find Him? (from "Sail Away")
Why Do the Wrong People Travel? (from "Sail Away")
Why Must the Show Go On
Words and Music
World Weary (from "This Year of Grace")
You Were There (Shadow Play)
You're a Long, Long Way From America (from "Sail Away")
Younger Generation
librettist
Bitter Sweet (medley)
Conversation Piece (Noël Coward Play)
lyricist
1915 Forbidden Fruit (Noël Coward song, 1915)
A Bar on the Piccola Marina
A Dream of Youth (The Dream Is Over) (from "This Year of Grace")
A Room With a View (from "This Year of Grace")
Alice Is at It Again
Any Little Fish
Beatnik Love Affair (from "Sail Away")
Bitter Sweet (Noel Coward operetta)
Bitter Sweet (medley)
Bitter Sweet, Act I: I’ll See You Again
Bitter Sweet, Act I: If You Could Only Come With Me (Carl Linden)
Bitter Sweet, Act I: Tell Me What Is Love? (Sarah and Chorus)
Bitter Sweet, Act I: The Call of Life (The Marchioness of Shayne and Chorus)
Bitter Sweet, Act II: Dear Little Cafe (Sari and Carl)
Bitter Sweet, Act II: Kiss Me (Manon and Chorus)
Bitter Sweet, Act II: Ladies of the Town (Lotte, Freda, Hansi and Gussie)
Bitter Sweet, Act II: Tokay (Carl, Officers and Chorus)
Bitter Sweet, Act III: Finale
Bitter Sweet, Act III: We All Wear A Green Carnation (Bertram Sellick, Lord Henry Jade, Vernon Craft and Cedrick Ballantyne)
Bitter Sweet, Act III: Zigeuner
Bitter Sweet: Act II. If Love Were All
Bitter Sweet: Overture
Cavalcade
Cavalcade: Dialogue: Toast to England
Cavalcade: Lover of My Dreams (Mirabelle Waltz)
Cavalcade: Twentieth-Century Blues
Cochran's 1931 Revue
Come to Me (from "Sail Away")
Conversation Piece (Noël Coward Play)
Conversation Piece: Act One. A cloud has passed across the sun
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: Go and dress
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: Good morning, Rose
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: I am the Duchess of Beneden
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: It is a very nice day, is it not?
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: Mademoiselle will be with you in a moment
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: My dear Julia!
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: The Marquis of Sheere
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: The seventh!
Conversation Piece: Act One. I'll Follow My Secret Heart
Conversation Piece: Act One. Overture
Conversation Piece: Act One. Quartet: Charming! Charming! Charming!
Conversation Piece: Act One. Regency rakes
Conversation Piece: Act One. Soldiers!
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction, dialogue: Imagine a summer evening if you please
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction: Bows are exchanged
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction: Ladies and Gentlemen
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction: The mother and father of dear Lord Sheere
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction: The Regent and his retinue
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction: The scene is laid in Brighton by the sea
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction: Through the darkening trees comes a lady in green
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction: We British are an island race / There's always something fishy about the French
Conversation Piece: Act One. You ask me to have a discrete heart
Conversation Piece: Act Three. All comedies must come to an end
Conversation Piece: Act Three. And now for a rather charming scene
Conversation Piece: Act Three. Dear Friend (Nevermore)
Conversation Piece: Act Three. I hope I am not intruding
Conversation Piece: Act Three. My dear Paul, such sentimentality
Conversation Piece: Act Three. The following scene is the following day
Conversation Piece: Act Three. What will we speak of?
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Aria: C'est assez de mensonge
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Aria: Dear friends
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Dialogue: Do you think that is wise?
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Dialogue: Julia, Lord Sheere is our only definite proposal so far
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Dialogue: Thank you, my dear, for being so sweet to me
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Dialogue: There's a lady downstairs to see you
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Dialogue: Well - I hope you are satisfied
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Dialogue: What a charming house
Conversation Piece: Act Two. I'll follow my secret heart (reprise)
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Spoken Introduction: For the benefit of listeners
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Spoken Introduction: Once more the house, so modest, so discreet
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Spoken Introduction: Please try to envisage a social occasion
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Spoken Introduction: The melody that follows
Conversation Piece: Act Two. The tree is in the garden (English Lesson)
Conversation Piece: Act Two. Whimsical Fate
Dance Little Lady (from "This Year of Grace")
Don't Let's Be Beastly to the Germans
Don't make fun of the festival (from "The Lyric Revue")
Don't Turn Away From Love (from "Sail Away")
Family Album
Go Slow Johnny (from "Sail Away")
Half-Caste Woman
Has Anybody Seen Our Ship?
Hearts and Flowers
Here's a Toast!
Honeymoon Scene (Private Lives)
I Like America
I Went to a Marvellous Party
I’ll See You Again (adapted from Bitter Sweet)
Later Than Spring (from "Sail Away")
Let's Do It (Noël Coward version) additional
Let's Say Good-bye (from "Words and Music")
Let's Say Goodbye
London Calling!
London Pride
Lorelei (from "This Year of Grace")
Louisa
Love Scene (Private Lives)
Mad About the Boy
Mad Dogs and Englishmen
Mary Make-Believe (from "This Year of Grace")
Matelot
Men About Town (Red Peppers)
Mrs Worthington
Nina
Nina (from Argentina)
Operette: Act I. Countess Mitzi
Operette: Act I. Dearest Love
Operette: Act I. Gypsy Melody
Operette: Act I. The Stately Homes of England
Operette: Act I. Where Are the Songs We Sung?
Operette: Act Two. Operette
Parisian Pierrot
Poor Little Rich Girl
Red Peppers
Sail Away (Noël Coward song)
Sail Away (Noël Coward musical)
Shadow Play
Someday I'll Find You
Something to Do With Spring
Something Very Strange (from "Sail Away")
The Customer's Always Right (from "Sail Away")
The Little Ones' ABC (from "Sail Away")
The Party's Over Now
The Passenger's Always Right (from "Sail Away")
Then Play, Orchestra, Play (Shadow Play)
There Are Bad Times Just Around the Corner (from "Cowardy Custard")
This Year of Grace
Three white feathers (from "Words and Music")
Time and Again
Tonight at 8:30
Try To Learn To Love (from "This Year of Grace")
Uncle Harry
Useful Phrases (from "Sail Away")
Wait a Bit, Joe
We Were Dancing
We Were Dancing (Noël Coward play)
What's Going to Happen to the Tots
When You Want Me (from "Sail Away")
Where Shall I Find Him? (from "Sail Away")
Why Do the Wrong People Travel? (from "Sail Away")
Why Must the Show Go On
World Weary (from "This Year of Grace")
You Were There (Shadow Play)
You're a Long, Long Way From America (from "Sail Away")
Zigeuner
recording
1932-09-03 Mad Dogs and Englishmen Noël Coward 2:52
tribute
Twentieth-Century Blues: The Songs of Noël Coward Various Artists
vocal
1928-04-25 This Year of Grace, revue: A Room with a View Noël Coward 3:33
1928-04-25 This Year of Grace, revue: Dance, Little Lady Noël Coward 2:45
1928-04-25 This Year of Grace, revue: Mary Make-Believe Noël Coward 3:14
1928-04-25 This Year of Grace, revue: Try To Learn To Love Noël Coward 3:28
1928-05-15 This Year of Grace, revue: A Dream of Youth (The Dream Is Over) Noël Coward 3:26
1928-05-15 This Year of Grace, revue: Lorelei Noël Coward 3:07
1929-09-11 Words and Music: World Weary Noël Coward 3:03
1931-01-02 Cochran's 1931 Revue: Any Little Fish Noël Coward 2:24
1931-01-02 Cochran's 1931 Revue: Half caste woman Noël Coward 3:22
1932-09-19 Words and Music: Let's Say Good-bye Noël Coward 3:25
1932-09-19 Words and Music: Mad Dogs and Englishmen Noël Coward 2:56
1932-09-19 Words and Music: Something To Do With Spring Noël Coward 2:31
1932-09-19 Words and Music: The Party's Over Now Noël Coward 3:39
1934-02-26 Conversation Piece (1934), musical: Act One. Now then business Melanie / A cloud has passed across the sun / Go and dress / You ask me spoken vocals Noël Coward & Yvonne Printemps 6:18
1934-02-26 Conversation Piece (1934), musical: Act Two. Melanie, écoutez / Dear Friends spoken vocals Noël Coward, Yvonne Printemps & Ensemble 2:55
1934-02-26 Conversation Piece (1934), musical: Act Two. Thank you, my dear, for being so sweet to me / C'est assez de mensonge spoken vocals Noël Coward, Yvonne Printemps & Louis Hayward 3:25
1935-08-15 Words and Music: Mrs. Worthington Noël Coward 2:03
1936-02-13 London Calling, revue: Parisian Pierrot Noël Coward 3:48
1936 Shadow Play, Part 1: Tonight at 8.30 lead vocals Noël Coward and Gertrude Lawrence 2:14
1936 Shadow Play, Part 1: Tonight at 8.30 spoken vocals Noël Coward and Gertrude Lawrence 2:14
1938-03-24 On With the Dance: Poor Little Rich Girl (Noel Coward) Noël Coward 3:13
1938 Operette, musical: Act One. Gipsy Melody Noël Coward 3:23
1941-07-03 Words and Music: London Pride Noël Coward 3:20
1951-01-26 Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Spoken Introduction: Bows are exchanged spoken vocals Noël Coward 0:14
1951-01-26 Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Spoken Introduction: Ladies and Gentlemen spoken vocals Noël Coward 0:46
1951-01-26 Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Spoken Introduction: The mother and father of dear Lord Sheere spoken vocals Noël Coward 0:45
1951-01-26 Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Spoken Introduction: The Regent and his retinue spoken vocals Noël Coward 0:38
1951-01-26 Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Spoken Introduction: The scene is laid in Brighton by the sea spoken vocals Noël Coward 1:20
1951-01-26 Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Spoken Introduction: Through the darkening trees comes a lady in green spoken vocals Noël Coward 0:26
1951-01-26 Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Spoken Introduction: We British are an island race / There's always something fishy about the French spoken vocals Noël Coward 2:06
1951-01-26 Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Three. Spoken Introduction: And now for a rather charming scene spoken vocals Noël Coward 0:32
1951-01-26 Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Three. Spoken Introduction: The following scene is the following day spoken vocals Noël Coward 0:13
1951-01-26 Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Spoken Introduction: For the benefit of listeners spoken vocals Noël Coward 0:27
1951-01-26 Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Spoken Introduction: Once more the house, so modest, so discreet spoken vocals Noël Coward 0:29
1951-01-26 Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Spoken Introduction: Please try to envisage a social occasion spoken vocals Noël Coward 1:05
1951-01-26 Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Spoken Introduction: The melody that follows spoken vocals Noël Coward 1:10
1951-07-12 The Lyric Revue: Don't make fun of the festival Noël Coward 1:41
1954-06 Introduction by Noël Coward spoken vocals Noël Coward 2:39
1955-06 A Bar on the Piccola Marina (live, 1955-06: Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, USA) Noël Coward 4:48
1955-06 A Room With a View (live, 1955-06: Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, USA) Noël Coward 3:04
1955-06 Alice Is at It Again (live, 1955-06: Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, USA) Noël Coward 3:33
1955-06 Let's Do It Noël Coward 3:58
1955-06 Loch Lomond (live, 1955-06: Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, USA) Noël Coward 2:28
1955-06 Mad Dogs and Englishmen Noël Coward 2:43
1955-06 Matelot (live, 1955-06: Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, USA) Noël Coward 4:35
1955-06 Medley: A Room With a View (live, 1955-06: Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, USA) Noël Coward 0:32
1955-06 Medley: Dance, Little Lady (live, 1955-06: Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, USA) Noël Coward 0:30
1955-06 Medley: I'll Follow My Secret Heart (live, 1955-06: Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, USA) Noël Coward 0:45
1955-06 Medley: I'll See You Again (live, 1955-06: Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, USA) Noël Coward 0:51
1955-06 Medley: If Love Were All (live, 1955-06: Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, USA) Noël Coward 0:14
1955-06 Medley: Play, Orchestra Play (live, 1955-06: Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, USA) Noël Coward 1:00
1955-06 Medley: Poor Little Rich Girl (live, 1955-06: Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, USA) Noël Coward 0:46
1955-06 Medley: Someday I'll Find You (live, 1955-06: Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, USA) Noël Coward 0:25
1955-06 Nina / Begin the Beguine (live, 1955-06: Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, USA) Noël Coward 4:22
1955-06 Uncle Harry (live, 1955-06: Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, USA) Noël Coward 3:45
1955-06 World Weary (live, 1955-06: Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, USA) Noël Coward 3:11
1955 Nina / Begin the Beguine (live, 1955-06: Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, USA) Noël Coward 4:22
1956-10-18 – 1956-11-02 Half-Caste Woman Noël Coward 3:32
1956-10-18 – 1956-11-02 I Like America Noël Coward 3:08
1956-10-18 – 1956-11-02 I Went to a Marvellous Party Noël Coward 2:49
1956-10-18 – 1956-11-02 Louisa Noël Coward 3:39
1956-10-18 – 1956-11-02 Sail Away Noël Coward 2:25
1956-10-18 – 1956-11-02 The Party's Over Now Noël Coward 0:31
1956-10-18 – 1956-11-02 Time and Again Noël Coward 4:02
1956-10-18 – 1956-11-02 Twentieth Century Blues Noël Coward 3:34
1956-10-18 – 1956-11-02 Wait a Bit, Joe Noël Coward 2:48
1956-10-18 – 1956-11-02 What’s Going to Happen to the Tots Noël Coward 3:29
1956-10-18 – 1956-11-02 Why Must the Show Go On Noël Coward 3:58
Bitter Sweet: This is a Changing World additional Dame Joan Sutherland, National Philharmonic Orchestra, Richard Bonynge 6:09
Cavalcade, musical play: Dialogue: Toast to England spoken vocals Noël Coward 0:38
Cavalcade, musical play: Lover of my dreams Noël Coward 2:47
Cavalcade, musical play: Twentieth Century Blues Noël Coward 1:20
Conversation Piece (1934), musical: Act One. Now then business Melanie / A cloud has passed across the sun / Go and dress / You ask me Noël Coward & Yvonne Printemps 6:18
Conversation Piece (1934), musical: Act Three. What will we speak of? / Dear Friend Yvonne Printemps & Louis Hayward 3:13
Conversation Piece (1934), musical: Act Two. Melanie, écoutez / Dear Friends Noël Coward, Yvonne Printemps & Ensemble 2:55
Conversation Piece (1934), musical: Act Two. Thank you, my dear, for being so sweet to me / C'est assez de mensonge Noël Coward, Yvonne Printemps & Louis Hayward 3:25
Conversation Piece (1934), musical: Act Two. The tree is in the garden Yvonne Printemps 2:45
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. A cloud has passed across the sun Noël Coward & Lily Pons 0:55
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Dialogue: Go and dress Noël Coward & Lily Pons 0:28
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Dialogue: Good morning, Rose Noël Coward, Lily Pons & Ellen Faull 3:14
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Dialogue: The Marquis of Sheere Noël Coward, Ellen Faull & Richard Burton 3:23
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Dialogue: The seventh! Cathleen Nesbitt, Noël Coward & Lily Pons 1:42
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Regency rakes Noël Coward 3:00
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Spoken Introduction, dialogue: Imagine a summer evening if you please spoken vocals Noël Coward, Richard Burton, Rex Evans, Eileen Turner & [unknown] 1:47
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. You ask me to have a discrete heart Noël Coward & Lily Pons 1:45
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Three. All comedies must come to an end Noël Coward & Lily Pons 1:20
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Three. Dialogue: I hope I am not intruding Noël Coward, Lily Pons & Richard Burton 2:16
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Three. Dialogue: My dear Paul, such sentimentality Cathleen Nesbitt & Noël Coward 2:39
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Dialogue: Do you think that is wise? Noël Coward, Cathleen Nesbitt & Lily Pons 1:27
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Dialogue: Julia, Lord Sheere is our only definite proposal so far Noël Coward, Cathleen Nesbitt & Lily Pons 1:18
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Dialogue: Thank you, my dear, for being so sweet to me Lily Pons, Richard Burton & Noël Coward 0:22
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Dialogue: There's a lady downstairs to see you Ellen Faull, Lily Pons, Cathleen Nesbitt & Noël Coward 6:19
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Dialogue: Well - I hope you are satisfied Noël Coward & Lily Pons 1:39
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Dialogue: What a charming house Noël Coward, Cathleen Nesbitt, Lily Pons, Ethel Griffies, Richard Burton, Rex Evans, Eileen Turner & Dorothy Johnson 3:46
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Whimsical Fate Noël Coward 0:57
Conversation Piece: A Carriage Ride Noël Coward 1:28
Conversation Piece: Brighton: Melanie's House Noël Coward 3:38
Conversation Piece: Crossing the Chanel Noël Coward 1:31
Conversation Piece: English Lesson Noël Coward 2:46
Conversation Piece: I'll Follow My Secret Heart Noël Coward 6:16
Conversation Piece: I'll Follow My Secret Heart (Reprise) Noël Coward 1:02
Conversation Piece: Lady Julia's House Noël Coward 2:49
Conversation Piece: Le Petit Giradere Noël Coward 3:55
Conversation Piece: Le Petit Giradere: Nevermore Noël Coward 6:48
Conversation Piece: Reception Noël Coward 5:59
Conversation Piece: The Drawing Room Noël Coward 7:38
Mad About the Boy Noël Coward 3:15
Operette: Dearest Love additional Dame Joan Sutherland, National Philharmonic Orchestra, Richard Bonynge 4:19
writer
1946 Pacific 1860
Bright was the Day
Chase Me Charlie
Come the Wild, Wild Weather
Could You Please Oblige Us With a Bren Gun?
His Excellency Regrets
I Knew that You Would be My Love
I Saw No Shadow
I Wish I Wasn't Quite Such a Big Girl
Introduction (to the Marlene Dietrich concert in London, 1954)
Kiss Me
Never Again
There Will Always Be
There's Life in the Old Girl Yet
This Is a Changing World
What Love Means to Girls Like Me
Why Does Love Get in the Way?