Tracklist

CD 1
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1Mrs Worthington
vocals:
Noël Coward (on 1935-08-15)
conductor:
Clifford Greenwood (on 1935-08-15)
recording of:
Mrs Worthington (on 1935-08-15)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
Words and Music
Noël Coward2:03
2Parisian Pierrot
vocals:
Gertrude Lawrence (on 1931-11-03)
conductor:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (on 1931-11-03)
recording of:
Parisian Pierrot (on 1931-11-03)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
London Calling!
Gertrude Lawrence3:32
3There's Life in the Old Girl Yet
vocals:
Maisie Gay (on 1924-03-25)
conductor:
Philip Braham (on 1924-03-25)
recording of:
There's Life in the Old Girl Yet (on 1924-03-25)
writer:
Noël Coward
part of:
London Calling!
Maisie Gay3:22
4Poor Little Rich Girl
vocals:
Alice Delysia (on 1925-06-24)
orchestra:
London Pavilion Orchestra (on 1925-06-24)
conductor:
J. B. Hastings (on 1925-06-24)
recording of:
Poor Little Rich Girl (on 1925-06-24)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
Alice Delysia2:46
5I'll See You Again
recorded in:
London, England, United Kingdom (on 1929-08-27)
vocals:
Georges Metaxa (on 1929-08-27) and Peggy Wood (on 1929-08-27)
orchestra:
His Majesty's Theatre Orchestra (on 1929-08-27)
recording of:
Bitter Sweet, Act I: I’ll See You Again (on 1929-08-27)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
Bitter Sweet (Noel Coward operetta)
Peggy Wood & George Metaxa4:06
6If Love Were All
vocals:
Ivy St. Helier (on 1929-08-27)
conductor:
Ray Noble (on 1929-08-27)
recording of:
Bitter Sweet: Act II. If Love Were All (on 1929-08-27)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
Bitter Sweet (Noel Coward operetta)
Ivy St. Helier3:38
7Zigeuner
recorded in:
London, England, United Kingdom (on 1929-08-27)
piano:
Lionel Salter (pianist) (on 1929-08-27)
vocals:
Peggy Wood (on 1929-08-27)
recording of:
Zigeuner (on 1929-08-27)
lyricist:
Noël Coward
composer:
Noël Coward (in 1929)
part of:
Bitter Sweet (Noel Coward operetta)
Peggy Wood2:59
8A Room With a View
vocals:
Noël Coward (on 1928-04-25)
conductor:
Carroll Gibbons (on 1928-04-25)
recording of:
A Room With a View (from "This Year of Grace") (on 1928-04-25)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
This Year of Grace
Noël Coward3:31
9Dance, Little Lady
vocals:
Noël Coward (on 1928-04-25)
conductor:
Carroll Gibbons (on 1928-04-25)
recording of:
Dance Little Lady (from "This Year of Grace") (on 1928-04-25)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
This Year of Grace
Noël Coward2:45
10I'll Follow My Secret Heart
recorded in:
London, England, United Kingdom (on 1934-02-26)
soprano vocals:
Yvonne Printemps (on 1934-02-26)
spoken vocals:
Noël Coward (on 1934-02-26) and Yvonne Printemps (on 1934-02-26)
orchestra:
His Majesty's Theatre Orchestra (on 1934-02-26)
conductor:
Reginald Burston (conductor) (on 1934-02-26)
medley including a recording of:
Conversation Piece: Act One. A cloud has passed across the sun (on 1934-02-26)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
Conversation Piece: Act One
medley including a recording of:
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: Go and dress (on 1934-02-26)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
Conversation Piece: Act One
medley including a partial recording of:
Conversation Piece: Act One. Dialogue: Good morning, Rose (on 1934-02-26)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
Conversation Piece: Act One
medley including a recording of:
Conversation Piece: Act One. I’ll Follow My Secret Heart (on 1934-02-26)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA)
part of:
Conversation Piece: Act One
medley including a recording of:
Conversation Piece: Act One. You ask me to have a discrete heart (on 1934-02-26)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
Conversation Piece: Act One
Yvonne Printemps & Noël Coward6:21
11Regency Rakes
recorded in:
London, England, United Kingdom (on 1934-02-26)
vocals:
Anthony Brian (on 1934-02-26), Sidney Grammer (on 1934-02-26), George Sanders (on 1934-02-26) and Pat Worsley (on 1934-02-26)
orchestra:
His Majesty's Theatre Orchestra (on 1934-02-26)
conductor:
Reginald Burston (conductor) (on 1934-02-26)
recording of:
Conversation Piece: Act One. Regency rakes (on 1934-02-26)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
Conversation Piece: Act One
Sidney Grammer, George Sanders, Pat Worsley & Anthony Brian2:42
12There's Always Something Fishy About the French
recorded in:
London, England, United Kingdom (on 1934-02-26)
vocals:
Moya Nugent (on 1934-02-26) and Heather Thatcher (on 1934-02-26)
orchestra:
His Majesty's Theatre Orchestra (on 1934-02-26)
conductor:
Reginald Burston (conductor) (on 1934-02-26)
partial recording of:
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction: We British are an island race / There's always something fishy about the French (on 1934-02-26)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
Conversation Piece: Act One
Heather Thatcher & Moya Nugent2:44
13Has Anybody Seen Our Ship?Gertrude Lawrence & Noël Coward4:38
14You Were There
vocals:
Noël Coward (on 1936-01-15) and Gertrude Lawrence (on 1936-01-15)
orchestra:
Phoenix Theatre Orchestra (on 1936-01-15)
conductor:
Clifford Greenwood (on 1936-01-15)
recording of:
You Were There (Shadow Play) (on 1936-01-15)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
Shadow Play
Gertrude Lawrence & Noël Coward4:39
15Someday I'll Find You
vocals:
Gertrude Lawrence (on 1932-03-11)
orchestra:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (on 1932-03-11)
recording of:
Someday I’ll Find You (on 1932-03-11)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
Gertrude Lawrence3:06
16Dearest Love
vocals:
Peggy Wood (on 1938-03-24)
orchestra:
His Majesty's Theatre Orchestra (on 1938-03-24)
conductor:
Benjamin Frankel (composer) (on 1938-03-24)
recording of:
Operette: Act I. Dearest Love (on 1938-03-24)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
Operette (Noël Coward musical)
Peggy Wood3:21
17The Stately Homes of England
recorded in:
London, England, United Kingdom (on 1938-03-25)
vocals:
Kenneth Carten (on 1938-03-25), Hugh French (on 1938-03-25), John Gatrell (on 1938-03-25) and Ross Landon (on 1938-03-25)
orchestra:
His Majesty's Theatre Orchestra (on 1938-03-25)
conductor:
Benjamin Frankel (composer) (on 1938-03-25)
recording of:
Operette: Act I. The Stately Homes of England (on 1938-03-25)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
Operette (Noël Coward musical)
Hugh French, Ross Landon, John Gatrell & Kenneth Carten6:30
18London Pride
vocals:
Noël Coward (on 1941-07-03)
conductor:
Carroll Gibbons (on 1941-07-03)
recording of:
London Pride (on 1941-07-03)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
Words and Music
Noël Coward3:20
19Any Little Fish
vocals:
Noël Coward (on 1931-01-02)
conductor:
Ray Noble (on 1931-01-02)
recording of:
Any Little Fish (on 1931-01-02)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
Cochran's 1931 Revue
Noël Coward2:23
20Mad About the Boy
piano:
Claude Ivy (pianist) (on 1932-10-11)
vocals:
Gertrude Lawrence (on 1932-10-11)
orchestra:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (on 1932-10-11)
recording of:
Mad About the Boy (on 1932-10-11)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
publisher:
Chappell & Co. and Chappell Music Ltd.
part of:
Words and Music
Gertrude Lawrence3:14
21Mad Dogs and Englishmen
vocals:
Noël Coward (on 1932-09-20)
conductor:
Ray Noble (on 1932-09-20)
recording of:
Mad Dogs and Englishmen (on 1932-09-20)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
Words and Music
Noël Coward2:52
22The Party's Over Now
vocals:
Noël Coward (on 1932-09-20)
conductor:
Ray Noble (on 1932-09-20)
recording of:
The Party's Over Now (on 1932-09-20)
lyricist and composer:
Noël Coward
part of:
Words and Music
Noël Coward3:36