ANNE ZIEGLER AND WEBSTER BOOTH

ANNE ZIEGLER AND WEBSTER BOOTH
ALL MATERIAL ON THIS SITE IS MY COPYRIGHT. DO NOT COPY IT FOR ANY PURPOSE WHATSOEVER WITHOUT OBTAINING MY PERMISSION! Webster Booth (tenor - 1902-1984) and Anne Ziegler (soprano - 1910-2003) were best known in Britain as duettists on the Variety circuit from 1940 to 1955. During that time they rose rapidly to fame and were frequently heard and seen on radio, records, television, film and stage. Besides this Variety Act, Webster Booth was one of the foremost tenors of his generation and continued to sing in numerous oratorios throughout his career on the Variety circuit. The Webster Booth-Anne Ziegler Yahoo group is for those who remember them from the days of their success in the UK and South Africa, and for others discovering them for the first time. In the group there is a discussion forum and access to rare recordings and photographs featuring them as duettists and soloists.

Saturday, September 22, 2007

WEBSTER BOOTH: RECORDINGS IN MY PERSONAL COLLECTION

WEBSTER BOOTH: RECORDINGS IN MY PERSONAL COLLECTION
The following is a list of recordings by Webster Booth in my own collection. I have also included records featuring Webster with other singers apart from Anne Ziegler. The duets with Anne will be included in a separate list.
I have filled in recording dates and record numbers where possible. I do not own all the 78s and might have a recording of one side only. Quite a few of these recordings were taped from Webster Booth’s own record collection Arias from opera and oratorio are listed under the name of the work.

BALLADS
Along the road of dreams, Granichstaedten, 2 February 1931
Always as I close my eyes, Coates, 1931 Bb21106, B3758
At dawning, Cadman, March 1935, OEA2630 B8413
Aye, aye, aye, Freire B9009
Beauty’s eyes, Tosti, Drawing Room 1962 SABC
Beauty’s eyes, Tosti
Because, d’Hardelot, Clifford Greenwood, May 1943 OEA9969, B8920
Bird sang in the rain, A Haydn Wood B8545
Bird songs at eventide, Coates, Fred Hartley, 5 January 1934, MR1220 CAR 2466
A Brown bird singing, Wood, 1929 B 3319
Come back my love, Rubinstein, arr. Grun B9271
Come into the garden, Maud, Balfe, Gerald Moore (piano), 9 May 1940 2EA8535-1 C3418
Danny Boy (trad), Herbert Dawson B9022
Drink to me only (trad arr Moore) Gerald Moore, 6 June 1941 OEA9323 B9193
England, Mother England, Edward Charles Booth (1905)
Evening Song, An Blumenthal C3962
Everywhere I go, Easthope Martin, Four Pastorales, Walter Goehr, 5 November 1946 OEA411412-2 B9585
For you alone, Geehl, Clifford Greenwood May 1939, B8920 OEA 8610
Friend o’mine Drawing Room 1962 SABC
Goodbye, Tosti, orch conducted by Warwick Braithwaite 1940 C3139
Greensleeves (trad) B9585
Heavenly night, Brown, Ray Noble, 2 February 1931 B3778
Homing, del Riego, Gerald Moore, 1942 B9264
I bless the day, di Jongh 1951, B10027
I hear you calling me, Marshall, Charles Prentice, March 1940 OEA8397 B9173
I love the moon, Rubens, 1929, Bb17949 B3319
I’ll walk beside you, Alan Murray, August 1939, OEA8028 B8968
Ideale, Tosti, Clifford Greenwood, October 1939 OEA8165 B9009
If you are there, Michael North, B9777
If you had you but known, Denza, SABC Drawing Room 1962
If you had you but known, Denza, C3116
I’ll walk beside you, Murray, Clifford Greenwood, August 1939 OEA8028 B8968
Indian Summer, Herbert, Ronnie Munro, April 1939 OEA8485 B9031
In old Madrid, Trotere, Fred Hartley, February 1934
Lavender Lass, Alan Murray, B9040
Let me dream in your arms again, Nicholls. B3283
Liebestraum, Liszt, Warwick Braithwaite, 1940, C3139
Love is my song, Alan Murray B9040
Macushla, Mac-Murrough, Clifford Greenwood, September 1939 OEA8029 B8968
May the good Lord bless and keep you,Willson
Message, The, Blumenthal C3962
Mifanwy, Forster, March 1935, OEA2629 B8413
Moonlight and you, De Crescenzo, 1931, Bb21105, B3758
Moon of Romance, Strachey, 1937, OEA3951, B8527
Morning, Speaks B9071
Mountains of Mourne, Collison, The, B9164
My dreams, Tosti Eric Robinson, 6 August 1947, OEA12220, B9617
My dreams, Tosti, SABC, Drawing Room, 1962
My love and I stand alone, B8442
Nirvana, Stephen Adams, B9617
No more, Yradier
O dry those tears, del Riego, B9562
O dry those tears, del Riego, Drawing Room, 1962
Pale Moon, Logan, George Scott-Wood, October 1934, OEA2476, B8393
Parted, Tosti, George Melachrino, 20 March 1946 OEA10928 B9472
Passing by, Purcell, Gerald Moore, 6 June 1941, OEA9322-1 B9193
Perfect Day, A, Jacobs-Bond, Bertram L Harrison (organ) 11 June 1947, OEA9005-2 B9534
Phil, the Fluter’s Ball, French, (Gerald Moore) December 1940, OEA 9071 B9123
Princess Elizabeth, Crean, Richard Crean, 1930, Bb19321, B3448
Roses of Picardy, Haydn Wood, Fred Hartley and his sextet, 5 January 1934, CAR2467 Regal-Zonophone MR1220
Rose of Tralee,The, Glover, Gerald Moore (Piano) December 1940 B9123 OEA 9073
Say that you are mine, Lockton-Kerrich OEA2701, B8435
Serenade in the night, Bixio, November 1936, OEA4068 B8948
Serenata, Toselli, Fred Hartley’s quintet, 1938, CAR2540, Regal-Zonophone MR1288
She is far from the land, Moore, Gerald Moore, C3171
Smilin’ through, Penn, Gerald Moore 1942, B9264
Snowy-breasted pearl, The (arr) Stanford Robinson, Gerald Moore, C3171
A song for you and me, Rizzi, 1937 OEA3952, B8527
Song of Songs, Moya, Gerald Moore, May 1941 OEA9320 B9205
Speak to me of love, Cesare Andrea Bixio Durium Dance Orchestra, December1932 Durium M-41172
Sweet melody of light B8442
There's a land, a dear land, Frances Allitsen
To Mary, White, Philip Green, June1942 B9244
‘Tis the day, Leoncavallo, B9777
Trees, Harbach, Gerald Moore, May 1941, B9205
Until, Sanderson B9562
Vienna, city of my dreams, Sieczynski, 21 February1936, OEA2700 B8421
When Big Ben Chimes, Kennedy Russell, B9201
World is mine tonight, The, Posford, 1934, OEA2477 B8393

LIEDER, ART SONG, SONG CYCLES
Ah, fill the cup/ Ah, Moon of my delight from In a Persian Garden, Lehmann, from B9069
Christopher Robin songs Fishing, Vespers, Sneezles, Buckingham Palace, , Fraser Simpson, with instrumental quintet, B9304
Devotion, Schumann, October 1946 B9497
Eleanore, Coleridge Taylor, Hubert Greenslade, 16 November 1945, OEA10750-3 B9451
Elegie, Massenet 1938, OEA6981 B8843
The, Four Indian Love Lyrics, Temple bells, Woodford-Finden, B9342
Four Indian Love Lyrics, Kashmiri Song, Woodforde-Finden, B9343
I love thee Grieg, October 1946 B9497
Morgen, Richard Strauss
On Wings of Song, Mendelssohn, Gerald Moore, 12 February 1943, OEA9969 B9315
Serenade, Schubert
Unmindful of the roses/Life and death, Taylor Coleridge, Herbert Greenslade, 16 November 1945, B9451

MEDLEYS AND MEDLEY SELECTIONS WITH OTHER SINGERS
Beneath her window, Serenade medley, C3051
Chappell Ballads, Jack Hylton: Love’s Garden of Roses, Maire, my girl C1846
Cochrane’s Coronation Review (1937), with Janet Lind, Magda Neeld, WB
Goodnight Vienna Selection, Posford, with Olive Groves, Decca recording, K644
Home and Beauty – Cochrane’s Coronation Revue 1937, with Janet Lind C2890
Irving Berlin Waltz Medley, New Mayfair Orchestra, Ray Noble, 22 December 1930
Ivor Novello Medley, Helen Hill, LWB, conducted by Harry Acres, C4080/C4081
Merrie England gems HMV Light Opera company, with WB and others, C2106
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs medley with Nora Savage, George Scott-Wood and chorus, Columbia DX832
Songs that sold a million, with Foster Richardson, Dorothy Clarke, December 1937, C2961, 7P295
Theatreland at Coronation Time (1937), with Garda Hall, Sam Costa C2903
This Year of Theatreland 1936 with Janet Lind, 1936, 2EA4081/2 C2867
Voice of Romance, The, with Fred Hartley’s quinet, presented by James Dyrenforth, radio broadcast (circa 1936)
West End Nights, Gay Deceivers: You are me, Serenade; Stop Press!: You and the Night and the Music; Easter Parade, with Muriel Barron, Marjorie Stedeford, chorus, conducted by Debroy Somers, Columbia DX691, circa June 1935

SONGS FROM MUSICAL, OPERETTA, FILMS

Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life, Naughty Marietta, Herbert B8435
Always, Puritan Lullaby, Leslie-Smith,May 1947, B9534
Bells of St Mary’s, The, The Bells of St Mary’s, Emmett-Adams, Jack Byfield February 1946, OEA10927
Break of Day, Waltz Time, May, Eric Robinson, June 1947, OEA 12678 B9963
Dance Away the Night. Married In Hollywood, Dave Stamper and Harlam Thompson, B3283.
Dolores, Floradora, Leslie Stuart, Music Hall broadcast
Drinking song The Rose of Persia, Sullivan, Mark Lubbbock, 11 July 1950, OEA14877-2 B9999
Heart’s Desire (1935)Vocal Gems from the film,
I leave my heart in an English garden, Dear Miss Phoebe Harry Parr-Davies, Mark Lubbock, 20 December 1950,OEA15269-2 B10027,
Kiss in the Dark, A, Herbert The Great Victor Herbert, January 1940 OEA8484 B9031
Land without music, Oscar Straus, B8520
Love, could I only tell thee The Geisha, Richard Capel, Gerald Moore, March 1940, B9173
Merrie England, German, Light Opera Company, C2106
English Rose, Merrie England,, German, Clifford Greenwood, 18 July 1939, OEA8027 B8947
Morning Glory Sweet Yesterday, Leslie-Smith, Adelphi Theatre Orchestra, Herbert Lodge, 1945, B9429
My heart and I, Old Chelsea, Tauber, B9963
Night was made for love, The, The Cat and the Fiddle, The Kern
Oh Maiden, My Maiden Frederica Léhar, November 1939, OEA8192 B9058
One alone, Romberg Desert Song, 1941, OEA9568 B9255
One day when we were young, The Great Waltz, Strauss II, April 1939, OEA7642 B8899 Queen of June, Ivan Caryll, The Earl and the Girl, Music Hall broadcast, 1940s
Romance (Patria) Feher, The Robber Symphony, Feher, January 1936, B8405
Serenade, Frasquita Lehar (with crack!)
Serenade, The Student Prince, Romberg, Walter Goehr, November 1939/23 May 1940, OEA8192 B9058
Serenata, Feher The Robber Symphony, Feher, January1936, B8405
Song of the Vagabonds Vagabond King, Friml, Debroy Somers, 20 December 1941, OEA9567 B9255
Star of my soul The Geisha Sydney Jones, Philip Green, June1942, OEA9565 B9244
Stay with me forever Giuditta Léhar, 1935, OEA2703 B8421
Sweethearts, Sweethearts, Herbert, Clifford Greenwood, 2 May, 1939, OEA7643 B8899
Take a pair of sparkling eyes Gondoliers G&S, Halle Orchestra, Leslie Heward, 23 September 1941, C3261
Tell me tonight, Tell me tonight, Mischa Spoliansky, Durium Dance Orchestra, December1932 Durium M-41172
Two eyes of blue, broadcast
Wand’ring Minstrel Mikado G&S Halle Orchestra, Leslie Heward, 23 September 1941, C3261
Way you look tonight, The, Swing Time Kern, November 1936, OEA4069 B8498
Wayside rose, Frederica Lehar , B9701
Where haven lies, A princess in Kensington German, Mark Lubbbock, 11 July 1950, OEA14877-1 B9999
Wine song, TheThe Laughing Lady, May,April 1947, B9518
You are my heart’s delight, The Land of Smiles, Lehar (broadcast)

OPERA SOLOS AND ENSEMBLES
Aida What if ‘tis I am chosen..Heavenly Aida, Verdi, Liverpool PO, Sir Malcolm Sargent, 21 October 1943, C3379
The Barber of Seville, ‘Tis the spring of all invention, Rossini, with Dennis Noble, Basil Cameron, Liverpool PO, 21 December 1943 C3398
La Bohème,Your tiny hand is frozen, Puccini, Liverpool PO, Warwick Braithwaite, 12 September 1938 C3030
La Bohème, Lovely maid in the moonlight Puccini, with Joan Cross (Collingwood), Sadlers Wells, Abbey Road, London, 3 November 1938, C3053
La Bohème Puccini, In a coupé, with Dennis Noble, Halle Orchestra, Warwick Braithwaite, 29 August 1942, C3369
Carmen Selection, Bizet, with Nancy Evans, Dennis Noble, Noel Eadie, Sadler's Wells orchestra, conducted by Warwick Braithwaite, C3086
Carmen, Flower Song, Bizet, Liverpool PO, Warwick Braithwaite, 12 September 1938, 2EA1173 C3030
Don Giovanni, Mine be her burden Mozart Liverpool PO, Sir Malcolm Sargent, 21 October, 1943, C3372
Don Giovanni, Speak for me to my lady, Mozart, Liverpool PO, Sir Malcolm Sargent, 21 October, 1943, C3372
Esmerelda, O Vision entrancing, Goring Thomas, Liverpool PO, Sir Malcolm Sargent, Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, 4 July 1944, C3407
Faust, Gounod, All hail thy dwelling pure and holy, Hallé (Braithwaite) 29 August 1942 2ER632 C3309
Faust Then leave her, Gounod, with Norman Walker, Joan Cross, Braithwaite Sadlers Wells opera chorus and London PO, Kingsway Hall, 3 March 1939, 2EA 7540 C3086,
Immortal Hour, The, Faery Song, Boughton John T Cockerill (harp) 18 July 1939,
OEA7849-1 B8947
Immortal Hour, The, Faery Song, Boughton, with spoken dialogue, New Zealand, 1948
Madam Butterfly, Puccini, Ah, love me a little, Duet, with Joan Hammond, Liverpool PO, conducted by Dr Malcolm Sargent 1943 2ER722/3 C3378
Magic Flute, Oh loveliness beyond compare, Mozart Liverpool PO, Sargent, c3402, 21 October, 1943
The Mastersingers, Prize Song, Wagner, Halle Orchestra, Warwick Braithwaite, 29 August 1942 C3309
I Pagliacci, On with the motley, Leoncavallo, Liverpool PO, Basil Cameron, 21 December 1943, C3379
Rigoletto, This one or that one, Verdi, B8803
Rigoletto Woman is fickle Verdi (Braithwaite) B8829
Rigoletto, Fairest Daughter of the Graces Verdi, Quartet with Noel Eadie, Edith Coates, Arnold Matters, London PO, Warwick Braithwaite, Abbey Road, London, 3 March 1939, 2EA7540 C3086
Sadko, Hindu Song, Rimsky Korsakov, 1938, OEA6982 B8843
Il Seraglio, Mozart, Constanze, Constanze, Liverpool PO, Basic Cameron, 20 December 1943, C3402
Il Trovatore, Miserere, Verdi, with Joan Cross, Collingwood, Sadlers Wells, Abbey Road, London, 3 November 1938, C3053
Semele, Where e’re you walk Halle orchestra, conducted by Warwick Braithwaite 28 August 1942 C3305
Serse, Ombra mai fu/O friendly tree (Largo) Handel, LPO, Wyn Reeves, 28 October 1939, C3130, 7P317
Tosca Strange harmony of contrasts Puccini LPO (Braithwaite) September 1938 OEA1175 B8803
Tosca ,When the stars were brightly shining, Puccini, September 1938, OEA1174 B8803

ORATORIO
Acis and Galatea, Handel, Love in her eyes sits playing, Warwick Braithwate, 8 March 1948, C3796
Acis and Galatea, Love sounds the alarm, Handel Warwick Braithwate, 8 March 1948, C3796
Creation, Haydn And God created man/In Native Worth, Stanford Robinson, Kingsway Hall, 7 February 1947 C3571
Creation, Haydn complete (P’maritzburg City Hall 1964), WB, Monica Hunter, Joyce Scotcher, Michaelhouse & St Anne’s choral societies, conducted by Ronald Charles
Elijah Ye people, rend your hearts/If with all your hearts Mendelssohn Elijah, Mendelssohn, Liverpool PO, Warwick Braithwaite, 28 February, 1939, C3095
Elijah Then shall the righteous shine forth, Mendelssohn, , LPO, Warwick Braithwaite, 28 February 1939, Kingsway Hall, C3095
Elijah, It is enough, Mendelssohn (Knysna 1968 at concert)
Elijah Excerpts 1968, with Webster singing baritone part. Knysna
Elijah complete (P’maritzburg City Hall 1963), WB, Monica Hunter, Joyce Scotcher, Michaelhouse & St Anne’s choral societies, conducted by Barry Smith
Hiawatha’s wedding feast, On, away, awake beloved, Coleridge-Taylor, , Liverpool PO, Sir Malcolm Sargent, 4 July 1944, C3407
Jephtha Deeper, and deeper still/ Waft her angels through the skies, Handel, Liverpool PO, Malcolm Sargent, 4 July 1944 C3414
Judas Maccabeus, Sound an alarm, Handel, December 1949 C3939
Messiah Comfort ye/Ev’ry Valley Handel, LPO, Warwick Braithwaite, 28 February 1939, C3087
Messiah He was cut off out of the land/But thou dids’t not leave his soul in hell, Handel, City of Birmingham Orchestra, George Weldon, 22 May 1945 HMVc3430
Messiah Thy rebuke hath broken his heart, Handel, City of Birmingham Orchestra, George Weldon, 22 May 1945 HMVc3430
Messiah Thy rebuke hath broken his heart/Behold and See, piano accompaniment (Knysna 1968)
Samson, O loss of sight/Total Eclipse, Handel, Stanford Robinson, 7 February 1947, C3571 Samson ,Why does the God of Israel sleep Handel, December 1949 C3939
St Paul, Be thou faithful unto death Mendelssohn, Halle orchestra, conducted by Warwick Braithwaite, C3305

SACRED
Abide with me, Samuel Liddle, Herbert Dawson B9514
*Abide with me (trad) Tommy Handley funeral, January, 1949 Pathe news
Agnus Dei Bizet, chorus, organ (Herbert Dawson), London PO, conducted by Wynn Reeves, November 1939 B8990
At the end of the day, Donald O’Keefe, Eric Robinson, OEA15602-3 B10092
Ave Maria Bach Gounod, LPO and chorus, Herbert Dawson (organ) conducted by Wynn Reeves, November 1939, B8990 OEA8170
Bless this house, Brahe, Herbert Dawson B9022
*God be in my head, Walford Davies, The Tommy Handley Memorial Choir, January 1949
Holy City, Adams, conducted by Edgar Cree, Jo'burg City Hall 1966
Holy City Adams C3196
How lovely are thy dwellings, Samuel Liddle, Herbert Dawson B9514
Little road to Bethlehem, Head, Herbert Dawson (organ) and orchestra, B9598
*Long day closes, The, Sullivan, The Tommy Handley Memorial Choir, January 1949
Lord's Prayer Malotte, B9201
Lost chord, Sullivan Herbert Dawson (organ), Kingsway Hall, December 1939, C3130, 7P317
Nazareth, Gounod
Star of Bethlehem, Adams, C3196
*Webster Booth sang in a choir of fellow Savage Club members, all foremost concert singers of the day, at the funeral of Tommy Handley in early January 1949 and the memorial service at St Paul’s Cathedral at the end of that month.Tommy Handley’s ITMA (It’s That Man Again) was very popular during the war.


DUETS with various singers

Battle Eve, The, Theo Bonheur, WB with Graham Burns, SABC Drawing Room 1962
Excelsior, Balfe, WB with Dennis Noble and chorus, C3124
It is the merry month of May, Merrie England, Ena van der Vyver, Knysna concert, late 1960s.
Watchman, what of the night? Sarjeant, WB with Dennis Noble and chorus, C3124
Watchman, what of the night? Sarjeant, WB with Graham Burns, SABC Drawing Room 1962

"WITH VOCAL REFRAIN" – NO ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF SINGER'S NAMES ON RECORD LABEL
Chappell Ballads, Jack Hylton:WB: Love’s Garden of Roses, Maire, my girl C1846
Giannina Mia, The Firefly, Friml, Carlo Santana accordian orchestra Brunswick SA1573A
Merrie England selection, German, Light Opera Company, C2106
One day when we were young, The Great Waltz, Strauss, Carlos Santana accordian orchestra Brunswick DR3441/SA1588-A
Sweethearts, Sweethearts, Herbert, Carlos Santana accordion orchestra Brunswick DR3207/SA1573A
Sympathy, Firefly, Herbert, Carlos Santana accordion orchestra, Brunswick DR2471/SA1413A
Tales from the Vienna woods, The Great Waltz, Strauss, Carlos Santana accordion orchestra, Brunswick DR3440/SA1588-B
Wooden shoes, Sweethearts, Herbert, Carlos Santana accordion orchestra, Brunswick DR3208/SA1573B

LONG PLAYING RECORDS
The Creation, Haydn
Monica Hunter, Webster Booth, Walter Heinen St Anne’s College (chorus mistress: Mildred Augustyn), Michaelhouse, Pietermaritzburg Philharmonic orchestra (augmented), conducted by Ronald Charles, sleeve notes: Ronald Charles, City Hall, Pietermaritzburg, 19 September 1964, Recording engineers: Ah Hofmeyr, L E De Klerk, Recordings Unlimited, P’maritzburg.

Elijah, Mendelssohn
Monica Hunter, Joyce Scotcher, Webster Booth, Wilfred Hutchings, Choral societies of St Anne’s (chorus mistress Mildred Augustyn) & Michaelhouse, John Harper (organ), conducted by Barry Smith, sleeve notes: John Morehen, Pietermaritzburg City Hall, 21 September 1963, Gallotone GALP101

The Golden Age of Ballads and Parlour Songs,
Miscellaneous singers, including Webster Booth, Parted, Tosti, George Melachrino OEA10928-1 B9472 20 March 1946, Sleeve notes: Lyndon Jenkins, EMI1987 GX2554

The Golden Age of Webster Booth,
Roses of Picardy, Vienna, city of my dreams, Drink to me only, Sweethearts, On Wings of Song, Nirvana, The Faery Song (The Immortal Hour), A Perfect Day, Serenade (The Student Prince), Passing by, Everywhere I go, Come into the garden, Maud, Song of the Vagabonds, Eleanore, I leave my heart in an English garden, At the end of the day, Sleeve notes: Hugh Palmer, 78s transferred by Peter Brown, EMI GX2547

Famous British Tenors
Miscellaneous singers, including Webster Booth, O Vision Entrancing (Esmeralda), Goring Thomas, Royal Liverpool PO, Malcolm Sargent, July 1944 Sleeve notes: Grenvile Eves, 1970 EMI HQM 1228

Patience/The Gondoliers,
Gilbert and Sullivan, Gondoliers (Abridged version) Recorded under the direction of Rupert D’Oyly Carte, Dr Malcolm Sargent. (b) From the sunny Spanish shore;G Baker, E Ackland, A Moxon, W Booth, In enterprise of martial kind-G Baker, A Moxon, N Walker, W Booth, b I stole the prince-S Granville, A Moxon, N. Walker, W Booth, G Baker B3867, Sleeve notes: John Freestone, Transferred from 78s by Keith Hardwick, EMI SHB7 4

Irving Berlin Centenary Celebration, The Great British Dance Bands
including Webster Booth, Irving Berlin Waltz medley, Ray Noble, New Mayfair orchestra, 22 December 1930 EMI 1988 SH512

Webster Booth
I bless the day, The Faery Song, Snowy breasted pearl, Temple Bells, O vision entrancing, A bird sang in the rain, Take a pair of sparkling eyes, Star of my soul, When Big Ben chimes, Onaway! Awake beloved, Greensleeves, Come into the garden, Maud, If you are there, Love is my song, Where haven lies, Always From collection of Scott Sheldon, 1972, Canada, Rococo 5272

Webster Booth: Arias by Handel, Mozart, Verdi, Puccini and popular songs
Grove so beautiful & stately/Shadows so sweet (Serse), Deeper and deeper still/Waft her, angels, through the skies (Jephtha), Where’er you walk (Semele), Mine be her burden, Speak for me to my lady (Don Giovanni), Ye people rend your hearts, If with all your hearts,(Elijah), What if ‘tis I am chosen/Heavenly Aida (Aida), All hail thou dwelling pure and lowly (Faust), Flower song (Carmen), Your tiny hand is frozen (La Boheme), The Faery song (The Immortal Hour), Take a pair of sparkling eyes (Gondoliers), English Rose (Merrie England), Onaway! Awake, beloved (Hiawatha’s wedding feast), Sleeve notes: John Freestone, compiled from EMI archives by Bryan Crimp,1977, EMI HLM7109 OC O51-06 367M


Jeannie C October 2007