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Has Anybody Seen Our Ship? - Noël Coward - Centenary Celebration (CD)

  1. Fetaxe

    It is a small undertaking, just Fiander and Hodge and a piano, and consists mostly of Coward's songs, although there are portions of his London Times obituary of Lawrence, and the tenth track, the cockney music hall romp "Has Anybody Seen Our Ship?," includes some of the dialogue for the Red Peppers playlet in which the song appeared, as part.
  2. Daimi

    Oh, Coward! was fashioned by Roderick Cook, and opened Off-Broadway in and covers the broad spectrum of Noël Coward's work. The first act is devoted to his 'English Music Hall' years and style, and consists mainly of his trademark rapid-fire patter songs, such as "Mad Dogs and Englishmen," "The Stately Homes of England," and "Has Anybody.
  3. Mikasar

    Noel Coward's songs: Listen to songs by Noel Coward on Myspace, Has Anybody Seen Our Ship. Noel Coward feat. Gertrude Lawrence. Someday I'll Find You. 2. Any Little Fish. Noel Coward. Centenary Celebration: 24 Finest Songs. 1. Something to Do with Spring. Noël Coward. Mad Dogs and Englishmen.
  4. Dahn

    Has Anybody Seen Our Ship? [From Tonight at ] Man About Town [From Tonight at ] Tracks of Disc 3; 1. Family Album - The Toast [From Tonight at ] 2. Family Album - Hearts and Flowers [From Tonight at ] 3. Parisian Pierrot; 4. We Were Dancing; 5. Dearest Love; 6. Where Are the Songs We Sung? 7. The Stately Homes of England; 8.
  5. Tegar

    1. Mrs. Worthington - Noel Coward2. Parisian Pierrot - Gertrude Lawrence3. There's Life In The Old Girl Yet - Maisie Gay4. Poor Little Rich Girl - Alice Delysia5. I'll See You Again - Peggy Wood.
  6. Feshicage

    Song information for Red Peppers, Scenes: Has Anybody Seen Our Ship?/Men About Town - Noël Coward, Gertrude Lawrence on AllMusic.
  7. JoJozragore

    Sir Noël Peirce Coward (16 December – 26 March ) was an English playwright, composer, director, actor and singer, known for his wit, flamboyance, and what Time magazine called "a sense of personal style, a combination of cheek and chic, pose and poise".. Coward attended a dance academy in London as a child, making his professional stage début at the age of eleven.
  8. Keshicage

    Disc Two includes the definitive versions of the classic ‘Mad Dogs and Englishmen’ and ‘Mrs Worthington’ plus the jolly ‘Has Anybody Seen our Ship’ and the jaunty ‘Something to do with Spring’, as well as a selection from, possibly, Coward’s best stage musical, Conversation psychenepridchobunearleomagiftcopost.coinfo, fortunately, the author-composer does not try to sing the soprano songs, he merely puts on.

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