Da Quel Di*, from the Opera of Martha. No 1 of Favourite Melodies arranged for the Pianoforte by J Rummel
Pub. Cramer, Beale & Chappell, 201 Regent Street & 67 Conduit Street, London (n.d.)
* this appears to be a misprint, as the music inside is the aria Ach! so fromm, Ach! so traut or M'appari.
Doll Medley ['The World Famous Doll Medley']
Pub. Keith Prowse & Co Ltd, London W1 (1937)
Songs included: Dainty Doll (Bernard Barnes), Lonesome Little Doll (Phil Boutelje), Rag Doll (Nacio Herb Brown), Little Dutch Doll (Blaauw & Revel), The Doll Dance (Nacio Herb Brown), The Wedding of the Painted Doll (Nacio Herb Brown)
A Dream Garden, lyric suite for piano, composed by Jean Morel (1916)
Pub. Reeder & Walsh, 17 Mortimer Street, London W1
Click to view pages:
Night, and the Stars page 1 page 2 page 3 page 4
A Love Story page 1 page 2 page 3
In a Bower of Roses page 1 page 2 page 3 page 4
Message of the Flowers page 1 page 2 page 3 page 4 page 5
Dream of Christmas, composed by Albert W Ketelby (1926)
Pub. Bosworth & Co, 8 Heddon Street, Regent Street, London W1
Synopsis: A child falls asleep and dreams of Christmas. The melodies of the carols become mixed up in the dream with dancing fairies, the waits, and the "Wolf" in the pantomime. The child is awakened by the joyous ringing of church-bells and the carol "Christians Awake", sung by the Carol Singers. The carols employed are "Good King Wenceslas", "While Shepherds Watched", Portion of "God rest ye merry, Gentlemen", "The First Nowell" and "Christians Awake."