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Coward
Coward, N.
Coward, Noël,
Coward, Noel Peirce
Coward, Noël Pierce
Coward, Noel Pierce (Sir)
Coward, Noël (Sir)
Coward, Nol
l Coward
No&#235
Noël Coward
Sir Noel Coward
كاورد، نويل،
كوارد، نويل،
نويل كاورد،
Dates: 
1899-1973
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Musical sound recording
Nonmusical sound recording
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composer
librettist
lyricist
originator
performer
vocalist
Related identities: 
Whittlebot, Hernia (Pseudonym; other identity, same person)
Related names: 
Coward, Noel (1899-1973; see also from)
Day, Barry
Howard, Trevor (1907-1988)
Johnson, Celia
Lawrence, Gertrude
Lean, David
Morley, Sheridan
Naxos Digital Services
Naylor, D.
Neame, Ronald (1911-2010)
Payn, Graham
Pringle, Peter
Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress)
Scarpi, N. O. (1888-1980)
Voor zang en piano met gitaarakkoorden
Whittlebot, Hernia (1899-1973; see also from)
Williams, Bransby
شيرازي، زينب عبد المحسن أحمد
Titles: 
20th Century Blues
After the Ball: All My Life Ago
After the Ball: Aria
After the Ball: Clear Bright Morning
After the Ball: Crème de la crème
After the Ball: Faraway Land
After the Ball: I Knew That You Would Be My Love
After the Ball: Light Is the Heart
After the Ball: May I Have the Pleasure
After the Ball: Mr. Hopper's Chanty
After the Ball: Oh, What a Century It's Been
After the Ball (original London cast)
After the Ball: Quartette
After the Ball: Reprise: London at Night
After the Ball: Something on a Tray
After the Ball: Sweet Day
After the Ball: Why Is It the Woman Who Pays
Alice Is at It Again
Am No Good at Love, I
Any Little Fish
At Las Vegas
Bar on the Piccola Marina, A
Beatnik Love Affair
Best of Noël Coward, The
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. If Love Were All
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 ; an operette in three acts
Bitter Sweet: Bonne Nuit, Merci; Kiss Me
Bitter Sweet: Green Carnations
Bitter Sweet: If You Could Only Come With Me; I'll See You Again
Bitter Sweet (medley)
Bitter Sweet: Overture
Bitter Sweet: Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom
Bittersweet Medley One: I'll See You Again / Kiss Me / Zigeuner
Bittersweet Medley Two: If Love Were All / Dear Little Café
Blithe spirit : an improbable farce in three acts
Bon Voyage and Other Stories
Breve encuentro Brief encounter
Brève rencontre
Brief encounter
Bright was the Day
Bronxville Darby and Joan
Cavalcade: Epilogue
Cavalcade: Lover of My Dreams (Mirabelle Waltz)
Cavalcade, musical play: Dialogue: Toast to England
Cavalcade, musical play: Lover of my dreams
Cavalcade, musical play: Twentieth Century Blues
Cavalcade: Prologue
Cavalcade: Vocal Selection Part 1
Cavalcade: Vocal Selection Part 2
Centenary Celebration
Chase Me Charlie
Closing - Any Bonds Today
Closing Theme - I'll See You Again
Cochran's 1931 Revue: Any Little Fish
Cochran's 1931 Revue: Half caste woman
Coconut Girl": Welcome to Pootzie Van Doyle / The Coconut Girl / Paddy MacNeil (and His Automobile) / Swing Song / Six Lilies of the Valley / The Walla Walla Boola, "The
collected short stories of Noel Coward, The
Collected verse
Come Be My True Love
Come the Wild, Wild Weather
Come to Me
compact Coward, The
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Regency rakes
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Spoken Introduction: Bows are exchanged
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Spoken Introduction: Ladies and Gentlemen
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Spoken Introduction: The mother and father of dear Lord Sheere
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Spoken Introduction: The Regent and his retinue
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Spoken Introduction: The scene is laid in Brighton by the sea
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Spoken Introduction: Through the darkening trees comes a lady in green
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Spoken Introduction: We British are an island race / There's always something fishy about the French
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Three. Spoken Introduction: And now for a rather charming scene
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Three. Spoken Introduction: The following scene is the following day
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Spoken Introduction: For the benefit of listeners
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Spoken Introduction: Once more the house, so modest, so discreet
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Spoken Introduction: Please try to envisage a social occasion
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Spoken Introduction: The melody that follows
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Whimsical Fate
Conversation Piece: A Carriage Ride
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. Soldiers!
Conversation Piece: Act One. Spoken Introduction, dialogue: Imagine a summer evening if you please
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. 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. 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. The tree is in the garden (English Lesson)
Conversation Piece: An Aria at the Reception
Conversation Piece and Other Musical Plays
Conversation Piece: Brighton: Melanie's House
Conversation Piece: Crossing the Chanel
Conversation Piece: Dear Little Soldiers
Conversation Piece: Lady Julia's House
Conversation Piece: Le Petit Giradere: Nevermore
Conversation Piece: Melanie's Aria
Conversation Piece: Overture: Medley from "Conversation Piece"
Conversation Piece: The Drawing Room
Conversation Piece: The Same, Later
Could You Please Oblige Us With a Bren Gun?
Curt, Clear and Concise
Customer's Always Right, The
Dance Little Lady
Dear Madame Salvador / My Horse Has Cast a Shoe
Dearest Love (Operette)
Deep in the Heart of Texas
Design for living
Don’t Let’s Be Beastly to the Germans
Don't Lets Be Beastly to the Germans
Don't Make Fun of the Fair
Don't make fun of the festival
Don't Put Your Daughter on the Stage Mrs. Worthington
Don't Turn Away From Love
Dream Is Over, The
Dream of Youth (The Dream Is Over), A
Easy virtue, a play in three acts
Easy virtue (Stephan Elliott)
Fallen angels; a comedy in three acts.
Family Album
Family Dirge
Fare Thee Well
Finder, Please Return
Footman's Sextet
Forbidden Fruit
Fourth War Loan Drive
Fumfumbolo
Future indefinite
Girl Who Came to Supper, The
Go Slow Johnny
Gypsy Melody
Half-Caste Woman
Has Anybody Seen Our Ship?
Has Anyone Seen Our Ship?
Hay fever
Hearts and Flowers
Here and Now
Here’s a Toast!
His Excellency Regrets
Home
Honeymoon Scene... Some Day I'll Find You
How Do You Do, Middle Age?
I'll Remember Her
I'll See You Again - Act 1 Love Scene
I'll See You Again - Act 2 Love Scene (including Someday I'll Find You)
I'll See You Again / Dance Little Lady / Poor Little Rich Girl / Room With a View / Someday I'll Find You / I'll Follow My Secret Heart / If Love Were All / Play Orchestra Play
I'll See You Again, From "Bitter Sweet"
I'll See You Again / Someday I'll Find You / Let's Say Goodbye / I'll Follow My Secret Heart / I'll See You Again
I'll See You Again / The Party's Over Now
I'm a Lonely Man
I'm Mad About You
I'm Old Fashioned
I've Been Invited to a Party
I've Been to a Marvellous Party
If Love Were All
If Only Mrs. Applejohn Were Here
Imagine the Duchess's Feelings!
In a Boat on a Lake With My Darling
In which we serve
Intro: Mad Dogs and Englismen
Introduction by Noël Coward
Introduction (to the Marlene Dietrich concert in London, 1954)
It's Only You
Italian job, The
Josephine
Just Let Me Look at You
Just People
Kiss Me
Knew that You Would be My Love, I
last time I saw Paris, The
Later Than Spring
Legends of the 20th Century
Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love)
Let's Say Good-bye
Let’s Say Goodbye
letters of Noël Coward, The
Lie in the Dark and Listen
Like America, I
Little Ones' ABC, The
Loch Lomond
London Calling, revue: Parisian Pierrot
London: London Is a Little Bit of All Right / What Ho, Mrs. Brisket / Saturday Night at the Rose and Crown / What's the Matter With a Nice Beef Stew? / Don't Take Our Charlie for the Army
London Pride
Long Live the King--If He Can
Lorelei
Louisa
Love in Bloom
Love Scene
Lover of My Dreams (Mirabelle Waltz)
Lyric Revue: Don't make fun of the festival, The
lyrics of Noel Coward, The
Mad About Noël Coward
Mad About the Boy
Mad Dogs and Englishmen
Man About Town
Marvelous Party, A
Mary Make‐Believe
master, The
Masters' Voice: Noel Coward, His HMV Recordings 1928 to 1953, The
Matelot
Medley: Dance, Little Lady
Medley: I'll Follow My Secret Heart
Medley: If Love Were All
Medley: Parisian Pierrot / Poor Little Rich Girl / A Room With a View / Dance
Medley: Play, Orchestra Play
Medley: Someday I'll Find You
Medley: Tokay; World-Weary; Caballero; Green Carnation; I'll See You Again; Poor Little Rich Girl; Zigeuner; Dear Little Café; Call of Life; Ladies of the Town
Melanie's Aria - Part 1
Melanie's Aria - Part 2
Men About Town
Middle East diary
morgon kommer säkert krisen, I
Most of Ev'ry Day
Most of Ev'ry Evening
Mrs. Worthington
Musicals.
Never Again
Never Knew, I
New York Medley: Let's Say Goodbye / Teach Me To Dance Like Grandma / We Were Dancing / Sigh No More / Zigeuner / You Were There / Nevermore / I'll See You Again / Mad Dogs and Englishmen
Nina (from Argentina)
Nina (Includes "Begin the Beguine")
Noel and Gertie (1986 original London cast)
Noel and Gertie: Curtain Music
Noel and Gertie: Overture
Noel Coward Album, The
Noël Coward diaries, The
Noël Coward in New York
Noel Coward: Mad Dogs and Englishmen
Noël Coward Medley: I'll See You Again / Dance, Little Lady / Poor Little Rich Girl / A Room With a View / Someday I'll Find You / I'll Follow My Secret Heart / If Love Were All / Play, Orchestra, Play
Noël Coward Medley - Part 1: I'll See You Again; Dance Little Lady; Poor Little Rich Girl; A Room With a View; Parisian Pierrot
Noël Coward Medley - Part 2: Any Little Fish; You Were There; Someday I'll Find You; Let's Say Goodbye; I'll Follow My Secret Heart; If Love Were All; Play, Orchestra, Play
Noël Coward's suite in three keys
Noel Coward Sings Noel Coward
Noel Coward Sings Sail Away and Other Coward Rarities
Noel Coward Sings the Girl Who Came to Supper
Noel Coward song book, The
Not yet the dodo and other verses
Now I'm a Widow
Obra selecta.
On Such a Night as This
On the Air: Broadcasts 1944-48
On With the Dance: Poor Little Rich Girl (Noel Coward)
One, Two, Three
Opening - Someday I'll Find You
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
Operette, musical: Act One. Gipsy Melody
Pacific 1860: Bright Was the Day
Pacific 1860: Dear Madame Salvador / My Horse Has Cast a Shoe
Pacific 1860: Finale / Some Enchanted Evening
Pacific 1860: Fumfumbolo
Pacific 1860: His Excellency Regrets
Pacific 1860: I Saw No Shadow
Pacific 1860: I Wish I Wasn't Quite Such a Big Girl
Pacific 1860: If I Were a Man / Uncle Harry
Pacific 1860: Invitation to the Waltz
Pacific 1860: One, Two, Three / I Never Knew
Pacific 1860 (original London cast)
Pacific 1860: Pretty Little Bridesmaids / Mother's Lament
Pacific 1860: Selection, Part 1
Pacific 1860: Selection, Part 2
Pacific 1860: This Is a Changing World
Pacific 1860: This Is a Night for Lovers / The Toast Music / Finale
Pacific 1860: Twin Soliloquies
Palmen, Pomp und Paukenschlag Roman
Parisian Pierrot
Party's Over Now, The
passé ne meurt pas, Le
Passenger's Always Right, The
Peace in our time; a play in two acts and eight scenes
Play, Orchestra, Play
Play parade
Plays
Poems
Pomp and circumstance
Poor Little Rich Girl / Zigeuner / Dear Little Cafe / The Call of Life / Tokay / World Weary / Caballero / Green Carnations / I'll See You Again
Post-mortem : a play in eight scenes
Present indicative
Present laughter; a light comedy in three acts.
Private lives : an intimate comedy in three acts
Quadrille : a romantic comedy in three acts
Red Peppers
Relative values
Room With a View, A
Sail Away (1962 original London cast)
Sail Away: Beatnik Love Affair
Sail Away: Bronxville Darby and Joan
Sail Away: Come to Me
Sail Away: Don't Turn Away From Love
Sail Away: Go Slow Johnny
Sail Away: Later Than Spring (reprise)
Sail Away: Sail Away
Sail Away: Something Very Strange
Sail Away: The Customer's Always Right
Sail Away: The Little Ones' ABC
Sail Away: The Passenger's Always Right
Sail Away: Useless Useful Phrases
Sail Away: When You Want Me
Sail Away: Where Shall I Find Him?
Sail Away: Why Do the Wrong People Travel?
Sail Away: You're a Long, Long Way From America
Saw No Shadow on the Sea, I
Selections.
Set to music.
Shadow play
short stories, The
Sigh No More
Sir or Ma'am
Some Day I'll Find You
Someday I'll Find You
Something to Do With Spring
Something Very Strange
Songs of Noel Coward, The
Star quality; six stories
Stately Homes of England, The
Suite in three keys: A song at twilight, Shadows of the evening, Come into the garden, Maud
That Is the End of the News
Théâtre complet
Théâtre. Les Amants terribles ("Private lives"). [Version française de Claude-André Puget et Virginia Vernon. Paris, Théâtre Michel, 18 décembre 1934.] Le Printemps de la Saint-Martin ("Fallen angels"). [Version française de Claude-André Puget et Virginia Vernon. Paris, Théâtre de la Potinière, 22 mai 1945.], Noël Coward.
Then Play, Orchestra, Play
There Are Bad Times Just Around the Corner
There Have Been Songs in England
There's Life in the Old Girl Yet
There Will Always Be
This happy breed, a play in three acts
This Is a Changing World
This Is a Night for Lovers
"This was a man", a comedy in three acts.
This Year of Grace, revue: A Dream of Youth (The Dream Is Over)
This Year of Grace, revue: A Room with a View
This Year of Grace, revue: Dance, Little Lady
This Year of Grace, revue: Lorelei
This Year of Grace, revue: Mary Make-Believe
This Year of Grace, revue: Try To Learn To Love
Three plays
Three white feathers
Time and Again
Time Will Tell
To step aside
Toast Speech From "Cavalcade"
Together with music
Tokay; World Weary; Caballera; Green Carnations; I'll See You Again
Tonight at 8.30; plays
Touring Days
trabajo en Italia The Italian job, Un
Travel Alone, I
Try to Learn to Love
Twentieth Century Blues Listen
Una familia con clase Easy virtue
Uncle Harry / Nina / Mad Dogs and Englishmen
Uncle Henry
Useful Phrases
Useless Useful Phrases
vortex, The : a play in three acts
Wait a Bit, Joe
Waiting in the wings : a play in three acts
Waltz Medley: I'll See You Again / Someday I'll Find You / Let's Say Goodbye / I'll Follow My Secret Heart / I'll See You Again
Wanted to Show You Paris (reprise), I
Ways and means
We Were Dancing / Parisian Pierrot
We Were So Young
Week-end : comédie en trois actes
Welcoming Land, The
Went to a Marvellous Party: His 45 Finest, I
Westminster Abbey
What Love Means to Girls Like Me
What’s Going to Happen to the Tots
When You Want Me
Where Are the Songs We Sung?
Where Shall I Find Him?
Why Do the Wrong People Travel?
Why Does Love Get in the Way?
Why Must the Show Go On
Wish I Wasn't Quite Such a Big Girl, I
Wonder What Happened to Him (Indian Army Officer), I
Words and Music: Let's Say Good-bye
Words and Music: London Pride
Words and Music: Mad Dogs and Englishmen
Words and Music: Mrs. Worthington
Words and Music: Something To Do With Spring
Words and Music: The Party's Over Now
Words and Music: World Weary
Words & Music: Intro (Mad About the Boy) / Something to Do With Spring
World at War (The) - Music for the Tv Series
World Weary / What's Going to Happen to the Tots
You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To
You’re a Long, Long Way From America
You Were There
Younger Generation, The
Zigeuner
هذا الجيل المحظوظ : (مسرحية)
Contributed to or performed: 
‘Honeymoon’ Scene, Act II
100 Hits: Wartime Memories
100 Years of Cinema
100 Years of Cinema: 40 Classic Performances
101 Golden Memories
1940's Nostalgia Collection, The
20th Century Blues EP
50 Silly Songs
90 Minutes Is a Long, Long Time
Aland Jones Nostalgic Favourites
Alexander’s Ragtime Band
Art Deco Music Collection, The
Bioshock 2: The Official Soundtrack - Music From and Inspired by the Game (Special Edition)
Bioshock Licensed Soundtrack
Bioshock Soundtrack (Ultimate OST)
Bring Me Sunshine
British Wartime
Broadway Through the Gramophone, Volume 4: From the Great War to the Talkies: 1920-1929
Carnival Of The Animals, The
Club Verboten
Concert in Rhythm, Volume II
Conversation Piece (1934), musical: Act One. Now then business Melanie / A cloud has passed across the sun / Go and dress / You ask me
Conversation Piece (1934), musical: Act Two. Melanie, écoutez / Dear Friends
Conversation Piece (1934), musical: Act Two. Thank you, my dear, for being so sweet to me / C'est assez de mensonge
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. A cloud has passed across the sun
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Dialogue: Go and dress
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Dialogue: Good morning, Rose
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Dialogue: The Marquis of Sheere
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Dialogue: The seventh!
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. Spoken Introduction, dialogue: Imagine a summer evening if you please
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act One. You ask me to have a discrete heart
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Three. All comedies must come to an end
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Three. Dialogue: I hope I am not intruding
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Three. Dialogue: My dear Paul, such sentimentality
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Dialogue: Do you think that is wise?
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Dialogue: Julia, Lord Sheere is our only definite proposal so far
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Dialogue: Thank you, my dear, for being so sweet to me
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Dialogue: There's a lady downstairs to see you
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Dialogue: Well - I hope you are satisfied
Conversation Piece (1951), musical: Act Two. Dialogue: What a charming house
Everything Stops For Tea
Flapper Box, The
Get Out Those Old Records / They Didn't Believe Me / 'S Wonderful / Time on My Hands / I Didn't Know What Time It Was / Anything Goes / Dancing in the Dark / Ballerina / I Won't Dance / Papa, Won't You Dance With Me? / Charleston / The Way You Look Tonight / You're an Old Smo
Golden Sounds From the Classics
Great Screen Lovers Collection, The
Greatest Musicals, The
Ha! Ha!: 24 Great Comedy Songs
Has Anybody Seen Our Ship?
Has Anybody Seen Our Ship? / Man About Town
Here’s a Toast! / Hearts and Flowers
Hits from the Blitz: 20 Unforgettable Recordings
Hits From the Wireless
Hits of '32
Hits of the War Years (The Ultimate Wartime Collection)
I'll Follow My Secret Heart
I'll See You Again - Private Lives
Immortals, The
In Town Tonight: 25 Nostalgic Theatre and Cabaret Songs
Land, Sea and Air (London, 1954)
Live at the Café de Paris, London
Love Scene, Act 1
Mairzy Doats: 24 Great Comic Songs
Margaret Throsby: The 10th Anniversary Collection
Marlene Dietrich Album: Live at the Café de Paris, London, The
Music for Ocean Liners
My Dearest Dear
My Heart Belongs to Daddy
Noël Coward and Gertrude Lawrence
Nostalgia Evergreens
Oh Yes We Can Love: A History of Glam Rock
Original Cast! 100 Years of the American Musical Theater: Visitors From Abroad
Private Lives
Radio Minerva
Ritzy
Roaring 'Twenties, The
Shadow Play - Scene
Shadow Play, Part 1: Tonight at 8.30
Showstoppers: Various
Singers: Joan Sutherland, The
So Rare: A Selection by Barry Humphries of His Favourite Gramophone Records
Songs from the Musicals
Songs That Won The War
Songs That Won the War: A Wing and a Prayer
Songs That Won the War: Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of VE Day
Songs the Bonzo Dog Band Taught Us - A Pre-History of the Bonzos
Sounds of England, The
Sutherland Sings Coward
Then Play, Orchestra, Play / You Were There
This Is the Remembrance Album
This Record Is Not to Be Broadcast: 75 Records Banned by the BBC 1931-1957
This Record Is Not to Be Broadcast: 75 Records Banned by the BBC 1931-57
Time to Remember: 1930, A
Time to Remember: 1931, A
Time to Remember: 1932, A
Time to Remember: 1933, A
Time to Remember: 1934, A
Time to Remember: 1935, A
Time to Remember: 1936, A
Time to Remember: 1941, A
Time to Remember: 1943, A
Time to Remember: 1945, A
Together With Music
Top Hits of the 1930s
Top Hits of the 1930s, Volume 2
Trzeszcząca płyta
Ultimate Nostalgia Collection, The
Ultimate Vocal Collection, The
Ultimate Wartime Hits, The
Uncut: London Pride: 15 Capital Music Moments
Unknown Marlene
V-E Day: The Musical Memories of World War II
Victory 1945: A Musical Tribute to the War Years Performed by the Original Artists
Vintage British Comedy
Vocal Groups and Crooners of the 30’s
Warring 40's, The
Warum soll eine Frau kein Verhältnis haben? Sämtliche veröffentlichte Platten (EMI/Electrola) 1926-1938
We'll Meet Again
World at War, The
World on a String
You Were There
Notes: 
Omslagtitel
Omslag vermeldt tevens: Florenz Ziegfeld and Arch Selwyn present Charles B. Cochran's production of Bitter sweet
Voor zang en piano met gitaarakkoorden
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