Dennis Noble

English baritone, Dennis Noble
Balfe – The Bohemian Girl – Vocal Gems
Part 1:
Happy and light of heart (p114-117); I dreamt that I dwellt (p96-98); When other lips (p178-179); Silence (p82-84, 87, transposed down a semitone)
Part 2:
The heart bowed down (p161-162, transposed down a semitone to F); Thou who in might supreme (p75-77); In the gipsy life (p32-35)Orchestra and Chorus, Charles Prentice
Miriam Licette,
Francis Russell, tenor
Dennis Noble, baritone
Harry Brindle, bass

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Columbia 9579
Matrices WAX 4343-2, 4344-1 (10737/8)
Recording Date 27th November 1928
Available from Jan 1929 to March 1942Score references to Boosey The Royal Edition vocal score (1899)
Bizet – “Carmen” – Vocal GemsIntro.: Act1; Habanera; Micaela – Don Jose Duet; Seguidilla; Toreador’s Song, Act 2
Flower Song, Act 2; March, Act 4; Escamillo-Carmen Duet, Finale

Sadler’s Wells Orchestra, Warwick Braithwaite
Noel Eadie,
Nancy Evans, contralto
Webster Booth, tenor
Dennis Noble, baritone

Bizet – Carmen – Vocal gems – Eadie, Evans, Booth, Noble, Braithwaite

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His Master’s Voice C 3143
Matrices 2EA 8190-I, 8191-I
Recorded 21st December 1939
Silver Lining Medley:Trad. – Roll away, clouds
Milton Egan – Song of the Dawn (a)
Jack Ager – Over on the Sunny Side (b)
Irving Berlin – Blue Skies (a)

Jerome Kern – Look for the silver lining

Commentary by Norman Shelley
Dennis Noble
, baritone (a)
C Wright, singer (b)
National Savings Symphony Orchestra, Cecil Woods

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EMI JG.367
Matrices CTPX 14690-1, 14691-1
Recorded 1948?This unusual recording is not listed in the discography of Noble which appeared in The Record Collector in 2004. The record label is a private EMI pressing made to promote the National Savings scheme. The songs on one side are a “Silver Lining Medley”, and on the other “Look for the Silver Lining.” These were presumably chosen to tie in with the film “Look for the Silver Lining”, a 1949 biopic of Marilyn Miller. In the medley, Noble sings two songs, and C Wright (a very English tenor crooner) sings another. A fourth is assigned to the chorus. The second side has Noble singing with the chorus. Both sides are introduced by actor Norman Shelley.

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