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The Picnic Party

The Picnic Party

The Classical Shop
release date: January 2004

Originally recorded in 2003

Artists:

Anthony Godwin


Palm Court Theatre Orchestra



Venue:

Regent Centre, Christchurch, Dorset


Portsmouth Guildhall



Producer:

Brian Couzens



Engineer:

Ralph Couzens


Philip Couzens

(Assistant: tracks 1-6 & 16-22)

Bill Todd

(Assistant: tracks 7-15)

Record Label
Collect

Genre:

Light Music




Total Time - 75:40
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The Picnic Party

 

ERNEST BUCALOSSI

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1 

The Grasshopper's Dance

3:50
  (Characteristic Piece, 1905)  
 

LEWIS/GOODHART/NELSON

2 

There's a Ring Around the Moon

4:06
  (1931)  
  Performed by Mr Purkis  
 

NIKLAS KROTSCH

3 

Black Eyes

4:34
  Violin duet performed by Mr Purkis and Mr Witham  
 

CHARLES LE THIERE

4 

Silver Birds

4:19
  Solo for piccolo performed by Mr Braddock  
 

AL B. CONEY

5 

Fiddlesticks Rag

2:26
  (1912)  
 

KENBROVIN & KELLETTE

6 

I`m Forever Blowing Bubbles

2:35
  (1919)  
  Miss Linda Murray accompanied by Mr Norton, musical saw  
 

MAURICE ABRAHAMS

7 

He'd Have to Get Under - Get Out and Get Under

2:47
  (1913)  
  (arr. Searle-Barnes/Godwin)  
 

LEON JESSEL

8 

The Parade of the Tin Soldiers

2:37
  (Characteristic Piece, 1912)  
 

CHARLES STRAIGHT

9 

Humpty Dumpty

4:05
  (Novelty Rag, 1914)  
 

CHARLES ANCLIFFE

10 

Cinderella's Wedding

3:35
  (Dainty Dance, 1919)  
 

NACIO HERB BROWN

11 

Rag Doll

4:19
  (Novelty Foxtrot, 1928)  
 

JOHN W. BRATTON

12 

Teddy Bears' Picnic

2:35
  (1907)  
 

RUDOLF HANF

13 

Happy Frog

2:14
  (arr. Lotter)  
  (Humorous March, 1915)  
 

GUSTAV DREIER

14 

Pattering Feet

4:50
  (arr. Godwin)  
  (Intermezzo Two-Step, 1912)  
 

BERNARD BARNES

15 

Dainty Miss

2:11
  (Novelette Foxtrot, 1926)  
 

ARTHUR FANE

16 

Whistle for Me

2:06
  (Whistling Serenade, 1912)  
 

HERMAN FINCK

17 

In the Shadows

3:47
  (Dance, 1910)  
 

J.S. ZAMECNIK

18 

Polly

2:49
  (Syncopated Novelty, 1926)  
  Solo for soprano saxophone performed by Mr Godwin  
 

CHARLES ANCLIFFE

19 

Down in Zanzibar

3:18
  (Two-Step, 1917)  
 

ADOLPH LOTTER

20 

The Ragtime Bass Player

3:20
  (Characteristic Novelty, 1913)  
  Solo for double bass performed by Mr Rundell  
 

LIONEL MONCKTON

21 

Two Little Sausages

2:51
  (1907)  
 

ALBERT W. KETELBEY

22 

In a Persian Market

6:26
  (Characteristic Intermezzo, 1920)  
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J Moreland

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P Beznosiuk