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Flanders & Swann: Piano and Song

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2011

Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

Donald Swann

piano and voice

Michael Flanders

voice

Engineer:

Eric Holmes



Record Label
Evergreen Melodies

Genre:

Vocal & Song




Total Time - 76:13
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MICHAEL FLANDERS (1922-1975) & DONALD SWANN (1923-1994)

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1 

Transport of Delight (London Omnibus)

4:36
2 

Song of Reproduction

3:33
3 

Gnu Song

3:35
4 

Design for Living

4:34
5 

Je Suis le Tenebreux

2:21
6 

Songs for Our Time

5:44
7 

Song of the Weather

1:53
8 

The Reluctant Cannibal

4:18
9 

Greensleeves

6:07
10 

Misalliance (The Honeysuckle & The Bindweed)

3:53
11 

Kokoraki (a Greek Song)

3:07
12 

Have Some Madeira, M'Dear

5:44
13 

Hippopotamus Song

3:33
14 

Last of the Line

3:42
15 

Pillar to Post

2:49
16 

Commonwealth Fair

1:39
17 

Too Many Cookers

3:24
18 

Tried by the Centre Court

3:58
19 

Youth of the Heart

3:16
20 

Food for Thought

3:26
21 

Lord Chamberlain's Regulations

1:01


They met briefly at school and again at the same Oxford University College but it was not until after the war, by which time Michael Flanders was confined to a wheelchair with polio, that they met professionally. Initially they wrote songs for ither people to perform in West End revues but when they were encouraged to perform as a double act their rise to fame was meteoric.

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