Programme for Christmas show

SRutherfordRL146342v10089.jpg
SRutherfordRL146342v10090.jpg

Title

Programme for Christmas show

Description

The programme lists 23 pieces to be played a the prisoner of war Christmas show at Belaria camp.

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1944-12

Contributor

Claire Monk

Rights

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Format

One sheet

Language

Type

Identifier

SRutherfordRL146342v10089, SRutherfordRL146342v10090

Coverage

Spatial Coverage

Temporal Coverage

Transcription

[underlined]Programme for Xmas Show Belaria 1944[/underlined]

1 Signature Tune: - Moonlight Serenade. (Band)
2 Bugle Call Rag. (Band)
3 You came along. Special arrangement by Wilf Gilmeister (Band)
4 The Surrey with a Fringe on Top. (Band)
5 Rhumba Band: - Amapola
Vocals by Jack Ross. Music from Trinidad
South American far
6. Mademoiselle Antonito Singing J’attendian
7 Swing Section: - In the mood
8 Flanagan & Allen: - Impersonation by Phil Jackson and Jimmie House
9 Jimmy Hill – Piano: - Basil Boogie and Room in Manhattan by Jimmy Hill
10 Twitch Twins - nonsense by Jake Rodd & Benny Brown
12. Messing Officer: Sketch by Basil Kennedy
13 Reg Ryan – Piano Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No1
14 Leukin in the Sky. (Band)

INTERVAL
GT74
[underlined]Part 2[/underlined]
15 Lady be good (Band)
16 Swing Section: - Tiger Rag
17 Red Wing (Band)
18 Phil Jacobs as Carmen Miranda – ay! ay! ay.
19 It makes you think. Sketch by Jake Ross, Lenny Brewin and Al Longille
20 The Andwell Tiskiss:- Jimmie Hill, Basil Kennedy & Jack Hornandale:- Die mis Bist du schoen
21 Melancholy Baby (Band)
22 Phil Jacobs as Olivia Watafilla and Max Bacon
23 [underlined]Finale[/underlined] White Christmas (Band)

Collection

Citation

“Programme for Christmas show,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed April 23, 2019, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/2478.

Item Relations

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