NOEL COWARD RECORDINGS
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This section contains recordings made by Noël Coward. It also contains recordings he made with one or two notable others and a few compilations of his own recordings. It does not contain original cast recordings in which he featured.
             
A Room With a View/Mary Make Believe HMV B2719, 10" single Plum Label. With orchestra conducted by Carroll Gibbons. (This Year of Grace) - 1928
 
A Room With a View (This Year of Grace) & Mad Dogs and Englishmen (Words & Music). Noël Coward with orchestra. Philips BB2001 10". 1954.
 
 
Any Little Fish - (The Third Little Show, US) & Half-caste Woman (The Ziegfield Follies of 1931, US) Victor Company 22819
 
 
Bright Was The Day/His Excellency Regrets - Noël Coward with orchestra. HMV B9553 - 10" Plum Label (Pacific 1860). 1947.
 
 
Cabaret Medley - Noël Coward with orchestra. Columbia DB3009, 10" Dark Blue Label
 
Cavalcade - Vocal medley with orchestra conducted by Ray Noble. HMV C2431 2 parts 12" . 1932
 
 
Could You Please Oblige Us With a Bren Gun/There Have Been Songs In England -With orchestra conducted by Carroll Gibbons. HMV B9204. 1941.
 
 
Dearest Love & Gipsy Melody (omitted from the London Production ) - Noël Coward - HMV B8721 10" Plum Label. With His Majesty's Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Frank Collinson. 1938. Record withdrawn June 1939 and replaced with Dearest Love/I'll See You Again - HMV B8740 (Operette).
 
 
Dearest Love (Operette) & I'll See You Again (Bitter-Sweet) -Noël Coward with piano accompaniment. HMV B8740. 1938.
 
 
Don't Let's Be Beastly To The Germans/The Welcoming Land (recitation written by Clemence Dane). Noël Coward with piano accompaniment by Robb Stewart. HMV B9336. 1943.
 
 
Family Album - Tonight at 8.30 - US by the Victor Company 36192.
 
 
Fare Thee Well (Sam Coslow) & Love in Bloom (Robin & Rainger from the film She Loves Me Not). Noël Coward with piano accompaniment. HMV B8237. 1934.
 
 
Half-caste Woman & Any Little Fish - HMV B3794. With orchestra conducted by Ray Noble. (Cochrans' 1931 Revue). 1931
 
 
I Like America/Why Does Love Get In The Way - Columbia DB3078 10" Dark Blue Label (Ace of Clubs). 1952.
 
 
I Travel Alone/Most of Ev'ry Day - Noël Coward with piano accompaniment. HMV B8234. 1934.
 
 
I Wonder What Happened To Him - With Noël Coward and piano accompaniment. & Sigh No More - With the Piccadilly Theatre Orchestra. HMV B9433. (Sigh No More). 1945.
 
 
I'll Follow My Secret Heart - Yvonne Printemps & Noël Coward HMV DA1363 10" Red Label (Conversation Piece)
 
 
I'll See You Again - Noël Coward and orchestra Philips BB8028. 1954.
 
I'll See You Again - ASV Living Era
 
I'll See You Again/Dearest Love - HMV B8740 10" single Plum Label
 
 
Imagine The Duchesses Feelings/It's Only You (Carroll Gibbons). Noël Coward with piano accompaniment by Carroll Gibbons. HMV B9210. 1941.
 
 
Just Let Me Look At You (Jerome Kern from the film Joy Of Living) & Poor Little Rich Girl (On With The Dance). Noël Coward with piano accompaniment. HMV B8772. 1938.
 
 
Le Carnival des Animaux - Noël Coward speaks the linking verses by Ogden Nash for this recording of the Saint-Saens classic. Played by André Kostelanets and his Orchestra, with Leonid Hambro and Jascha Zayde on pianos. Philips NBR6001.
 
 
Let's Do It - Coward performs his re-working of Cole Porter's recorded 28 June 1956.
 
 
Let's Say Goodbye/Mad Dogs and Englishmen (Words and Music). HMV B4269. With orchestra conducted by Ray Noble. 1932.
 
London Morning (1959) 
 
 
London Pride & Mad Dogs and Englishmen - Single 45 rpm. EMI 2631.
 
 
Lorelei/A Dream of Youth - HMV B2737 10" single Plum Label. Piano accompaniment by Carroll Gibbons. (This disc was later re-labelled with the correct title 'The Dream Is Over') - 1928
 
 
Lover of My Dreams (Cavalcade) & Mad Dogs and Englishmen (The Third Little Show, US) Victor Company 24332.
 
 
Lover Of My Dreams & Twentieth Century Blues - HMV B4001. ( Lover ... with Noël Coward and orchestra conducted by Ray Noble. Twentieth Century ... The New Mayfair Novelty Orchestra with vocal by an unamed singer (Al Bowlly). (Cavalcade). 1931
 
 
Mrs. Worthington & We Were So Young (Jerome Kern; from the film Sweet Adeline). With orchestra conducted by Percival Mackay. HMV B8369. 1935. An American pressing was produced by the Victor Company on 25230
 
 
Never Again (Sigh No More, London; Set To Music, US). With the Piccadilly Theatre Orchestra. & Wait a Bit, Joe (Sigh No More). Noël Coward with piano accompaniment. HMV B9435 10" Plum Label. 1945.
 
 
Nina/Matelot - Noël Coward with the Piccadilly Theatre Orchestra. HMV B9434 10" Plum Label (Sigh No More). 1945.
 
Noël Coward - A Talent to Amuse Parlophone PMC 7158
 
Noël Coward at Las Vegas - (Recorded at Wilbur Clark's  Desert Inn) - Issued in the US by Columbia 5063 (3disc EP version) and 62426 (LP version) (1955), and in Britain by Philips BBL7108 (LP version) (October 1956). The British recording had the last two lines of the US version of In a Bar on the Piccola Marina removed and replaced by a repeat. With Carlton hayes & his Orchestra and Pete Matz on piano.
 
Noël & Gertie - HMV CLP1050 - Noël Coward and Gertrude Lawrence
 
 
Noël & Gertie - PPCD 78135 - Noël Coward & Gertrude Lawrence
 
 
Noël Coward, I'll See You Again - Living Era
 
Noël Coward In New York - Twin to the Las Vegas album, Columbia ML5163. 1957. Made available in Britain on Philips in June 1957.
 
 
Noël Coward, London Pride - Conifer
 
Noel Coward, with Leo Reisman and his orchestra, in a program of Noel Coward songs. A rare black and white picture disc from RCA Victor 39002-A Limited edition.
 
NoëlCoward, The Master's Voice - (4CD Set) - The HMV recordings 1928-1953 includes songs and scenes from his plays. On the Angel label.
 
Noël Coward On The Air - Past CD 7840, Pavilion Records, Sparrows Green, Wadhurst, East Sussex
 
 
Noël Coward Medley - HMV C2450, 2 parts 12" - Noël Coward with Ray Noble conducting. 1932. Am American pressing was produced by the Victor Company on 39002.
 
Noël Coward - Sail Away - Cat No:724352072620 (Re-issued CD)
 
 
NoëlCoward Sings - US only. With Leo Reisman and his Orchestra. Victor Company 36239, 12".
 
Noël Coward Sings His Score for The Girl Who Came to Supper - DRG Records 5178
 
 
Noël Coward sings Sail Away and other Coward Rarities Harbringer Records. Songwriter Showcase Series. HCD 1701. 1998.
 
  Noël Coward - the Master - double album. World Record Retrospect Series. EMI. SH501. SHB 50. 1978.  
 
Noël Coward - The Master  Sings - MFP 1111
 
Noël Coward The Revues - a double album World Record Retrospect Series. EMI. SHB44 and 2 CDs. Noël Coward & Others.Cat.724352072927
 
 
Noël Coward's Theatre Argo Eclipse (Decca). ECS2135. 1973. An interview with Noël Coward.
 
 
Parisian Pierrot (London Calling) & We Were Dancing (Tonight at 8.30). With the Phoenix Theatre Orchestra conducted by Clifford Greenwood. HMV B8414. 1936.
 
 
Poor Little Rich Girl/That MeThat Means Nothing to Me - single HMV B2070, 10 inch, Plum Label
 
 
Poor Little Rich Girl/Just Let Me Look at You - single HMV B8722, Noël Coward singing
 
 
Poor Little Rich Girl/Uncle Harry - HMV B8722, Noël Coward sings.
 
 
Poor Little Rich Girl/Uncle Harry - Noël Coward with orchestra. Philips BB2002 (On With The Dance and Pacific 1860). 1954.
 
 
Private Lives - Noël Coward & Gertrude Lawrence HMV C2043 12" Plum Label. An American version was produced by the Victor Company on 36034
 
 
Sail Away/Don't Make Fun of The Fair - HMV B10119 10" Plum Label
 
 
Something To Do With Spring/The Party's Over Now (Words & Music). HMV 4270. With orchestra conducted by Ray Noble. 1932.
 
The Apple Cart' Interlude - Bernard Shaw - Poems by Noël Coward - Caedmon Literary Series TC 1094
 
The Compact Coward - EMI (CDP 7 922802) (1989) Compiled by Sheridan Morley with annotations.
 
 
The Last Time I Saw Paris (Jerome Kern) & London Pride (Introduced into 'Up And Doing'). With orchestra conducted by Carroll Gibbons. HMV B9198. 1941.
 
 
The Stately Homes of England/Where Are The Songs We Sung - (Operette). With His Majesty's Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Frank Collinson. HMV B8722. 1938.
 
 
This Is a Changing World/Uncle Harry - Noël Coward with orchestra. HMV B9532 - 10" Plum Label - (Pacific 1860). 1947.
 
 
Time and Again/There Are Bad Times Just Around The Corner - (Globe Review). With the Café de Paris Orchestra conducted by Sydney Simone and on piano, Norman Hackforth. Columbia DB3107, Dark Blue Label. 1952.
 
Together With Music - DRG Records CDXP1103
 
 
Try To Learn to Love/Dance Little Lady - HMV B2720 10" Plum Label.With orchestra conducted by Carroll Gibbons. (This Year of Grace) - (1928)
 
 
Uncle Harry/Poor Little Rich Girl - Philips BB2002 (Pacific 1860 & On With The Dance)
 
 
We Were Dancing/Parisian Pierrot - Noël Coward - HMV B8414 10" Plum Label (Tonight at 8.30)
 
 
Where Are The Songs We Sung?/The Stately Homes of England - Noël Coward - HMV B8722 10" Plum Label (Operette)
 
 
World Weary (This Year of Grace) & Zigeuner (Bitter-Sweet) - HMV B3158 10" single Plum Label. With piano accompaniment. 1929. An American pressing was produced by the Victor Company on 24772.
 

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