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Cover Art
SOUND RECORD
Author Melba, Nellie, Dame, 1861-1931, performer.

Title Melba : 24 songs recorded between 1904 and 1926.

Published [Canberra] : National Film and Sound Archive, [1989]
©1989

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Store Music RB  CC 694    IN WORKROOM
Physical description 1 audiocassette : Dolby processed + 1 pamphlet
3 7/8 x 2 1/2 in.
Notes National Film and Sound Archive: NFSA 7.
Series general editor, Jeff Brownrigg.
Item no.23, Covent Garden farewell, includes Melba's farewell speech at Covent Garden, 1926.
Contents side 1.1. Comin' thro' the rye (1904, traditional). 2. Come back to Erin (1905). 3. Valse, Romeo and Juliet (1904). 4. Old folks at home (1905). 5. Home sweet home (1905). 6. O soave fanciula (1907). 7. Caro nome (1904). 8. Voi che sapete (1907). 9. Believe me, if all those endearing young charms (1909). 10. Ye banks and braes (1909). 11. Vissi d'arte, Tosca (1910). 12. Mad scene (1910)
side 2.13. Jewel song (1910). 14. Lo! Here the gentle lark (1910). 15. Ah, fors'e lui (1910). 16. By the brook (1910). 17. Chanson triste (1913). 18. John Anderson, my Jo (1913). 19. Annie Laurie (1916). 20. Songs my mother taught me (1916). 21. Dite alla giovine (1926). 22. Addio, La boheme (1926). 23. Covent Garden farewell (1926, Melba speech). 24. Auld lang syne (1905)
Performers Dame Nellie Melba, soprano ; John Lemmone, flute (Jewel song and By the brook)
Other author Brownrigg, Jeff.
National Film and Sound Archive (Australia)
Subject Songs (High voice)
Songs (High voice) with orchestra.
Folk songs -- Great Britain.
Operas -- Excerpts.
Popular music.
Variant Title 24 songs recorded between 1904 and 1926.
Twenty-four songs recorded between 1904 and 1926.
Publisher Number NFSA 7 National Film and Sound Archive