Marek Weber Und Sein Orchester - "The Quaker Girl" / Sweetheart album mp3
by James T. Tanner, Adrian Ross, Percy Greenbank and Lionel Monckton. Adelphi Theatre, London 5th November, 1910 - (536 perfs) Park Theatre, Broadway - 23 October, 1911 (240 perfs). THE QUAKER GIRL" then toured England and Scotland continuously from the Summer of 1945, until December, 1948, being received everywhere with great enthusiasm. Prudence is the niece of Nathaniel and Rachel Pym, a prim and proper pair, who rule the Quaker Community of a pic-turesque English village. Into the serene atmosphere of this Community there arrives a certain exiled French Lady of great distinction, the Princess Mathilde, followed by Captain Charteris, to whom she is to be married.
Album "The Quaker Girl", Sweetheart. Date of release 1934. Marek Weber Et Son Orchestre - Princesse Czardas. Marek Weber - In Old Vienna. Marek Weber Und Sein Orchester - Yvonne, Ganz Ohne Liebe Wär' Das Leben So Bescheiden. Marek Weber And His Orchestra - From Mozart's Treasure Store. Cedric Dumont Und Sein Orchester - Swiss Boy, Swiss Girl. Ray Anthony und sein Orchester -. Ruggiero Leoncavallo - Pagliacci. Marek Weber Und Sein Orchester - June Night, May Time. Marek Weber And His Orchestra - Siren Of The Ball, Moonlight On The Alster.
The Quaker Girl is a musical comedy in three acts with book by James T. Tanner, lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank, and music by Lionel Monckton which opened at the Adelphi Theatre, London, on 5 November 1910 and ran for an extremely successful 536 performances. CAPTAIN CHARTERIS (King's Messenger). Mr. C. Hayden Coffin. MONSIEUR DUHAMEL (Minister of State).
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