IN OUR LITTLE PARADISE: Songs of PG Wodehouse!

Something Fresh...


featuring

Dan Chouinard

and me!

There we are,

following the official release at the 2011 Convention of

The Wodehouse Society,  

in Detroit..


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Have you ever wondered what P.G. Wodehouse was up to before he got around to writing 90+ novels about Jeeves & Wooster, various Mulliners, swine husbandry and savage aunts? Well, he was busy inventing modern American musical theater with Jerome Kern and Guy Bolton, at the Princess Theater on Broadway! And not just with Kern: the long list of Wodehouse collaborators includes Sigmund Romberg, Louis A. Hirsch, Jean Schwartz, Ivor Novello, and Emmerich Kalman.


The CD’s 20 page booklet contains lyrics to all the songs, plus notes on the shows, their composers-- & of course, PGW.


The Programme

soprano Maria Jette

Dan Chouinard, piano & vocals



Sergeant Brue (1904)..................................................Frederick Rosse

Put Me In My Little Cell


The Beauty of Bath (1906)...............................................Jerome Kern

The Frolic of a Breeze


Nuts & Wine (1914 / 1911).........................................Melville Gideon

Two to Tooting


Oh, Boy! (1917)................................................................Jerome Kern

Be a Little Sunbeam


Leave it to Jane (1917).....................................................Jerome Kern

Cleopatterer


The Riviera Girl (1917)..........................................Emmerich Kalman

Will You Forget?


See You Later!(1918)....................................................Jean Schwartz

The Train That Leaves for Town

I Never Knew

In Our Little Paradise


Oh, My Dear! (1918)...................................................Louis A. Hirsch

Boat Song

City of Dreams


Kissing Time [U.S.: The Girl Behind the Gun] (1919).....Ivan Caryll

That Ticking Taxi’s Waiting


The Rose of China (1919)...........................................Armand Vecsey

Yale


The Golden Moth(1921)..................................................Ivor Novello

Nuts in May

Fairy Prince

If I Ever Lost You


Sitting Pretty (1924)..........................................................Jerome Kern

Sitting Pretty


Rosalie (1928).........................................................Sigmund Romberg

Why Must We Always Be Dreaming?