Details of published CD, DVD, Video and LP recordings of the works of Howard Blake.

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The New National Song Book (LP)

Released: 1974
Recorded: November 1974
Artists: The Scholars: Shelagh Molyneux soprano, Nigel Dixon alto, Robin Doveton tenor, Michael Leighton Jones baritone, David van Asch bass; Howard Blake piano, plus instrumental ensemble
Categories: [Vocal Group]
Available from:
Highbridge Music
Contact Details
Released by: Highbridge Music
Studio 6, 18 Kensington Court Place
London W8 5BJ

An entertainment for 5 voices inspired by a book called 'The English Difference' by Paul Jennings and John Gorham. Music and lyrics by Howard Blake. Released on Firecrest as an LP in 1974 it was re-released by Decca in 1978 under the name 'Sing a song of satire' Vinyl MOR-R 512 Available from Highbridge.

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