THE MUSIC OF THE WILD HUNT 

"You are, I hope, a connoisseur of the Hurdy-gurdy?"

Here is an excellent example of this "terrible contraption" - played to a standard that Mr Hound (and his housemates!) could only dream of - by the hugely talented Mr Nigel Eaton.

 

If It Wasn't For The 'Ouses In Between

One of Professor Lyons' favourites ditties.

Written by Edgar Bateman & George Le Brun (1894) for the Music Hall star Gus Elen.

Here sung by the great man himself.

BLOOD RED ROSES

A regular victim of Professor Lyons & Mr Hound.'s musical endeavors.

Here, however, is a splendid rendition of the famous sea shanty, as sung by Mr. A. L. Lloyd.

JET SONG

(Music - Leonard Bernstein, Lyrics -Stephen Sondheim)

From Tom's favourite musical  WEST SIDE STORY (1961)


BABOOSHKA

(Kate Bush)

Sadly, one can only imagine  Su Lin's interpretation ....

From the Mae & Lu Songbook

SISTERS

(Irvin Berlin - 1954)

Here performed by Rosemary Clooney  & Vera Ellen  (though Rosemary Clooney  sung both parts )

from the film 'White Christmas

DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER

(Don Black)

Here sung by Dame Shirely Bassey