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The Spike: or, Victoria College Review, Annual Extravaganva July 1923

Musical Numbers

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Musical Numbers.

Act I.


Chorus—"Gipsy Love"

note.—"Long Ago," Egyptian Song, Foxtrot. Composed by H.J. Findlay (Dunedin).Obtainable at Bristol Piano Coy, Ltd., Lambton Quay. Price, 2/-.

2.Chorus—"Cavemen's Song" (Air: "Margy")
3.Duet—"I want a man with a firm, firm will" (Air: "I want a boy")
4.Solo and Chorus—"A more humane Chief Justice" (Air from "Mikado")
5.Solo and Chorus—"Entrance of Sheezastunna" (Air from "Gondoliers")
6.Solo—"When a Royal Princess marries" (E. J. Taylor) (Air: Original)
7.Chorus—"Sheezastunna had three suitors" (Air from "Gondoliers")
9.Final Chorus—"The Stone Age" (Air: "There you are, then!")

Act II.

1.Chorus—Chant (Air:"Najo")
2.Chorus—"On the Nile" (Air: "Hindustan")
3.Solo—"Passion is but an Ember"
4.Song and Ballet—"Song of India"
5.Final Chorus—"Now to embalm" (Air: "The Sheik")



Act III.

1.Solo and Chorus—"Smoking Song" (Air: "Gundagai")
2.Country Dance—Music from "Country Girl"
3."Oh, Lizzie" ........... (Air: "Oh, Lady")
4.Chorus—"Cheers for Sporty Old Queen Bess" (Air: "Avalon")

Act IV.

Chorus—"The Stone Age" (Air: "There you are, then!")

1.Song and Ballet—"Caroline in the morning"
2.Solo Dance—"Pirouette"
3.Dance Duo—"Wabash Home"
4.Final Chorus—"Gipsy Love" and "The Stone Age"