ENGLISH    Lewis Carroll / Alice in Wonderland
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1 Alice in Wonderland (part 1 & 2)
Introduction | How doth the little crocodile | You are old Father William | Speak roughly to your little boy
Story with instrumental accompaniment (piano)
Frank Luther

Decca F 6157

early fifties?

78 rpm
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2 Alice in Wonderland (part 3 & 4)
Twinkle twinkle little bat | Jabberwocky | Fury said to a mouse | Will you walk a little faster
Story with instrumental accompaniment (piano)
Frank Luther

Decca F 6158

early fifties?

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78 rpm
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3 Alice's adventures in Wonderland Through the looking glass
You are old father William (FATHER WILLIAM) | Will you walk a littke faster | Beautiful soup so rich and green (TURTLE SOUP) | t was brillig and slithy toves (JABBERWOCKY) | In winter when the fields are white (HUMPTY DUMPTY'S RECITATION
Poems by Lewis Carroll
Read by David Davis

Delysé DEL 160

1966

Illustration: unknown
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4 Through the looking glass
The sun was shining on the sea (The walrus and the carpenter) | I'll tell thee everything (The white knight's song) | First the fish must be caught (The white queen's riddle)
Poems by Lewis Carroll
Read by David Davis

Delysé DEL 161

1966

Illustration: unknown
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5 Alice in Wonderland
Alice in Wonderland | Songs from Mother Goose
story and songs
Carol Beth & Ricky Rood

Cricket Records C23
  begin jaren '60?
Illustration: unknown
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6 Alice in Wonderland
SEE the pictures HEAR the record READ the book
The story | The unbirthday song | I'm late
Songs and Story
Onbekend / unknown

Disneyland 306

1979

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7 Alice in Wonderland
Down the rabbit-hole | The caucus race, the white rabbit and the caterpillar | Pig, Pepper and the hatter's Tea-party | The Queen's croquet and the lobster quadrille | Who stole the tarts
Lewis Carroll
Read by Alan Bennett
BBC records REC 563

1985
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8 Alice in Wonderland
All the songs from Walt Disney's motion picture score
Alice in Wonderland | In a world of my own | I'm late | The caucus race | How d'ye do and shake hands | The walrus and the carpenter | All in the golden afternoon | Alice in Wonderland | twas brillig | Very good advice | Unbirthday song | March of the cards
The Chorus and Orchestra of Camarata with solos by Darlene Gillespie
Disneyland Record DQ-1208

1969

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9 Alice in Wonderland
From the play presented by Tom Arnold and Ivor Novello at the Scala Theatre, London.
A Boat Beneath a Summer Sky | How doth the Little Crocodile | You are old Father William | Speak Roughly | Will You Walk a Little Faster | Beautiful Soup | They Told Me | Finale
Doreen Hume, Juliet Mills, "Mick and Montmorency" & David Nixon
Conquest Records CE 1009

late fifties

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10 Alice through the looking-glass
From the play presented by Tom Arnold and Ivor Novello at the Scala Theatre, London.
Introduction | The Walrus and the Carpenter | The Lion and the Unicorn | I'll Tell Thee Everything | To the Looking Glass World
Doreen Hume, Juliet Mills, "Mick and Montmorency" & David Nixon
Conquest Records CE 1010

late fifties

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11 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (F)
story
Told by Julia Lang (Music by Roger Fiske)
A Golden Voice Nursery Record Book  early fifties?
Illustrations: John Hanna
78 rpm - 7" record

With special thanks to Jane Southcott for the much appreciated donation of this record
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12 Alice in Wonderland
Part 1 & 2

The Beano Players
Beano Records BE 12

1963

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13 Alice in Wonderland
The Caucus Race | March of the cards | The unbirthday Song | In a world of my own
Songs and Narration by Richard Hayes & Roberta Quinlan
Mercury Childcraft CM 37

mid-fifties

78 rpm - 10" record
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