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Dennis Noble at the Proms 1927 - 1958 

At the New Queen’s Hall primarily, with orchestra conducted by Henry Wood, later by Malcolm Sargent and others, except where piano accompaniment is involved.
 
Tuesday, 23 August 1927
Mozart: Le Nozze di Figaro [The Marriage of Figaro] -‘Non più andrai’ [Now your days of philandering are over]
Schubert: Der Erlkönig [Le Roi des Aulnes; The Earl King], D 328 (pno. Frederick Kiddle)
William Garnet James: Australian Bush Songs - No. 6 The Stockrider’s Song (pno. Kiddle)
 
Saturday, 25 August 1928
Verdi: Un Ballo in Maschera - ‘Alzati!...Eri tu macciavi!’ [Arise!... It was you who stained]
Martin Shaw: Conjuration (pno. Berkeley Mason) Proms Première
Martin Shaw: Annabel Lee (pno. Berkeley Mason)
 
Tuesday, 3 September 1929
Tschaikovsky: Romances Op. 6 - No. 6 Net, tol’ko tot, kto znal [Nay, though my heart should break; None but the lonely heart]
Granville Bantock: Songs from the Chinese Poets Set 1- No. 1 The Old Fisherman of the Mists and Waters/ No. 2 The Ghost Road (pno. Berkeley Mason)
Tschaikovsky: Romances Op. 47 -No. 6 Den’ li tsarit? [Does the day reign?; Only for Thee; Whether by day] (orchestrated by Henry Wood).
 
Monday 3 June 1930
Wagner: Die Walküre WWV 86b - No. 36 War es so schmählich [Brünnhilde’s appeal to Wotan] / No.37 Weil für dich im Auge / No. 38 So tatest du / No. 39a Und das ich ihm in Stücken / No. 39b Nicht streb’, o Maid / No. 40 Leb’ wohl [Wotan’s Abschied] [Wotan’s Farewell / No. 41 Der Augen leuchtendes Paar / No. 42 Loge, hör! / No. 43 Feuerzauber [Magic Fire Music] with Isobel Baillie (Brünnhilde, Dennis Noble (Wotan) & Hallé Orchestra conducted by Hamilton Harty.
 
Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg WWV 90 - No. 23b Was duftet doch der Flieder [Hans Sachs’ (Flieder) monologue / No. 36 Wahn! Wahn! Uberhal Wahn! [Hans Sachs’ (Wotan) monologue] with Hallé Orchestra conducted by Hamilton Harty
 
Tuesday, 9 September 1930
Rossini: Il Barbiere di Siviglia- ‘Largo al factotum della città
Delius: Violet [Das Veilchen] (pno. Berkeley Mason]
Delius: Songs from The Norwegian - No. 5 Minstrel (pno. Berkeley Mason]
 
Saturday, 1 October 1930
Rossini: Il Barbiere di Siviglia: Largo al factotum della città
Arnold Bax: I heard a soldier (pno. Berkeley Mason) Proms Première
 
Saturday, 7 August 1937
Verdi: La Traviata - Di Provenza il mar
 
Tuesday, 16 August 1938
Tschaikovsky: Romances, Op. 38 - No. 1 Serenada Don-Zhuana (orch. Henry Wood) [Don Juan’s Serenade]
Tschaikovsky: Romances Op. 47 - No. 5 Blagoslavlyayu vas, lesa [I bless you, forests; Pilgrim’s Song ‘My blessing fall’ [pno. Berkeley Mason]
 
Tuesday, 13 September 1938
Handel: The Resurrection HWV 47 - ‘O voi dell’ Erebo’
Charles Villiers Stanford: Songs of the Sea Op. 91 with BBC Symphony Chorus and BBC Choral Society conducted by Leslie Woodgate.
 
Saturday, 2 September 1939
Rossini: Il Barbiere di Siviglia - Largo al factotum della città

Saturday 2 August 1941 (w. London Symphony conducted by Basil Cameron)
Leoncavallo: I Pagliacci - Si, puo? (Prologue)
Rossini: Il Barbiere di Siviglia - Largo al factotum della città
 
Saturday, 15 August 1942
Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor (Choral) w. Muriel Brunskill, contralto, Eva Turner, soprano, Dennis Noble, baritone, Parry Jones, tenor, Alexandra Choir and BBC Symphony conducted by Henry Wood.
 
Friday, 31 August 1944
Beethoven: Fantasia in C minor (Choral Fantasia). Op. 80 w. Muriel Brunskill, contralto, Isobel Baillie, soprano, Dennis Noble, baritone, Parry Jones, tenor, Bradbridge White, tenor, Kate Winter, soprano and Adele Verne, piano w. Alexandra Choir and BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Adrian Boult.
 
Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 Symphony in D minor (Choral), Muriel Brunskill (contralto), Isobel Baillie, soprano, Dennis Noble, baritone, Parry Jones, tenor w BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC Symphony Chorus, National Chorus, BBC Chorus and BBC Choral Society, conducted by Adrian Boult.
 
Thursday, 26 July 1945
Delius: Appalachia w. London Symphony Orchestra, National Chorus, BBC Chorus, BBC Choral Society, conducted by Basil Cameron.

Tuesday, 6 August 1946
Wagner: Das Rheingold - No. 1 Prelude/ No. 2 Weia! Waga! Woge, du Welle Scene 1/ No. 3 He he! Ihr nicker! Scene 1/ No. 4 Garstig glatter glitschriger Glimmer! Scene 1 /No. 5 Lugt, Schwestern Scene 1/ No. 6a Der Schwüles Gedünst schwebt in der Luft Scene 4 / No. 38 Zur Burg führt die Brücke Scene 4 / No. 39 Abdendich strahlt Scene 4 / No. 40 Ihrem Ende Scene 4 / No. 41 Rheingold! Rheingold! Scene 4 /Entry of the Gods into Valhalla (orchestral version) Scene 4 with Gladys Ripley (Fricka), Laelia Finneberg (Woglinde ), Dennis Noble, (Alberich), Emelie Hooke (Wellgunde), Tom Williams (Wotan), Bradbridge White (Froh/Loge), Edith Furmedge (Flosshilde), Frederick Harvey). The London Symphony conducted by Basil Cameron.
 
Wednesday, 14 August 1946
Verdi: Un Ballo in Maschera - ‘Alzati! … Eri tu che macchiavi’ [Arise!…It was you who stained] with London Symphony conducted by Constant Lambert.

Wednesday, 18 September 1946
William Walton: Belshazzar’s Feast with BBC Symphony Chorus, National Chorus, BBC Chorus, BBC Choral Society conducted by Adrian Boult.
 
Tuesday, 26 August1947
William Walton: Belshazzar’s Feast with BBC Symphony Chorus, National Chorus, BBC Chorus, BBC Choral Society, conducted by William Walton
 
Saturday, 17 September 1949
Charles Villiers Stanford: Songs of the Sea, Op. 91 with BBC Symphony Chorus, National Chorus, BBC Chorus, BBC Choral Society; conducted by Adrian Boult.
 
Thursday, 3 August 1950
Donizetti: La Favorita - ‘Ma de’ malvagi invan…Vien, Leonora, a piedi tuoi’ with London Symphony, conducted by Basil Cameron.
 
Thursday, 13 September 1951
William Walton: Belshazzar’s Feast with BBC Symphony Chorus, National Chorus, BBC Chorus, BBC Choral Society, conducted by William Walton.
Verdi: Aida - Finale Act 2, Scene 2 with Amy Shuard (Aida), Dennis Noble (Amonasro), James Johnston (Radames), Howell Glynne (Ramfis/King) with BBC Symphony Orchestra & the Royal Choral Society, conducted by Malcolm Sargent.
 
Wednesday, 1 September 1954
Verdi: Aida Act 2, Scene 2 with Amy Shuard (Aida), Dennis Noble (Amonasro), Webster Booth (Radames), Janet Howe (Amneris), Hervey Alan (Ramfis/King) with BBC Symphony Orchestra & Royal Choral Society, conducted by Malcolm Sargent.
 
Monday, 13 August 1956
William Walton: Belshazzar’s Feast with BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC Chorus, BBC Symphony Chorus, National Chorus, BBC and Royal Choral Societies, conducted by Malcolm Sargent.
 
Wednesday, 31 July 1957
William Walton:Belshazzar’s Feast with BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC Singers, BBC Symphony Chorus, BBC and Royal Choral Societies, conducted by Malcolm
Sargent.
 
Monday, 28 July 1958
William Walton: Belshazzar’s Feast with BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC Singers, BBC Symphony Chorus, BBC and Royal Choral Societies, conducted by Malcolm Sargent.
 
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