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A selection of Wynne Evans' favourite music, from traditional Welsh music to Neapolitan songs - explore his album with our guide to each track, complete with Wynne's own words about each individual selection.
Novello wrote this popular musical for London's West End in March 1939, telling the tale of a penniless composer and his love for two different women: one, an innkeeper's daughter, the other, an opera singer. "Ivor Novello wrote some magnificent tunes, but I think this one is his best. When I sing this song the emotion wells up inside me. I try to be as tender as I can with it, but we’ve given it a new ‘big’ ending which I think really works."
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