Words and Music
Nicholson, Kenyon (American playwright, 1894-19__), “Words and Music,”
a __-minute comedy in English, set in a corridor outside the furnace room, Carnegie Hall, New York City, during a Boston Symphony night, 1929,
© 1929 by Kenyon Nicholson;
• in One-Act Plays for Stage and Study: Twenty-One Contemporary Plays, Never Before Published in Book Form, by American, English and Irish Dramatists, Fifth Series (New York City: Samuel French, 1929), edited by Samuel French with a preface by Elmer L. Rice, containing Marie Baumer’s “It’s an Ill Wind,” a __-minute drama, 2m2f; Ruth Giorloff’s “Maizie,” a __-minute drama, 1m2f + voice; John Guinan’s “Black Oliver,” a __-minute drama, 3m; Alfred Kreymborg’s “Limping Along, a drama, 2m; Russell Medcraft’s “The First Dress-Suit,” a __-minute comedy, 2m2f; Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements’ “Hot Lemonade,” a __-minute comedy, 3m1f; Dan Totheroh’s “The Widdy’s Mite,” a __-minute comedy, 2m2f; and Helen Louise Taylor’s “Angelus,” a __-minute drama, 1m3f + m voice.
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Probably out of print and in public domain. Not to be confused with Adele Bohling Lee’s Words and Music: An Operetta in Two Acts (Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.: The Raymond A. Hoffman Company, 1941), LCCN unk84-185328.
• Not to be confused with Sammy Cahn’s Words and Music, a sound recording (n.p.: RCA Red Seal LRL1 5079, c1974), LCCN 75-761749, p. 2 s. 12 in. 33 1/3 rpm. stereophonic, an RCA cast album, musical revue starring the author, with supporting singers, and Richard Leonard, piano; music by various composers, recorded in England, duration 53 min., 15 sec., program notes on slipcase.