Peter T. Cork (1926-2012) teacher, composer, author, walker, friend ...

All the World's a Charleston

"All the World's a Charleston" is a chorus number from Act 2 Scene 3 of the "Will and the Way", an operetta by Peter Cork. The scene depicts a chorus of townsfolk at The Bloomsbury New Year's Ball.

  "The Will and the Way" by Peter Cork is an operetta set in the 1920's and concerning the lost Will of Horatio Wellington Makepeace.

It was performed by members of the Avalon Light Operatic Society at Stanley Halls, South Norwood on the 25th, 26th and 27th of October 1979.

The discovery of a concert programme and a reel-to-reel monophonic tape recording of 'A Concert of Music by Peter Cork', given at Walsingham School on Friday, 15th July 1977 at 7:30pm, provides us with an opportunity to listen to "All the World's a Charleston".

Just click on the appropriate triangular 'play symbol' to hear the recording.
  Peter Cork is playing the piano in this recording.

All the World's a Charleston

editor: Peter J. Cosker Peter T. Cork updated: 30/08/2015