Review from NM421:
But what about the kids? They'll surely go for the next piece, "The Quangle Wangle's Hat," featuring music by David Morneau and words from the classic tale by Edward Lear. Morneau plays trombone alongside tenor Eapen Leubner, whose melodramatic renderings of the daft poetry, combined with Morneau's ominous music, make for a ludicrous combo worthy of Monty Python. The trombone lines gallop along while the operatic vocals spout gibberish about the Quangle Wangle and his big hat like a town crier on full alert. "And all were as happy as happy could be, with the Quangle Wangle Quee!"