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: PIANOFORTE Trio

from the Piccadilly Picture Theatre

: Mr. FRANK A. Lowe

F.Z.S., 'Homing on Forgotten Islands-(2) On Northern Islands'

: Programme

The MAJESTIC' CELEBRITY ' ORCHESTRA-from the Hotel Majestie. St. Anne's-on-the-Sea. Musical Director, GERALD W. BRIGHT

Contributors

Director: Gerald W. Bright

: Programme

S.B. from London

: ECHOES OF 1926.

A Kaleidoscopic Review of the Manchester
Station's Programmes THE AUGMENTED STATION ORCHESTRA Aria, ' Mab, the Queen of the Fairies ' (Act I.)
Duet, ' 0 Night of Hymen ' (Act III.) From Gounod's Opera, ' Romeo and Juliet '
(This Opera was broadcast on January 9) THE EIGHTS CONCERT PARTY in ' 'REVUSICAL MOMENTS OF 1926 '
BETTY WHEATLEY ; EMMIE PINDER ; HARRY HOPEWELL ; CHARLES NESBITT ; W. E . DICKMAN
; ERIC FOGG and ALAN MITCHESON (At the Piano)
(From the Coleridge-Taylor Programme, March 9) Two Arias from Wallace's Opera, ' Maritana '
(This Opera was broadcast on October 1, and was the first of the Station's Series of English Opera)
The Harp in the Air - LILY ALLEN (Soprano)
Happy Moments Day by Day-LEE THISTLE-THWAITE
(Baritone)
THE PROLOGUE to
'THE PARTNERS'
(This Play by VINCENT DOUGLASS was the second of the Station's Series of Lancashire plays performed by the Station Repertory Players, and was broadcast on November 18)
' THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN '
The Poem of ROBERT BROWNING as set to Music by HUBERT PARRY
THE STATION CHORUS
THE AUGMENTED STATION ORCHESTRA Lest Old Acquaintance Bo Forgot

Contributors

Unknown: Betty Wheatley
Unknown: Emmie Pinder
Unknown: Harry Hopewell
Unknown: Charles Nesbitt
Unknown: W. E Dickman
Unknown: Eric Fogg
Unknown: Alan Mitcheson
Soprano: Lily Allen
Baritone: Lee Thistle-Thwaite
Play By: Vincent Douglass
Unknown: Robert Browning
Music By: Hubert Parry

: Programme

S.B. from London (10.10 Local News)








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