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relayed from Daventry

: Capt. A. S. BURGE

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: MUSIC GRAVE AND GAY

DENISE DECLARE and ARTHUR JAY
Old English Songs :
IT may seem strange that the Composer of such a song as Sally In Our Alley is not generally known by any compositions except this one song. The fact is that most of Henry Carey's work consisted of music for stage farces and satires and ballad-operas, which were immensely popular in their own days (early eighteenth century), but which were soon forgotten. Perhaps Mr. Nigel Playfair will some day add one of Carey's works to the succession of delightful Operas which he has revived for us.
' Of all the girls that are so smart, There's none like pretty Sally,' runs this song. Carey said that in it he gave expression to the charm of the simple courtship of a young couple whom he shadowed for a day-' a shoemaker's prentice, making holiday with his sweetheart.' DOROTHY HOGBEN (Pianoforte)
Is Love Blind ?
Richard of Taunton Dene (Somerset Folk Song)

: 'DARKIES' REVELS'

A Darktown Interlude
Written and Arranged for Broadcasting by L. E. Williams.
Cast :
TMAGINE a log cabin, down Kentucky way. J- Inside you will find an old nigger who is dozing-he is our Old Joe. The river boat is whistling her approach to the landing stage, bringing many coloured gentlemen to the light-hearted birthday party which Bones, the irrepressible one. has arranged, at this cosy cabin. Someone is knocking at the cabin door. That's Mister Bones. As for the rest, let the Revellers speak for themselves.

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Broadcasting By: L. E. Williams.








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