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A Programme of Gramophone Records

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Over the Hills and Far Away
The English Singers: The Dark-eyed Sailor (arr. Vaughan-Williams)
Annette Blackwell (soprano): A farmer's son so sweet, and As I sat on a sunny bank (arr. Cecil J. Sharp )
The New Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Edward Elgar : Interlude, Shallow's Orchard (Falstaff) (Elgar)
Annette Blackwell : A bold young farmer (arr. Vaughan Williams)
The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Geoffrey Toye : In a Summer Garden (Delius)
Annette Blackwell : My Johnny was a shoemaker (Traditional) ; As I was going to Banbury (arr. Cecil Sharp )
The English Singers : The Turtle
Dove (arr. Vaughan Williams)
The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Edward Elgar : Aubade (Nursery Suite) (Elgar)
The Oriana Madrigal Society : Brigg
Fair (arr. Grainger)

Contributors

Soprano: Annette Blackwell
Unknown: Cecil J. Sharp
Unknown: Sir Edward Elgar
Unknown: Annette Blackwell
Conducted By: Geoffrey Toye
Unknown: Annette Blackwell
Unknown: Cecil Sharp
Conducted By: Sir Edward Elgar

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A Programme of Gramophone Records

National Programme Daventry, 3 June 1934 14.00






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