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A Popular Concert


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Selection, ' Where the Rainbow Ends' - Quilter
9.48 SUMNER AUSTIN (Baritone) There was an aged monarch - Rubinstein
Come, we'll wander together - Cornelius
Drifting - Grieg
9.56 QUINTET The First Kiss - Sibelius
Mofhs and Butterflies - Elgar
Fountain Dance - Elgar
10.6 LOUISE TRENTON (Soprano) Zeffiretti Lusinghieri - Mozart
10.14 QUINTET Selection, 'The Mastersingors ' - Wagner
10.24 SUMNER AUSTIN I heard a piper piping - Bax
The Heart's Desire - Ireland
New Year's Song - A. Mallinson
10.30 QUINTET Aubade - Chaminade
Trahison - Chaminade
L'Ete - Chaminade
10.40 LOUISE TRENTON Morning - Speaks
From the Land of the Sky-Blue Water - Cadman
The Rose Enslaves the Nightingale - Rimsky-Korsahov
Cuckoo - Martin Shaw
10.48 QUINTET Drink to me only - arr. Quitter
Folk Tune and Fiddle Dance - Fletcher
Valse Amoreuse - Berger


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