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A Concert by the Staff of the Bristol Post Office

Synopsis

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(By kind permission of Mr. W. Pugh, Postmaster-Surveyor)
Relayed from the Central Hall, Bristol
The Bristol Post Office Military Band, conducted by Byford Beard
Overture, Poet and Peasant ...... Suppe
Irene Taylor (soprano)
Nymphs and Fauns ...... Bemberg
Harold Snow (tenor)
Like Stars Above ...... W. H. Squire
Doris Beake (mezzo-soprano)
The Enchantress ...... J. L. Hatton
Percy Neale (bass)
Leanin' ...... T. Sterndale Bennet
Leslie Rogers (violin), Gladys Bennett (contralto)
(accompanied by the organ)
The Lost Chord ...... Sullivan
Stanley Forse (baritone) and band
The Song of the Volga Boatmen ...... arr. Koeneman
Roma Johnson (contralto)
The Glory of the Sea ...... Wilfred Sanderson
Percy Smith
A Humorous recital at the piano

Contributors

Musicians: The Bristol Post Office Military Band
Conductor: Byford Beard
Soprano: Irene Taylor
Tenor: Harold Snow
Mezzo-soprano: Doris Beake
Bass: Percy Neale
Violin: Leslie Rogers
Contralto: Gladys Bennett
Baritone: Stanley Forse
Contralto: Roma Johnson
Recital: Percy Smith
Piano accompanist: Florence Eveleigh
Organist and musical director: Albert H. Tocknell






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