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Music by Montague Phillips.

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THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by the COMPOSER
ARTHUR BECKWORTH (Violin)
ORCHESTRA
New Suite, ' Dance Revels'
(1) Mazurka; (2) Minuet; (3) Waltz
ARTHUR BECKWORTH
Violin Solos
ORCHESTRA
A Hillside Melody
Two Light Orchestral Pieces
(1) Violetta (Air de Ballet); (2) Arabesque
ARTHUR BECKWORTH
Violin Solos
ORCHESTRA
Scherzo
FEW names are more familiar to listeners than that of Montague Phillips. He was bom in 1885, and studied at the Royal Academy of Music, of which he later became a Fellow, Professor of Composition, and Examiner. His music for the romantic Opera, The Rebel Maid, is perhaps his most considerable stage work. He has written also a Symphony, a Pianoforte Concerto, a Symphonic Poem, Boadicea and a Heroic Overture.

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Music by Montague Phillips.

5XX Daventry, 14 August 1928 21.50






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