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THIS is sung in the second act of The Magic
Flute by Pamina. Tamino and she, it will be remembered, have to undergo severe trials of their steadfast faith, before they are allowed to be affianced, and possibly the hardest test for young people in love was that Tamino was pledged to silence. Here he has just had to pass Pamina by withouttspeaking, and in despair she sings, ' Ah, I knew it, none had need to warn me, Tamino loves me not.'

Overture, 'Prometheus' - Beethoven
MIRIAM LICETTE and Orchestra Aria, ' Ah lo so ' (' Magic Flute ') - Mozart
ORCHESTRA Symphony No. 54 in G Adagio maestoso; Allegro quasi presto; Adagio assai; Menuetto ; Finale-Presto - Haydn
MIRIAM LICETTE Luliaby - Cyril Scott
I know a bank - Martin Shaw
Me Company Along - Richard Hageman
ORCHESTRA Suite, ' The Wasps 'Overture; Entr'acte ; March Past of the Kitchen Utensils; Entr'acte; Ballet and Final Tableau - Vaughan Williams


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2LO London, 9 December 1928 15.30

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