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Arthur Wood and his Orchestra:
Overture, The Mousme (Monckton and Talbot, arr. Arthur Wood)
Winnie Melville (soprano): Pipes of Pan. Arcady is ever young (The Arcadians) (Monckton and Talbot)
Gitta Alpar (soprano) ;
Herbert E. Groh (tenor): Dearest friend, seek not to touch the stars (The Count of Luxemburg (Lehar)
George Baker (baritone): In the shade of the palm (Florodora) (Stuart)
Marek Weber and his Orchestra :
Selection, The Geisha (Jones)
Marie Burke : My songs from the Shows, introducing: Bill (Show Boat), When you've fallen in love (He Wanted Adventure). Can't help lovin' dat man (Show Boat). Within my heart (Song of the Drum). Like a star in the sky (Waltzes from Vienna). You came to me (He
Wanted Adventure). For we love you still (Waltzes from Vienna)
Herman Finck and his Orchestra:
Selection, Rose Marie (Friml), introducing : Hard-boiled Herman. Why shouldn't we ? Door of my dreams. Pretty things. Only a kiss. Indian Love Call. Mounties. Totem Tom Tom. Rose Marie


Unknown: Arthur Wood
Soprano: Gitta Alpar
Soprano: Herbert E. Groh
Baritone: George Baker
Unknown: Marek Weber
Unknown: Marie Burke
Unknown: Herman Finck
Unknown: Rose Marie
Unknown: Tom Tom.
Unknown: Rose Marie

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National Programme Daventry, 28 September 1937 13.15

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