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Coronation March - Cowen
3.40 LEILA MEGANE 0 love, from thy pow'r - Saint-Saëns
Les Lannes (Tears) - Massenet
Land of Hope and Glory - Elgar
3.45 BAND Overture to au Irish Comedy - John Ansell
4.0 TREFOR JONES Sweet Little Linnet - Vaughan Williams
In the Silence of Night - Rachmaninov
Love's Quarrel - Cyril Scott
4.5 BAND Four Norwegian Dances, Nos. 1-4 - Grieg
4.20 LEILA MEGANE A Swan - Grieg
Morgen (Tomorrow) - Richard Strauss
Don't como in, Sir, please - Cyril Scott
4.27 TREFOR JONES Araby - Armstrong Gibbs
The sun returns (' Eugene Onegin') - Tchaikovsky
4.35 BAND Contrasts : The Gavotte (1700-1900) - Elgar
Chanson du Matin (Morning Song) - Elgar
Mazurka - Elgar
4.48 LEILA MEOANE The Blind Ploughman - Coningsby Clarke
I loved a lass - Osborne Roberts
Dafyddy Garreg Wen (Welsh Air) - arr. Osbornc Roberts
4.54 BAND Rhapsodic Dance, ' The Bamboula' - Coleridge-Taylor
5.4 TREFOR JONES Come not when I am dead - Holbrooke
Padraic the Fiddler - Larchet
Fair House of Joy - Quitter
5.10 BAND Suite from Xavière ' - Dubois


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2LO London, 22 April 1928 15.30

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