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HUGO RIGNOLD

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Hugo Rignold , who is on the air with his hand every day this week, was at one time a member of Jack Hylton 's Band. He has played violin and viola in numberless musical combinations, notably with Fred Hartley , in that remarkably popular series ' Soft Lights and Sweet Music ', and more recentlv with his own orchestra from the London
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Though today most of his time is taken up with conducting, he plays his two chief instruments with the facility of one who can give all his time to them. On one occasion in ' Soft Lights and Sweet Music ' he achieved the desired effect by playing a bass as well.

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Lenner
Unknown: Gerry Fitzgerald
Unknown: Hugo Rignold
Unknown: Jack Hylton
Unknown: Fred Hartley

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