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Molly Forbes

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at the BBC theatre organ
11.0 a.m. Light Music by NWDR Dance Orchestra, conducted by Franz Thon, with Angele Durand and Horst Winter (soloists). Werner Gutterer trumpet) (Hamburg 309 m.).
2.15 p.m. Serenade Concert: Serenade, Op. 2 by Kaspar Furstenau; Serenade in ' Spitzweg-Art, Op 25, by Ernst Toch; Serenade Espagnole by Isaac Ai'beniz; Italian Serenade by Hugo Wolf Hamburg 309 m.).
4.10 p.m. Joseph Haydn: Duet for violin and cello, and Piano Sonata in F, played by Schneeberger (violin) Looser (cello) and Geza Anda (piano) (Hamburg 309 m.).
7.0 p.m. Orchestra of Nice, conducted by Pierre-Michel Le Comte: music by Haydn, Rivier, Saint-Saens, and Marcel Stern (Paris 1829 m.).
8.2 p.m Chamber Music Concert. In Memoriam par la Liberation de Paris (French National Programme 348, 249, 235 m.).
9.45 p.m. Herman Krebbers (violin) and Mannus Flipse (piano): Sonatine by Dvorak: Slavonic Dance by Dvorak; ' Tzigane ' by Ravel (Hilversum 402 m.).
10.15 p.m. Programme of Light Music (Bremen 221 m.).

Selection: The Dancing Years - Ivor Novello, arr. Chris Langdon
Tartan Doll - Bobby Pagan
Waltz: Scene du Bal - Eric Coates
Where Is Your Heart (Moulin Rouge) - Engvick and Auric
Evening Primrose - Billy Mayerl
Carry me back to green pastures - Harry S. Pepper
Wild Goose Chase - George Crow
Selection: The Story of Gilbert and Sullivan - arr. Felton Rapley

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Conducted By: Franz Thon

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