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c Holiday Harmony'

Synopsis

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A selection of ihose songs which have, through the years, brightened our beaches and pulverised our piers
Presented by FRANCIS WORSLEY with the assistance of John RORKE ELSIE EAVES
EVELYN BURNS
BRIAN GAYE and THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by REGINALD REDMAN
(West Regional Programme
' Holiday Harmony ' is a new series, and may be considered as a summer-time version of ' Hurdy Gurdy '. It is a song show; but the songs will be chosen chiefly from the repertoire of concert-parties of the present and (more particularly) the past. This gives the choice of nearly every song that has ever been written, for it is well-known that concert-parties ' work' all kinds of numbers.
Suitable selections from the band-stand will be heard in the distance, and all the sounds incidental to a seaside holiday. The first programme in this series was given on June 19.

Contributors

Presented By: Francis Worsley
Unknown: John Rorke
Unknown: Elsie Eaves
Unknown: Evelyn Burns
Unknown: Brian Gaye
Conducted By: Reginald Redman






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