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: Julien Rosetti

Pianoforte Recital.
(to 16.30)

Contributors

Pianist: Julien Rosetti

: News

S.B. from London.

Local News and Weather Forecast

: Dr. T. Boyd Orr, M.C, D.S.O., M.A., D.Sc, M.D.

Director Nutrition Research Institution, Bucksburn.

Contributors

Speaker: T. Boyd Orr

: Floral Fancier

(and 9.45-10.30.)
"See as thou wast wont to see;
Diana's bud or Cupid's flower
Hath such force and blessed Power".
Let us touch your eyelids with the magic herb of Memory; let your youth past or present have renewed joy in
"Buds gathered from the green spring's middle days".
Word Pictures by R. E. Jeffrey.
During the evening Dorothy Pugh (Soprano) will sing:-
"Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal".......... Quitter (1)
"To Daisies" Quilter (1)
"To a Violet" Mallinson
"Rose Softly Blooming" Spohr
"The Rose Enslaves the Nightingale" Rimsky-Korsakov

John Cooper (Baritone) will sing:-
"Lilies" Sanderson (1)
"Poppies for Forgetting" Clarke
"Daffodils" Barry
"Pansy Faces" Pewn (8)
"The Lilac Tree" Moir

R. E. Jeffrey will Recite:-
"To a Mountain Daisy" - Burns
"To Blossoms" - Herrick
"Thoughts in the Garden" - Marvell
"To Daffodils" - Wordsworth
"To the Daisy" -Wordsworth

Marie Sutherland (Solo Pianoforte) will Play:
"Woodland Sketches " McDowell (4)
"To a Wild Rose"; "To a Water Lily"; "By a Meadow Brook".

The Wireless Orchestra will Play:-
Suite, "Language of Flowers" Frederick Cowen
Romance, "An Old-World Garden" Fletcher

Contributors

Recitals: R. E. Jeffrey
Soprano: Dorothy Pugh
Baritone: John Cooper
Pianist: Marie Sutherland
Musicians: The Wireless Orchestra

: News

S.B. from London.

Local News and Weather Forecast

: Close down

Contributors

Announcer: R. E. Jeffrey








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