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: Scottish Afternoon

by the Wireless Quintette and Christine Crowe (Elocutionist).
(to 16.30)

Contributors

Musicians: The Wireless Quintette
Elocutionist: Christine Crowe

: News: S.B. from London

Percy Scholes: S.B. from London

Radio Society Talk: S.B. from London

Local News and Weather Forecast

Contributors

Music Critic: Percy Scholes

: Operatic Night: The Wireless Orchestra

Contributors

Musicians: The Wireless Orchestra

: Operatic Night: Beatrice Eveline (Solo 'Cello)

Contributors

Cellist: Beatrice Eveline

: Operatic Night: Beatrice Eveline

Grand Opera in Miniature: Il Trovatore (Selection 1) (Verdi)
Cast:-
Chorus.
Act I.
Solo and Chorus, "There Stood a Zingara".
Cavatina, "Yet in My Nightly Slumber".
Romanza and Terzetto, "How Still the Night".
Act II.
Gipsy Chorus, "Look How the Clouds".
Aria, "Fierce Flames are Raging".
Solo and Duet, "In the Combat".
Act III.
Soldiers' Chorus, Shake the Dice Box".
Aria, "Poor My Home Was".
Aria, "Strike Down that Dread Pyre".
(A Series of the above will be presented fortnightly: the full story of each Opera will be told, and as the story unfolds, the principal airs and choruses will be rendered.)

Contributors

Cellist: Beatrice Eveline
Leader of Orchestra: Nancy Lee
Conductor: Arthur Collingwood

: J. Douglas Gardiner: Golf Chat (No. 1)

Contributors

Speaker: J. Douglas Gardiner

: News: S.B. from London

Local News and Weather Forecast

: Operatic Night: Maurice Cole

Contributors

Pianist: Maurice Cole

: Operatic Night: Beatrice Eveline

Contributors

Cellist: Beatrice Eveline

: Operatic Night: Waltz in A

Op. 42 ........... Chopin

: The Savoy Bands

S.B. from London.

Contributors

Musicians: The Savoy Bands

: Close down

Contributors

Announcer: R. E. Jeffrey








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