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: Concert

Popular Ballet Music.
The Wireless Quartet. Feminine Topics.

: Talk to Scholars

The Rev. Walter A. Mursell , M.A., on " Victorian Literature."

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Walter A. Mursell
Unknown: Victorian Litera

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

S.B. from London.
ARCHIBALD HADDON. S.B. from
London. Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Archibald Haddon.

: Mr. ALEXANDER STEVEN.

S.B. from Glasgow.
An Evening with Edward Macdowell.
S.B. to Edinburgh.
MARGARET STEWART (Soprano).
JEAN STEWART (Contralto). JOHN COOPER (Baritone).
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA.
MARIE SUTHERLAND and NAN DAVIDSON (Pianists).

Contributors

Unknown: Edward MacDowell.
Soprano: Margaret Stewart
Contralto: Jean Stewart
Baritone: John Cooper
Unknown: Marie Sutherland
Pianists: Nan Davidson

: Orchestra.

Symphonic Poem. "Launcelot and Elaine."

: Margaret Stewart.

" My Love and I "......... " You Love Me Not " ...... " In the Sky Where the Stars
Are Glowing "............... ----(4)
" Night Song " " The Chain of Roses "

: John Cooper.

" The Sea."
" Midsummer Lullaby." "Mv Jean "..............
" Thy Beaming Eyes " ..... (4)

: Jean Stewart.

" 0 Lowly Rose "
"Deserted".........
" Slumber Song " (4) " To a Wild Rose "J

: Marie Sutherland and Nan Davidson.

" Three Poems for Four Hands."

: Orchestra.

Suite No. 1 for Orchestra.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Sir HALFORD MACKINDER. S.B. from
London. Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Halford MacKinder.

: Margaret Stewart.

" Pansy."
" Bluebell."
" Mignonette."

: John Cooper.

" Long Ago " ...................... (4) " A Maid Sings " .................. (4)

: Jean Stewart.

" The West Wind Croons in the Cedar
Trees."
" Confidence."
" Through the Meadow."

: Close down.

Announcer : W. D. Simpson.

Contributors

Announcer: W. D. Simpson.








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