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Solo Instrumental Afternoon by Members of the Wireless Orchestra. Nan Davidson (Pianoforte), Marie Sutherland (Pianoforte), Walter Benson (Oboe). The Wireless Quartet. Feminine Topics.


Pianoforte: Nan Davidson
Pianoforte: Marie Sutherland
Pianoforte: Walter Benson


Auntie Janet with Songs and Stories of the " Never Never Land."

: Boys' Brigade News Bulletin

" Summer
Activities in the Boys' Brigade-Athletic Sports." Music by J. Ogilvie Skea , Convener, No. 4 District.


Music By: J. Ogilvie Skea

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Stamp Corner

Talk by Mr. W. EDMUND BELL , F.S.A. (Scot.).
With the Composer Maurice Besly.
BELLA REDFORD (Mezzo-Suprano).


Talk By: Mr. W. Edmund Bell
Unknown: Maurice Besly.
Unknown: Bella Redford
Bass: Reginald Whitehead

: During this evening

songs will be sung by BELLA REDFORD (Mezzo-Soprano) from the undermentioned :
Scena, " Phaedra " ..... (9) " Ah, the Lark."
"The Second Minuet " ..... (9)
(With Orchestral Accompaniment.)
0 Lily, Lady of Loveliness."
(With String Accompaniment.)
" A Song of Proserpine " ..... (9) "Lover's Lullaby " ..... (9) "Khan Zada. "
Four Poems " ..... (9) " The Little Waves of Breffny ......... (9) "Three Little Fairy Songs .......... (15)
"The Fairv Children"; "Canterbury
Bells"; " Bluebell and Dewbell."
"Someone" ..... (9)
REGINALD WHITEHEAD (Bass) will sing:
" Music When Soft Voices Die " ..... (9) "Freights" ..... (9) Time You Old Gipsy Man" ..... (9) The Donkey" ..... (9) "Apple Winds .................................. (9) "As One May Sip." ("An Epitaph").
Portrait of a Dancer in Red."


Mezzo-Soprano: Bella Redford
Unknown: Khan Zada.
Bass: Reginald Whitehead


S.B. from London.
Capt. P. P. ECKERSLEY. S.B. from
Local News.


Unknown: Capt. P. P. Eckersley.


S.B. from Lon- don.

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