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: Afternoon Topics.

Dance Music.
THE WIRELESS DANCE
. ORCHESTRA:
Conductor, DAVID H. DAVID.

Contributors

Conductor: David H. David.

: Steadman's Symphony Orchestra

relayed from the Electric
Theatre.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Mr. H. MORTIMER BATTEN

F.Z.S., " Great Heroes of the Wild-Rama, the Snowflake- The Story of a Wild Goat Who Led Sheep." S.B. from Edinburgh.
CHAMBER MUSIC.
ALEX MADISKY (1st Violin);
ALEC NICOL (2nd Violin) ;
ADAM MIDDLETON (Viola);
J. H. SHAW ('Cello).

Contributors

Violin: Alec Nicol
Viola: Adam Middleton
Cello: J. H. Shaw

: Quartet

Op. 29 ..... Schubert
Allegro ma non troppo ; An-dante ; Menuetto - A He - gretto, Allegretto Moderato.
ALEX MADISKY (Violin) and NAN DAVIDSON (Pianoforte).
Sonata in D Minor, Op. 27, for
VERSE RECITAL. Under the auspices of the SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION
FOR THE SPEAKING OF
VERSE.

Contributors

Unknown: Allegretto Moderato.
Pianoforte: Nan Davidson

: Reciter

ALISON H. CAIRNS.
A FORETASTE OF SPRING.
THE WIRELESS
ORCHESTRA: Conductor, WALTER BENSON-

: Suite

" From the Countryside
Contes
" In the Meadows"; " Among the Poppies"; "At the Fair."

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

" Tho Human Factor in Industry
-A Discussion on Skill in Work and Play." S.B. from London.
Local News.

: Scenes for Chorus and Orchestra

from "Tannhäuser", "Lohengrin", "The Mastersingers" (Wagner, arr. Fletcher)
The 2BD Operatic Choir
The Wireless Orchestra: Leader, Alex Madisky; Conductor, Arthur Collingwood

Contributors

Leader: Alex Madisky
Conductor: Arthur Collingwood.








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