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: Afternoon Topics

Miss E. C.
Barnett, B.Se., "A Holiday At Home-(3) A Breath of the Moors."

: ELLA RUNCIE

(Contralto).

: Steadman's Symphony Orchestra

relayed from the Electric
Theatre.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

M. STEPHAN : " L'Etui de Nacre." S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: M. Stephan

: MENDELSSOHN interpreted

by MAURICE COLE. S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice Cole.

: Dame HENRIETTA BARNETT

D.B.E., and the Rt.
Hon. Lord BURNHAM : " The Influence of the Press." S.B. from London.

: PHILEMON.

S.B. from London.

: Chamber Music.

THE ABERDEEN
QUARTET:
ALEX MADISKY (1st Violin); ALEC NICOL (2nd Violin);
PAUL ASKEW (Viola);
J. H. SHAW ('Cello).

Contributors

Violin: Alec Nicol
Viola: Paul Askew
Cello: J. H. Shaw

: CHORAL ANDORCHESTRAL MUSIC.

Solo Baritone,
ALEXANDER MACGREGOR.
THE ABERDEEN STATION CHOIR.
THE WIRELESS
ORCHESTRA :
Leader, ALEX MADISKY.
Conductor,
ARTHUR COLLINGWOOD.
TWO BORDER BALLADS for Chorus and Orchestra
(Hamish MacCunn). " Kinmont Willie ";
"The Jolly Goshawk."
THREE CHORAL DANCES for Chorus and Orchestra.
(" Prince Igor ") (Borodin).
SONGS OF THE OPEN AIR for Solo Baritone, Chorus and Orchestra.
(J. R.Dear.)

Contributors

Baritone: Alexander MacGregor.
Leader: Alex Madisky.
Conductor: Arthur Collingwood.
Unknown: Kinmont Willie

: Weather Forecast and News

Prof. D.F. Tovey, Mus.Doc., "Music and the Ordinary Listener."
S.B. from Edinburgh.

Local News.

Contributors

Speaker: Professor D.F. Tovey

: DANCE MUSIC.

BERT FIRMAN 'S
CARLTON HOTEL BAND.
S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: Bert Firman








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