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: Afternoon Concert

Sophie Rowlands (Soprano), Mdme. Pauline Barker (Solo Harp), The Station Orchestra
(to 17.00)

Contributors

Soprano: Sophie Rowlands
Harpist: Pauline Barker
Musicians: The Station Orchestra

: Forecast and News

S.B. London.

Mr. Robert A. Smith
S.B. London.

Local News

Contributors

Speaker: Robert A. Smith

: Ulster Night

The Ulster Male Choir
Conductor, John Vine
The Ulster Amateur Flute Band
Conductor, William Blyth
Victoria Gordon (Contralto), R.L. O'Mealy (Irish Piper), Pauline Barker (Solo Harp), Reginald Dobson (Solo Violoncello)

7.30 R.L. O'Mealy
"Irish Jig," 9/8 time. "The Copper Lass," 6/8 time Jig. "Erin is My Home" (Irish Song Tune). "Billy Byrne of Ballymanus" (March). "The Donegall Reel." "O'Mealy's Hornpipe."

Flute Band

Contributors

Irish piper: R.L. O'Mealy
Musicians: The Ulster Amateur Flute Band
Conductor: William Blyth

: Ulster Night: Victoria Gordon

Contributors

Contralto: Victoria Gordon

: Ulster Night: Pauline Barker

Harp Solo, Selected.

Choir

Contributors

Harpist: Pauline Barker

: Ulster Night: R. L. O'Mealy

Irish Song Tunes, Lamentations, Jigs, Reels and Hornpipes, including "The Flogging Reel" and "The Mother's Lamentation."

Contributors

Irish piper: R.L. O'Mealy

: Ulster Night: Victoria Gordon

Contributors

Contralto: Victoria Gordon

: Ulster Night: Choir

David McAlpine and Chorus.

Contributors

Bass: David McAlpine

: Forecast and News

S.B. London.

Mr. F. A. Mitchell Hedges
S.B. London.

Local News

Contributors

Speaker: F. A. Mitchell Hedges

: Close down

Contributors

Announcer: Walter Montagu-Douglas-Scott








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