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: WEATHER FORECAST and.! NEWS.

S.B. from London. Mr. HERMAN KLEIN. S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Herman Klein.

: Musical Interlude.

S.B. from London.

: Symphony Concert. THE ORCHESTRA.

THE AUGMENTED STATION
ORCHESTRA :
Conducted by C. ARMSTRONG GIBBS , and E. GODFREY BROWN.
ROSE MYRTIL (Mezzo-Soprano).
Armstrong Gibbs.
Crossings Suite from the Fairy Play by Walter de la Mare. (Conducted, by the Composer.)

Contributors

Conducted By: C. Armstrong Gibbs
Conducted By: E. Godfrey Brown.

: ROSE MYRTIL.

" As I Lay in the Early Sun." " The Bells " (" Five Songs ").
" Neglected Moon " (" Midsummer Madness ").
" Arrogant Poppies " (" Midsummer Madness ").
(Accompanied by the Composer.)

: Trio for Violin

Violoncello and Pianoforte.
" Country Magic."
" Siestra " ; " The Open Road " ; "An
Old Song."
(ERNEST A. A. STONELEY,
REGINALD DOBSON , C.' ARMSTRONG GIBBS. )

Contributors

Unknown: Reginald Dobson
Unknown: Armstrong Gibbs.

: ROSE MYRTIL.

" When I Was One-and-Twenty." " Silver."
" To One Who Passed Whistling." " Five Eyes.".
(Accompanied by the Composer.)

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Ballet Music from Maeterlinck's " The
Betrothal."
(Conducted by the Composer).

: French and Russian. . THE ORCHESTRA.

1st Entr'acte in G Minor, Act II.
2nd Entr'acte in E Flat, Act III. 3rd Entr'acte in D Minor, Act IV.

: Suite

"Children's Tales" Liadov

: Overture

" La Nuit de Mai "
Rimsky-Korsakov

: Programme

S.B. from London.








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