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: CECIL CHADWICK

At The Organ of The Classic Cinema

: The Children's Hour

Banjo and Saw Solos by EDDIE FERREE
Songs by HAROLD MILLER
Violin Solos by BERNADETTE TURLEY
' Monarch Minus Memory', by NORMAN HUNTER , told by CLIFTON HELLIWELL

Contributors

Solos By: Eddie Ferree
Songs By: Harold Miller
Solos By: Bernadette Turley
Unknown: Norman Hunter
Told By: Clifton Helliwell

: ' The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional News and Sports Bulletin

: ' The Second News'

Weather Forecast, Second General News Bulletin

: National Programme

(Weather Forecast for Northern Ireland at 9.35)

: 'Memories'

CHRISTINE MOORE (contralto)
ALBERT V. FROGGATT (baritone)
THE BELFAST WIRELESS
ORCHESTRA
Conductor, E. GODFREY BROWN
Selection of Henry Bishop's Songs SIR HENRY BISHOP, 1786 to 1855, was a considerable figure in the world of opera in his day. He composed a number of operas, more or less original,.but adapted, and it must be confessed distorted, a number of European operas which he gave at Covent Garden Theatre, of which he was for some time Director of Music. Bishop was one of the original founders of the Royal Philharmonic Society. ORCHESTRA Selection of Francesco Tosti's Songs
FRANCESCO PAOLO TOSTI was a favourite song writer and teacher of singing late in the nineteenth century. He was much at Court both in Italy and England as a teacher of singing to the Royal families. He was knighted in 1908 and died in 1916, leaving behind him a great number of melodious songs that had far greater merit than much contempory ballad-writing of his time.

Contributors

Contralto: Christine Moore
Baritone: Albert V. Froggatt
Conductor: E. Godfrey Brown








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