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S.B. from London.
JOHN COLLINSON (Tenor) in a Recital of Folk Songs of the Colonies.
MARGARET ANDERSON (Contralto). LEONARD ROBERTS AND
DAVID MILNER in a Banjo and Song Recital.
THE EUTERPE DANCE ORCHESTRA.

Contributors

Tenor: John Collinson
Contralto: Margaret Anderson
Contralto: Leonard Roberts
Contralto: David Milner

: Part I. . JOHN COLLINSON.

Australia-Aboriginal Folk Songs :
"Ah ! Wy-a-boo-ka " (" The Turtle Song ")
(As Sung by the Wellington Valley Tribe of Australia).

: JOHN COLLINSON.

Africa-Zulu Songs :
(With Tom-tom Accompaniment.)
Colonial-Dutch : -
" Mij mattras 'n jou combeirs."

: JOHN COLLINSON.

Zulu Songs:
(With Tom-tom Accompaniment.)
(Mr. Collinson will describe the conditions under which these Folk Songs are sung.)

: THE DANCE ORCHESTRA.

In Selections from their Repertoire.

: THE DANCE ORCHESTRA.

In Selections from their Repertoire.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Station Director's Talk. Local News.

: Programme

S.B. from London.








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