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: Talk to Schools

Sir Leslie
Mackenzie, LL.D., M.D.

: Talk

"Out of Doors," by A.
Bonnet Laird.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Mr. J. S. CHISHOLM

Horticultural Bulletin.

: Mr. G. M. ERASER

" Patron
Saints and Church Dedications." S.B. from Aberdeen.
A Mendelssohn Night.
(Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy ,
Born February 3rd, 1809.)
GLADYS CLARK (Solo Violin).
JOHN PETRIE DUNN
(Pianoforte).
L. SHEPHERD MUNN
(Solo Pianoforte).
ROBERT BURNETT (Baritone).
THE STATION STRING
QUARTET :
WALDO CHANNON
(1st Violin):
MARGARET HENDERSON
(2nd Violin);
JOSEPH SMITH (Viola); CHESTER HENDERSON
(Violoncello).

Contributors

Unknown: Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Unknown: Gladys Clark
Pianoforte: John Petrie Dunn
Baritone: Robert Burnett
Unknown: Waldo Channon
Violin: Margaret Henderson
Viola: Joseph Smith
Viola: Chester Henderson

: THE QUARTET.

First Movement from String
Quintet in A Major.
Scherzo from Quartet in E Flat,
Op. 44, No. 3.
Minuet from Quartet in D, Op.
44, No. 1.

: ROBERT BURNETT.

Selected Group of Songs by Mendelssohn.

: THE QUARTET.

Andante and Scherzo from Unfinished Quartet.
Canzonetta from String Quartet in E Flat, Op. 12.

: L. SHEPHERD MUNN.

Prelude and Fugue in E Minor,
Op. 35.
Rondo Capriccioso , Op. 14.

Contributors

Unknown: Rondo Capriccioso

: THE QUARTET.

Allegro (2nd Movement) from
Quartet in F Minor.
Scherzo from Quartet in F Minor,
Op. 44, No. 2.

: GLADYS CLARK and JOHN PETRIE DUNN.

Concerto in E Minor (Three
Movements).

: Programme

S.B. from
London.
DANCE MUSIC.

: " THE ROMANY REVELLERS

" from the Dunedin Palais de Danse.
THURSDAY, February 4th.








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