The Augmented London Wireless Orchestra, Mr. Aylmer Buest, Conductor to British National Opera Company. Mr. Robert Parker, Bass; Miss May Blyth, Soprano; Mr. John Perry, Tenor, of the British National Opera Company.
Orchestra: Overture, "Rienzi" (Wagner).
Mr. John Perry: " Lohengrin's Narration" (Wagner).
Orchestra: Siegfried's Journey to the Rhine ("The Twilight of the Gods") (Wagner).
Miss May Blyth: Senta's Ballad from "The Flying Dutchman" (Wagner).
Orchestra: Overture, "The Flying Dutchman" (Wagner).
Mr. Robert Parker: Wotan's Farewell and the Fire Music ("The Valkyrie") (Wagner).
Orchestra: Prelude to Act III., "Lohengrin" (Wagner).
Miss May Blyth: Elizabeth's Greeting, from "Tannhauser" (Wagner).
Orchestra: "The Ride of the Valkyries" ("The Valkyries") (Wagner).
The Augmented London Wireless
Broadcast to all Stations
followed by London News and Weather Report.
Miss May Blyth and Mr. John Perry: Duet between Elizabeth and Tannhauser ("Tannhauser") (Wagner).
Orchestra: "Forest Murmurs" (Siegfried") (Wagner).
Mr. John Perry: Forging Songs from "Siegfried" (Wagner).
Orchestra: Overture, "Tannhauser" (Wagner).
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