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: Vladimoff's Balalaika Orchestra

"Behind the Forest Rise Black Clouds" (Lyric Song), (arr. Fomeen); "Chanson Triste" (Tchaikovsky); "I'm Sitting on a Stone" (Humorous Song), (arr. Fomeen).

Mr. Frederick J. Thurston, Solo Clarinet: Conzert Aria (Soweck): Sonata (Stanford).

Mr. Joseph Farrington (Bass): "Had a Horse" (Korbay); "Rosebud" (Korbay); "Shepherd See Thy Horse's Foaming Mane" (Korbay).

Balalaika Orchestra: "Pava" (Maiden's Dance from Russian Ballet), (Fomeen); "Berceuse Jocelyn" (Godard); "Fly, My Falcon, to My Sweet Home" (Folk Dance), (arr. Vladimoff).

Major Leonard R. Tosswill: "First Aid to the Injured", by Jan Stewer.

Balalaika Orchestra: "Greetings to England" (Valse), (Andreeff): "Serenade" (Tosselli); "Spanish Dance" (Andreeff).

Mr. Frederick J. Thurston: Polacca from "Mignon" (Thomas); Adagio from Mozart Concerto (Mozart).

Mr. Joseph Farrington: "Danny Dover" (Walter Damrosch); "She is Far from the Land" (Frank Lambert).

Balalaika Orchestra: "Czarina"(XVIth Cent. Wedding Song), (arr. Fomeen); "October" (Tchaikovsky); "Polianka" (Cossacks' Dance), (arr. Vladimoff).

Contributors

Musicians: Vladimoff's Balalaika Orchestra
Clarinettist: Frederick J. Thurston
Bass: Joseph Farrington
Reader (First Aid to the Injured): Major Leonard R. Tosswill
Author (First Aid to the Injured): Jan Stewer

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Contributors

Announcer: R. F. Palmer

: The Royal Engineers' String Band

by permission of the Commandant, S.M.E., Chatham. (Director of Music: Lieut. Neville Flux, F.R.A.M.)
Overture, "Rakoczy" (Keler-Bela); Selection, "La Gioconda" (Gonchielli).

The City of London Choir College: Hymn, "Hark, Hark, My Soul" (223 A. & M.).

Contributors

Musicians: The Royal Engineers' String Band
Director of Music: Lieut. Neville Flux
Singers: The City of London Choir College

: The Rev. R.T. Newcombe, M.C.

St. Michael's, Hull: Religious Address.

The Choir: Hymn, "All People that on Earth Do Dwell" (166 A. & M.).

The Rev. H.R.L. Sheppard, Vicar of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, on the Trafalgar Square "Call to National Righteousness" Meeting.

The Band: "Gipsy Suite" (Edward German): 1. "Valso Melancolique" (Lonely Life); 2. "Allegro" (The Dance); 3. "Menuetto" (Levi Duet); 4. "Tarantella" (The Revel).

M. Romano Ciaroff (Tenor): "The North Star" (Glinka); "Mad Nights" (Tchaikovsky).

The Band: "Folk Tune and Fiddle Dance" (Fletcher); "Serenade", "Pizzicati" (Midge).

Contributors

Speaker: The Rev. R.T. Newcombe
Speaker: The Rev. H.R.L. Sheppard
Tenor: M. Romano Ciaroff

: General News Bulletin

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M. Romano Ciaroff: "Sirene" (Gretchaninoff); "Addio" (Good-bye), (Tosti).
The Band: Waltz, "The King and Queen" (Eilenberg): "Danse Negie" (Coleridge Taylor); "Slavonic Dance", No. 3 (Dvorak).

Contributors

Tenor: M. Romano Ciaroff

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Contributors

Announcer: A. R. Burrows








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