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: Vladimoff's Russian Balalaika Orchestra

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Two Russian Folk Songs (arr. Vladimoff): "Dreams" Waltz (Andreeff): March from Russian Ballet (Puni).

Marguerite Davis (Soprano): 3 "Songs of old London" (Herbert Oliver): 1. "London Spring Song". 2. "Nightingales of Lincoln's Inn". 3. "May-Day at Islington".

Constance Izard (Solo Violin): Chanson Meditation (Poppenet-Kreisler); Waltz in A (Brahms-Hochstein); Serenade (Chaminade-Kreisler).

David Openshaw (Baritone): "The Company Sergeant-Major" (Sanderson); "Red Devon by the Sea" (Coningsby Clarke); "Up From Somerset" (Sanderson).

Beatrice Bellini (Solo Pianoforte): Studies in F Minor and A Flat Major (Chopin); Polonaise in A Flat (Chopin).

Balalaika Orchestra: "Mower's Song" (Glinka); Barnby's "Sweet and Low" (Russian. setting by Fomeen); "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers" (Leon Jessel).

Marguerite Davis: 3 Old Irish Airs (arr. by Alfred Moffat): 1. "Terence's Farewell". 2. "Kate O'Shane". 3. "The Cruiskeen Lawn".

Constance Izard: Old English Pieces (arc. Moffat): 1. "The Admiral's Galliard". 2. Larghetto (Handel). 3. Gavotte (Gossec).

David Openshaw: "A Russian Wedding Song" (Arnold); "Sanctuary" (Hewitt); "The West Wind" (Stewart).

Beatrice Bellini: "Hungarian Rhapsody, No. 6" (Liszt); "The Wind" (By request) (Alkan).

Balalaika Orchestra: "Bridal Kiss", Russian Wedding Song (arr. by Fomeen); "In Church" (Tchaikovsky); "Bareenia", Merry Russian Dance- (Traditional).


Musicians: Vladimoff's Russian Balalaika Orchestra
Soprano: Marguerite Davis
Violinist: Constance Izard
Baritone: David Openshaw
Pianist: Beatrice Bellini

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: John Collinson (Tenor)

"If With All Your Hearts" ("Elijah") (Mendelssohn). Hymn, "Lo, He Comes With Clouds Descending".

Religious Address

Rev J.T. Barkby, (Secretary of the Primitive Methodist Missionary Society).

Hymn, "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel".


Tenor: John Collinson Addresser: Rev. J. T. Barkby

: 2LO Light Orchestra

Festival March, "Cornelius" (Mendelssohn); Suite, "Rustic Revels" (Fletcher): 1. "Dane-in' On the Green". 2. "At Quality Court". 3. "All the Fun of the Fair".

Catherine Aulsebrook (Contralto): "Love's Coronation" (Aylward); "The Little Silver Ring" (Chaminade); "The Rosary" (Nevin).

Orchestra: "The Clock is Playing" (Blaauw).

John Collinson: "Elegic" (Massenet); "Prize Song" ("Mastersingers") (Wagner).

Orchestra: Selection, "Bric-a-Brac" (Monckton).


Musicians: 2LO Light Orchestra
Contralto: Catherine Aulsebrook
Tenor: John Collinson

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Announcer: A. R. Burrows

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