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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).
Vladimoff's Russian Balalaika
"If With All Your Hearts" ("Elijah") (Mendelssohn). Hymn, "Lo, He Comes With Clouds Descending".
Rev J.T. Barkby, (Secretary of the Primitive Methodist Missionary Society).
Hymn, "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel".
John Collinson Addresser: Rev. J. T.
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).
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