By Permission of Col. B.N. Sergison-Brooke, C.M.G., D.S.O.
Director of Music, Lieutenant G. Miller, L.R.A.M.
"Marche Slave" ... Tchaikovsky
Suite de Ballet "The Seasons" ... Glazounow
Olga Alexeeva (Soprano)
"The Dreary Steppe" ... Grechaninov
"The Cradle Song" ... Tchaikovsky
"Snowdrops" ... Grechaninov
"Three Pieces" ... Tchaikovsky
Selection, "Eugene Onegin" ... Tchaikovsky
The Novelty Trio will entertain.
"Caprice Espagnol" ... Rimsky-Korsakov
(a) "Dance Russe"} ... Moszkowski
(b) "Tarantello" }
"The Soldier's Wife" ... Rachmaninoff
"Bell Chimes" ... Gliere
"The Sea" ... Rimsky-Korsakov
"Suite Symphonique", "Scheherazade" ... Rimsky-Korsakov
Old Dance Music
10.15 The Novelty Trio
More Old Dance Music
The Band of His Majesty's Grenadier
Director of Music:
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