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: Concert

The Wireless Trio. " A Visit to
Verona," by Helen Greig Souter. Anne Skidmore (Contralto). " The Story of Some Famous Combs," by Florence Thornton Smith.

Contributors

Contralto: Helen Greig Souter.
Contralto: Anne Skidmore
Unknown: Florence Thornton Smith.

: Children's Corner

"The History of Whittington," Part 4, by Andrew Lang. Auntie Hilda at the Piano. "A Trip Round the World - Buenos Ayres." L.G.M. of the Daily Mail on "Latest News from Zoo Nurseries."

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Lang

: 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN and WEATHER FORECAST.

S.B. to all
Stations.
PERCY SCHOLES (the B.B.C. Music
Critic) : " The Fortnight's Music." S.B. to all Stations.
Talk by the Radio Society of Great Britain.
S.B. to all Stations.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Scholes

: Interval.

"The Mountaineers."
A Musical Comedy in Three Acts.
S.B. to Bournemouth.
Music by Reginald Somerville .
The Book by Guy Eden and Reginald Somerville
.
Produced and Conducted by L. STANTON JEFFERIES.
Cast :-
THE AUGMENTED WIRELESS
ORCHESTRA.
Period : The Early Part of Last Century.

Contributors

Music By: Reginald Somerville
Book By: Guy Eden
Unknown: Reginald Somerville
Conducted By: L. Stanton Jefferies.

: Act I.-A Frontier Alpine Village.

Act II.-Interior of Pierre's Chalet.

: 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN and WEATHER FORECAST.

S.B. to all Stations.
Lieut.-Col. J. T. C. MOORE BRABAZON,
M.C., M.P.. on " How Racing Improves the Motor Car in General."
Local News.

: The Mountaineers

(Continued.)
Act III.-A Frontier Alpine Village.
(A few weeks elapse between Acts II. and III.)

Musical Numbers in the Opera.
Act I.
1. Opening Chorus, " Hither Again on oar Market Day."
2. Entrance of Clarice, "Many Happy Returns of the Day."'
3. Song, " Was it the Sigh of a Passing Soul?"
4. Duet.... " Like the Summer Lightning."
5. Song ........................... " Travelling."
6. Diligence Chorus, " Once Again the Merry Jingle."
7. Duet " If You'll Tarry in This Valley."
8. Song ............................. " Doubting."
9. Quartette, "It Is Really Most Disarming."
10. Song and Chorus, " The Legend of the Edelweiss."
11. Finale, Act I., " Fair Maiden at Your Word I'll Take You."
Act II.
12. Opening Chorus
13. Duet ......... For Fury and Strife."
14. Duet, " Just Let Me Hold Your Little Hand."
15. Song ... " Although My Hair is Grey."
16. Entrance of Sergeant and Song.
17. Song... "The Sort of a Husband for Me."
18. Quintette
19. Chorus ..................... "Good Night."
20. Song .................................. Sleep."
20a Dream Pantomime Music.
21. Finale, Act II.
Act III.
22. Opening Chorus.
23. Waltz Song-Clarice and Chorus.
24. Song ...... " The Ship and the Wind."
25. Duet ......... " This Morning I Woke."
26. Soldiers' Chorus.
27. Entrance of Wedding Procession, "Hail! The Bride."
28. Ensemble.... " Now I Must Leave Thee."
29. Finale, Act III. " Rum a-tum-tum-tum."-

: Close down

Contributors

Announcer: J. G. Broadbent.








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