McKay (Contralto). Eminent Women Interviewed: Mrs. Henry Sedgwick (Educational Pioneer). Organ and Orchestral Music relayed from Shepherd's Bush Pavilion. "Insects with Human Professions," bv Arnot Robertson.
Foreign items included for Contrast.
VICTOR CARNE (Tenor).
THE CATHEDRAL SINGERS:
GLADYS CURRIE , ALBERT WHITE -HEAD, TAYLOR HARRIS ,
VIOLET GORDON WOODHOUSE (the Eminent Harpsichord Player).
The Programme Compiled and Explained by PHILIP HESELTINE ("Peter Warlock"). All the Ayres transcribed from the Original
Editions by Peter Warlock and Philip Wilson.
Victor Carne. Violet Gordon Woodhouse. (From the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book.) The Cathedral Singers. Victor Carne. Violet Gordon Woodhouse. Additional Group of Harpsichord Solos. The Cathedral Singers.
Folk Song Group.
Scotch Brawl (from Alexander Stralloch 's
The Irish Ho-hoane (from the Fitzwilliam
" Newcastle "
" Heddon of Fawsley" (English Folk-Songs,
" Hunsdon House " collected by Ceci Morris Jig ("I'll Go Sharp and arranged and Enlist") for the harpsichord
Staines Morris ....... by Violet Gordon
Brighton Camp ....... Woodhouse.)
Presents for the First Time this Season,
VIOLET WENDERBY (Soprano); GERTIE VINCENT (Comedienne); DOROTHY HOLDEN (Pianiste) ;
FRANK THORDEN (Entertainer);
HARRY HEARNE (Comedian);
ROBERT CARR (Baritone).
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