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: ISOBEL GRAY

(Solo Pianoforte).
THE SALISBURY SINGERS.
The Eastbourne Musical Festival
Opening Ceremony.

: “ Carnival Overture" ... Dvorak

Conducted by Captain H. G. AMERS , T.D.

Contributors

Conducted By: Captain H. G. Amers

: “ Polonia ” ......... ....... Elgar

Conducted by Sir Edward Elgar , O.M.

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir Edward Elgar

: ” Sea Pictures ” ......... Elgar

Sung by ASTRA DESMOND .

Contributors

Sung By: Astra Desmond

: Eighth Children's Concert.

Arranged by the PEOPLE'S CONCERT
SOCIETY.
In co-operation with the BRITISH BROADCASTING
COMPANY.
1.-Introduction.
ARTHUR R. SAUNDERS and THE BATTERSEA
ORCHESTRA.
(Strings Section)
Conductor,
CHARLES WOODHOUSE.
3.-Five Minutes' Sing-Song by the Audience.
PART II.
1.-Introduction.
2.-'Cello Solo.
3.-Three Folk Dances (Arr. for
String Orchestra by Rutland Boughton).
Hornpipe; Weary Wave o'
Tyne; Culloden.

: Anita Vaughan.

THE RADIO QUARTET.

: Mr. PERCY SCHOLES. The

B.B.C. Music Critic.

: Sir OLIVER LODGE

F.R.S.,
D.Sc., "Clerk Maxwell" (Born Nov. 13th, 1831).
Light Music.

: The Valkyrie

(Act III.).
Performed by the B.N.O.C.
Conductor,
Albert Coates.
Relayed from
The Opera House, Manchester.

Contributors

Conductor: Albert Coates.

: Ernest Butcher

and Muriel George
In Folk Songs and Duets.

: Violin

Flute and Harpsichord.
JOHN COATES LOUIS FLEURY
VIOLET GORDON
WOODHOUSE

Contributors

Harpsichord: John Coates
Harpsichord: Louis Fleury
Harpsichord: Violet Gordon

: WEATHER FORECAST and 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Talk on International ; the Rt. Hon. Viscount CEClL of CHELWOOD.

: THE CO-OPTIMISTS

relayed from
His Majesty's Theatre.

: JACK HYLTON'S BANDS

at
THE PICCADILLY HOTEL.








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