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: Organ Recital from St. Michael's

Cornhill. Organist,
Dr. Harold E. Darke.

Contributors

Organist: Dr. Harold E. Darke.

: "The Enchanted Canary Is. lands

" by E. Amot Robertson.

Contributors

Unknown: E. Amot Robertson.

: Orchestra from the East Ham Palais de Danse

Conducted by Victor Vorzanger.

Contributors

Conducted By: Victor Vorzanger.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Piano
Solos by Auntie Sophie. " The Wardle's Christmas Party," told by Uncle Rex. "Getting Ready for Christmas," by John Henry and Blossom.

Contributors

Solos By: Auntie Sophie.
Unknown: John Henry

: Dance Music by Alex Fryer's

Orchestra from the Rialto Theatre.

: "LE MYSTERE DE LA NATIVITE"

(Vieux Noël).
A Christmas Play.

: Musical Interlude.

THE LONDON CHAMBER
ORCHESTRA:
Conductor,
ANTHONY BERNARD.
Leader, SAMUEL KUTCHER.

Contributors

Leader: Anthony Bernard.
Leader: Samuel Kutcher.

: Serenade for Strings Warlock

Divertimento, No. 7, in D Mozart
(Two Horns, Bassoon and Strings.)

: Closing Portion of END OF TERM CONCERT.

Relayed from MARLBOROUGH
COLLEGE.
Sea Shanties.
School Songs, "The Song of Rugger" (Solo by a Prefect), "Bolly," and "The Old Bath
Road " (Solos by G. C. Turner , Master).
School Song, " All Aboard"
(Leavers and Everybody).
" Auld Lang Syne."

Contributors

Solos By: G. C. Turner

: . WEATHER FORECAST and 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Prof. GEORGE GORDON : " The
Humour of the Great Books-Charles Lamb. " Relayed from Oxford.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: George Gordon
Unknown: Charles Lamb.








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