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: Concert.

THE PEOPLE'S CONCERT
SOCIETY.
The first of four programmes of compositions by BEETHOVEN and MENDELSSOHN.
THE AUDREY CHAPMAN
ORCHESTRA:
Conductor,
FRANK BRIDGE.
PART I.

Contributors

Unknown: Audrey Chapman
Conductor: Frank Bridge.

: Mary Lohden (Soprano)

Dezso
Kordy (Solo Violoncello).

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Songs and Recitations by Hugh McNiel. " The Smuggler's Cave," told by Auntie Yvette.

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh McNiel.
Told By: Auntie Yvette.

: Dance Music.

ALEX FRYER 'S
ORCHESTRA, from the Rialto Theatre.

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Fryer

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Mr. G. A: ATKINSON: "Seen
On the Screen."

: Liszt.

Interpreted by ISABEL GRAY.
Part V.
" Annees do Pelerinage" (continued).
"On the 104th and 123rd
Sonnets of Petraria."

: Sir ALFRED ROBBINS

" Our
Earliest Newspapers-Why They Stayed."

: A Contra-Bass Recital

by VICTOR WATSON.

Contributors

Unknown: Victor Watson.

: SPEECHESAT THE CIVIL SERVICE DINNER

Toast:
" THE ROYAL FAMILY."
Proposer,
Sir WARREN FISHER , G.C.B.,
Secretary to the Treasury.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Warren Fisher

: Response

H.R.H. PRINCE
HENRY, K.G.,

: Toast

': HIS MAJESTY'S
CIVIL SERVICE."
Proposer. The Rt. Hon. STANLEY BALDWIN, M.P., Prime Minister.
Relayed from
The Connaught Rooms.

: Waltzes and Gavottes

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THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA. Conducted by DAN GODFREY.

Contributors

Conducted By: Dan Godfrey.

: A Recital of the Songs of Sir Frederic Cowen.

Soloists: CARRIE TUBB and BEN DAVIES.
Accompanied by the composer.

Contributors

Soloist: Carrie Tubb
Soloist: Ben Davies

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN

Talk on International Affairs.
Local News.

: Dance Music.

JAY WHIDDEN AND HIS
MIDNIGHT FOLLIES DANCE
ORCHESTRA, from the Hotel Metropole.

Contributors

Unknown: Jay Whidden








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