by the BRITISH MUSIC SOCIETY.
Relayed from the Music Room, Seaford House,
(By kind permission of Lord
Howard de Walden.)
MARJORIE HAY WARD.
KATHLEEN LONG. Pianoforte Quintet Ernest Bloch Agitato ; Andante Mistico ;
Allegro Energico. A. FRANSELLA.
LEON GOOSSENS ,
H . BERLY .
A Programme Arranged and Directed by CECIL LEWIS.
I. WESTMINSTER AND WHITEHALL.
II. PICCADILLY AND HAMPSTEAD HEATH.
The Music will include :
Old London Street Cries.
A Movement from the London Symphony by Vaughan Williams.
In a Tube Train - A Conversation by Arthur Bliss.
Albert Chevalier Songs.
Hampstead Heath from Suite, "London Day by Day," Mackenzie.
The Speech will include :
A Sonnet by Wordsworth.
A Scene from â€œOliver Cromwell," a Play, by John Drinkwater.
Dialogues by Mabel Constanduros.
The Artists will include: CLARE HARRIS, CYRIL LIDINGTON, MARY O'FARRELL, IRENE RORKE, MILTON ROSMER.
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