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: M. Stéphan

"Elementary French.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

'Cello Solos by Beatrice Eveline.
The Wicked Uncle Goes Swimming.

Contributors

Solos By: Beatrice Eveline.

: FRANK WESTFIELD'S ORCHESTRA

from the Prince of Wales Playhouse,
Lewisham.

: THE NATIONAL SAVINGS MOVEMENT.

Speeches on the Occasion of the 10th Anniversary Meeting.
Relayed from
ROYAL ALBERT HALL.
H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES
(Chairman).
The Rt. Hon. WINSTON
CHURCHILL, M.P., P.C., C.H. (Chancellor of the Exchequer).
The Rt. Hon. The Marquis of READING. P.C., G.C.V.O . G.M.I.E.. etc.
Mrs. PHILIP SNOWDEN.
Sir ROBERT M. KINDERSLEY
G.B.E.
His Grace The Duke of ATHOLL. K.T., G.C.V.O.
The Rt. Hon. Lord ISLING-
TON. P.C.. G.C.M.G.
Major-General the Rt. Hon.
J. E. B. SEELY, P.C.. C.M.G.

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs. Philip Snowden.
Unknown: Sir Robert M. Kindersley

: Chopin

interpreted by NIEDZIELSKI
Nocturne, Op. 32, No. I.
Mazurka No. 25 (B Minor).

: Mr. PERCY SCHOLES

The
B.B.C. Music Critic.

: Murray Ashford's Felixstowe Entertainers.

Under the Direction of WILBY LUNN.
Relayed from the Summer Theatre, Ranelagh
Gardens, Felixstowe.
THE COMPANY. THE COMPANY.
Concerted Burlesque. Accompanist,
DOROTHY BRADSHAW

Contributors

Accompanist: Dorothy Bradshaw

: CHAMBER MUSIC.

An All-British Programme.
THE MUSIC SOCIETY
STRING QUARTET:
AXDRE MANGEOT- (Violin) ;
BORIS PECKER (Violin) ;
HENRY J. BERLY (Viola) ;
JOHN BARBIROLLI
(Violoncello).
FREDERICK THURSTON
(Clarinet).
VICTOR HELY HUTCHINSON
(Pianoforte).
THE QUARTET.

Contributors

Violin: Boris Pecker
Viola: John Barbirolli
Clarinet: Frederick Thurston
Pianoforte: Victor Hely Hutchinson








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