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: Dance Music.

THE ROYAL AUTOMOBILE
CLUB DANCE BAND, from the Royal Automobile Club.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

"How Robin Hood Was Taken Prisoner " (Adapted by C. E. Hodges ); "An Addition to the Suns Family " , A Star Talk by Captain Maurice Ainslie ; Songs and Piano Solos.

Contributors

Adapted By: C. E. Hodges
Talk By: Captain Maurice Ainslie

: ALEX FRYER'S ORCHESTRA

from the Rialto Theatre.

: WEATHER FORECAST and 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN

Mr. JAMES AGATE : Dramatic Criticism.

Contributors

Unknown: James Agate

: Schumann

(1810-1856).
Further Pianoforte Works interpreted by
HILDA DEDERICH.
Variations on the name " Abegg,"
Op. 1 (Complete) (Composed 1830).
(Dedicated to Countess Pauline d'Abegg.)
Novellettes : Op. 21, No. 5 in D Major.

Contributors

Unknown: Hilda Dederich.

: The Harmonies of Nature: Refuge

Contributors

Speaker: H. W. Shepheard-Walwyn

: END OF TERM CONCERT

under the direction of F. CUNNINGHAM WOODS,
M.A., Mus.Bac. (Oxon.),
Organist and Music Matter,
Assisted bv Mr. W. A. GARDNER
(St. Paul's, Covent Garden), relayed from
HlGHGATE SCHOOL.
THE SCHOOL ORCHESTRA.
Minuet and Trio from Suite in E Flat (No. 2) for Military Band, arranged for Strings and Piano, F. Cunningham Woods
THE SCHOOL SONG.

Contributors

Unknown: F. Cunningham Woods
Unknown: W. A. Gardner

: CHAMBER MUSIC.

THE KUTCHER STRING
QUARTET.
SAMUEL KUTCHER
(1st Violin).
CHARLES WOODHOUSE
(2nd Violin).
JAMES LOCKYER (Viola).
AMBROSE GAUNTLETT
('Cello).

Contributors

Unknown: Samuel Kutcher
Cello: Ambrose Gauntlett

: ELSIE SUDDABY

(Soprano),
With THE QUARTET.

: ELSIE SUDDABY

(with Piano).

: VARIETY.

NELLIE O'LIST
(Flute and Piccolo Solos and Vocal Numbers).
ALMA BARNES
(Songs, Patter and Instrumental Mimicry),
MONTE WOLFE
(Syncopated Numbers', and MALCOLM SCOTT
("The Woman Who Knows").

Contributors

Unknown: Monte Wolfe
Unknown: Malcolm Scott








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