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: Camille Couturier's Orchestra,

relayed from Restaurant Fraseati.

: THE NEW GALLERY KINEMA ORCHESTRA

conducted by FRED KITCHEN. Relayed from the New Gallery.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Piano Solos and Dance Music.
" Johnnie" (H. Mortimer Batlen). A Peep at the Famous " Blue Train (Cecil J. Allen ).

Contributors

Unknown: H. Mortimer
Unknown: Cecil J. Allen

: Orchestral Music.

ALEX FRYER 'S ORCHESTRA, from the Rialto Theatre.

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Fryer

: The Week's Work in the Garden

by the Royal Horticultural
Society.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

The Rev. F. KEELING SCOTT :
"A Visit to 'Egypt.''

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. F. Keeling Scott

: Schumann

(1810 1856).
Further Pianoforte Works interpreted by HILDA DEDERICH.
Fantasia. Op. 17. in C.
Movements 1 and 2 (Part I.).

Contributors

Unknown: Hilda Dederich.

: " At the Villa Rose "

(Continued).
The Serial Story by A. E. W. MASON.

Contributors

Story By: A. E. W. Mason.

: ARMADA PROGRAMME.

HORACE STEVENS
(Bass-Baritone).
THE WIRELESS CHORUS :
Chorus Master.
STANFORD ROBINSON.
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by
GODFREY BROWN.
CHORUS and ORCHESTRA.

Contributors

Bass-Baritone: Horace Stevens
Unknown: Godfrey Brown

: A Humorous Interlude.

JACK SMITH
(The Whispering Baritone).

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Smith

: BACH.

(Bach died July 28th, 1750.)
HORACE STEVENS
(Bass-Baritone). JAMES CHING (Solo Pianoforte).
THE WIRELESS CHORUS :
Chorus Master.
STANFORD ROBINSON.
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by GODFREY BROWN.
Suite in D for Strings.
Chorales :
" From IllDo Thou )
Defend Me " .... St.
" 0 Lord. Who Dares Matthew to Smite Thee" Passion")
Brandenburg Concerto. No.5, in D, for Flute, Violin, Piano, and Strings.
Allegro-Affetuoso-Allegro.
(Solo Flute, FRANK ALMGILL.
Solo Violin,
S. KNEALE KELLEY.
Solo , Pianoforte,
JAMES CHING.)
HORACE STEVENS
(with ORCHESTRA).
Aria. " Good Fellows, Be Merry "
(" Peasant Cantata ").
JAMES CHING
(Solo Pianofoite).
French Suite in E Major.
Allemande : Courante ; Sarabande ; Gavotte ; Polonaise ; Bourree ; Minuet; Gigue.
CHORUS.
" Sanctus " (Mass in B Minor).

Contributors

Bass-Baritone: Horace Stevens
Conducted By: Godfrey Brown.
Flute: Frank Almgill.
Violin: S. Kneale Kelley.
Unknown: Horace Stevens








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