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: Camille Couturier's Orchestra

from the Restaurant Frascati.

: Out of Doors

by A. Bonnet Laird.

Contributors

Speaker: A. Bonnet Laird

: The New Gallery Kinema Orchestra

Conducted by Fred Kitchen, relayed from the New Gallery Kinema.

Contributors

Musicians: The New Gallery Kinema Orchestra
Conductor: Fred Kitchen

: Organ Recital

by Reginal Foort
relayed from the New Gallery Kinema.

Contributors

Organist: Reginald Foort

: For the Children

"Pamela and the Elephant," by Edward Foster.

A Story by Dorothy Grenside.

Piano Improvisations.

Contributors

Writer (Pamela and the Elephant): Edward Foster
Storyteller: Dorothy Grenside

: Light Music

Alex Fryer's Orchestra from the Rialto Theatre.

Contributors

Musicians: Alex Fryer's Orchestra

: The Week's Work in the Garden

by the Royal Horticultural Society.

: Weather Forecast and 1st General News Bulletin

Mr. Risdon Bennett, M.A.: "Portland and the Isle of Purbeck."
S.B. from Bournemouth.

Contributors

Speaker: Mr. Risdon Bennett

: Cesar Franck

interpreted by Laffitte.

Prelude, Aria and Finale, Part I.

Contributors

Pianist: Laffitte

: Variety

Clare Alexander (Negro Impersonations).
The Allen Sisters (Duettists).
Malcolm Scott ("The Woman Who Knows").

Contributors

Performer: Clare Alexander
Singers: The Allen Sisters
'The Woman Who Knows' [female impersonator]: Malcolm Scott

: Symphony Concert

The Wireless Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Percy Pitt

Overture, 'The Barber of Baghdad'...Cornelius
Mediation ('Thais')...Massenet - solo violin S. Kneale Kelley
Krakowiak...Moszkowski

May Huxley (soprano) (with Orchestra):
Recit. and Aria, 'Ah! fors a lui' ('Traviata')...Verdi

The Orchestra:
Suite No. 1, 'L'Arlesienne'...Bizet

May Huxley (with piano):
Ecstasy...Rummel
Will o'the Wisp...Spross
Summer...Chaminade

The Orchestra:
Moto Perpetuo for Violins with Orchestral Accompaniment...Paganini

Contributors

Musicians: The Wireless Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Percy Pitt
Violinist: S. Kneale Kelley
Soprano: May Huxley

: Symphony Concert (Continued)

Symphonic Poem, 'Les Preludes'...Liszt

: Percy Grainger Programme

The Wireless Augmented Chorus
The Wireless Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Stanford Robinson

The Chorus:
'I'm Seventeen Come Sunday.'
Two Welsh Fighting Songs: 'The Camp'; 'The March of the Men of Harlech.'
The Orchestra:
'Shepherd's Hey.'
Unaccompanied Chorus:
'Irish Tune from County Derry.'
Unaccompanied Male Voices:
A Dollar and a Half a Day' (Sea Shanty).
The Orchestra:
'Mock Morris.'
The Chorus:
Marching Tune (Lincolnshire Folk Song).
'There was a Pig Went Out to Dig.'
(Unaccompanied Female Voices.)
'Sir Eglamore.'

Contributors

Conductor: Stanford Robinson








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