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: Popular Chamber Music.

THE BORIS PECKER
STRING QUARTET:
BORIS PECKER
(1st Violin);
DOROTHY CHURTON
(2nd Violin) ;
MARY STEWART
' (Viola) ;
EDITH CHURTON
(Violoncello).
Assisted bv
ETHEL BARTLETT
(Pianoforte).
ETHEL BARTLETT with BORIS PECKER ,
MARY STEWART and EDITH CHURTON.

Contributors

Unknown: Boris Pecker
Unknown: Boris Pecker
Violin: Dorothy Churton
Viola: Mary Stewart
Viola: Edith Churton
Pianoforte: Ethel Bartlett
Pianoforte: Ethel Bartlett
Unknown: Boris Pecker
Unknown: Mary Stewart
Unknown: Edith Churton.

: BORIS PECKER

EDITH CHURTON, and ETHEL BARTLETT.

: . THE QUARTET

with ETHEL BARTLETT.

: SERVICE.

With an Address bv the Rev. H. R. L. SHEPPARD.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. H. R. L. Sheppard.

: The Week's Good Cause

The Hospitals' Welfare Society: Appeal by Sir GEORGE HUME.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir George Hume.

: The Royal ArtiHery String Band.

(By kind permission of the Officers
Royal Artillery.)
Conductor,
Capt. E. C. STRETTON , M.V.O.,
R.A. ETHEL HOOK (Contralto).
THE BAND.

Contributors

Conductor: Capt. E. C. Stretton
Unknown: R.A. Ethel








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