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: FOR THE CHILDREN

" The Magician Who Tidied the World" (E. K. Woolmer , from the " Merry-Go-Round "). " When Brock Returned " (H. Mortimer Batten ). Songs.

Contributors

Unknown: E. K. Woolmer
Unknown: H. Mortimer Batten

: Dance Music.

JAY WHIDDEN and his
MIDNIGHT FOLLIES BAND.
FRANK WESTFIELD'S
ORCHESTRA from the Prince of Wales Playhouse, Lewisham.

Contributors

Unknown: Jay Whidden

: Lieut.-Col. C. P. HAWKES

" A Song in the Night."

: CHAMBER MUSIC.

Played by WYNN REEVES (Violin).
ALFRED HOBDAY (Viola).
AMBROSE GAUNTLETT
('Cello).
CECIL DIXON (Pianoforte).

Contributors

Violin: Wynn Reeves
Viola: Alfred Hobday
Cello: Ambrose Gauntlett
Pianoforte: Cecil Dixon

: Poetry Reading.

J. C. SQUIRE
Tennyson's " Revenge."

Contributors

Unknown: J. C. Squire

: A Famous Work.

Adagio-Allegro con Brio ; Adagio Cantabile ; Tempo di Menuetto ; Tema con Variazione ; Scherzo-Allegro Molto e V ivace ; Andante con Moto alla Marcia-Presto.
Played by THE COVENT GARDEN
SEFTET:
WYNN REEVES (Violin), ALFRED HOBDAY (Viola),
AMBROSE GAUNTLETT
('Cello),
VICTOR WATSON (Bass),
GEORGE ANDERSON
(Clarinet),
EDWARD DUBRUCQ (Bassoon),
FREDERICK SALKELD
(Horn).

Contributors

Violin: Wynn Reeves
Viola: Alfred Hobday
Cello: Ambrose Gauntlett
Bass: Victor Watson
Clarinet: George Anderson
Bassoon: Edward Dubrucq
Horn: Frederick Salkeld

: An Excerpt from " RIVERSIDE NIGHTS."

Relayed from the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith.
" In Queen Victoria's Ampler Days."
MARIE BRETT-DAVIES .
"We Met. 'Twas in a Crowd"
(1837).
Written and Composed by T. Haynes Bailey.
" Tommy, Make Room for Your
Uncle" (1876).
Written and Composed by T. S. Lonsdale.
VIOLET MARQUESITA ,
SCOTT RUSSELL ,
RICHARD GOOLDEN ,
JOAN CARR.
ELSA LANCHESTER.
." Please Sell No More Drink to My Father " (1888).
Words by H. B. Pratt. Music by C. A. White.
" The Policeman's Serenade."
(A Little Grand Opera.)
Written by A. P. Herbert. Music by Alfred Reynolds.
Scene : Outside a Gentleman's
Residence in Brook Green, W.6.

Contributors

Unknown: Marie Brett-Davies
Composed By: T. Haynes Bailey.
Composed By: T. S. Lonsdale.
Composed By: Violet Marquesita
Composed By: Scott Russell
Composed By: Richard Goolden
Unknown: Joan Carr.
Unknown: Elsa Lanchester.
Unknown: H. B. Pratt.
Music By: C. A. White.
Written By: A. P. Herbert.
Music By: Alfred Reynolds.

: Bach

interpreted by JOYCE ANSELL.
Sixth French Suite in E Major :
Allemande (Allegro Moderato ) ;
Courante (Vivace) ; Sarabande (Andante Lento, con Espressione); Gavotte (Allegro non troppo); Polonaise
(Allegretto) ; Bourree (Allegro Vivace) ; Menuet (Moderato) ; Gigue (Allegro).

Contributors

Unknown: Joyce Ansell.
Unknown: Allegro Moderato

: A Song Recital

by ARTHUR CRANMER.

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Cranmer.

: DANCE MUSIC.

THE SAVOY ORPHEANS, SAVOY HAVANA BAND, and the ROMAINE FIVE, from the Savoy Hotel.








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