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: THE TROOPING OF THE COLOUR

Relayed from THE HORSE GUARDS PARADE
The Trooping of the King's Colour is the most impressive display of military ceremonial that London sees during the year. The Ordinary Trooping of the Colour, that takes place every morning on the Horse Guards Parade is itself an imposing spectacle, and today's performance is carried out on a far grander scale by guards drawn from the whole Brigade of Guards.
The B.B.C.'s commentators will be in an ideal position, over the Horse Guards arch leading from Whitehall to the Parade. Directly below them will be the King himself, and the whole of the ceremony takes place under their eyes. The sharp words of command shouted across the square, the clang of rifle-butts and jingling of harness, and the music of the massed hands will all, it is hoped, come into the microphone, as well as the running commentary itself.

: PRINTERS' PENSION FUND CONCERT

Relayed frcm THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL
PART I
THE BAND OF H.M. SCOTS GUARDS, conducted by LIEUT. F. W. WOOD
THE ROOSTERS CONCERT PARTY Selections from their Repertoire
ESSIE ACKLAND , THE IMPERIAL STADIUM CHOIR and the BAND OF H.M. SCOTS GUARDS
Conducted by HENRY JAXON

Contributors

Conducted By: Lieut. F. W. Wood
Unknown: Essie Ackland
Conducted By: Henry Jaxon

: THE PRINTERS' PENSION FUND CONCERT. PART II

THE BAND OF H.M. SCOTS GUARDS
(Flute Obligato by Sergt. A. E. LUMLEY-HOLMES )
THE ROOSTERS CONCERT PARTY
ROBERT EASTON and THE STADIUM MALE VOICE CHOIR
Speech by The Rt. Hon. Lord Riddell
CONCERT PERFORMANCE of the FAMOUS MILITARY TATTOO MUSIC
As performed at the Imperial Stadium, Wembley, to over two million people, during August, September and October, 1925
THE BAND OF H.M. SCOTS GUARDS and THE IMPERIAL STADIUM CHOIR
Westminster Chimes
Retreat
GOD SAVE THE KING
EDWARD C. HOLMES at the Piano
STANLEY CURTIS at the Organ Concert under the sole direction of HENRY JAXON

Contributors

Unknown: A. E. Lumley-Holmes
Unknown: Robert Eastox
Unknown: Rt. Hon. Lord Riddell
Unknown: Edward C. Holmes
Piano: Stanley Curtis
Unknown: Henry Jaxon

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: Come to the Fair ! ' A Concert Party Programme by half-a-dozen well-known Children's Hour Artists

: BACH

Played by JAMES CHING French Suite in G Major

Contributors

Played By: James Ching

: VARIETY

THE DON VOCAL QUARTET
TEDDY BROWN (Xylophone and Saxophone)
OLIVE Fox (Comedienne)
MARIE DAINTON (Impersonations) KEL KEECH and BOBBY ALDERSON
(Syncopated Harmony on Banjulele, with Piano accompaniment)

Contributors

Unknown: Marie Dainton
Unknown: Kel Keech
Unknown: Bobby Alderson

: THE VICTOR OLOF SEXTET

' Overture to ' The Merry Wives of Windsor ' - Nicolai
JOHN Goss and THE CATHEDRAL MALE VOICE QUARTET The Sailor and young Nancy - E. J. Moeran
The Turtle-Dove - Vaughan Williams
Step in. young Man - E. J. Moeran
THE SEXTET Ballet Music (' Rosamunde - Schubert
Bavarian Dance, In the Hammersbach ' - Elgar
Intermezzo Harlequin - Ayckbourn
Hungarian Dance in G Minor - Brahms
JOHN Goss and THE CATHEDRAL MALE VOICE QUARTET Sea Shanties The Liverpool Girls - Olive Carey
Lowlands - S. Taylor Harris
Highland Laddie - S. Taylor Harris
THE SEXTET Selection from ' Die Fledermaus ' (' The Bat ') - Strauss
Valse, ' The Blue Danube ' - Strauss
JOHN Goss and THE CATHEDRAL MALE VOICE QUARTET The Frog and the Mouse - Kathleen Markwell
O Absalom, my Son - Henry Lawes
The Sergeant's Song (Thomas Hardy) - Hubert J. Foss
THE SEXTET Fantasia, ' Madame Butterfly ' - Puccini








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