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: ORGAN RECITAL

by Rev. CYRIL JACKSON
VYVYAN LEWIS (Violoncello)
Relayed from Southwark Cathedral

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Cyril Jackson
Unknown: Vyvyan Lewis

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: Piano Solos by Cecil Dixon. Songs by Rex Palmer. The Story of 'Henry, the " Lion of Justice " ' (Rowland Walker)-another little bit of ' History without Tears.' ' Up with the Lark,' a first Talk on the Pleasures and Perils of Flying, by Group-Captain ' X,' of the Royal Air Force

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

The Sonatas of Beethoven

: NELSON KEYS

A bright quarter of an hour of Mr. Keys' inimitable humour
(Picture on page 91.)

: A SCHUBERT PROGRAMME

SUMMER AUSTIN (Baritone) ; THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (Leader, S. KNEALE KELLEY
). Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
ORCHESTRA
Overture to ' Alfonso and Estrella ' Ballet Music from ' Rosamunde '

Contributors

Baritone: Summer Austin
Leader: S. Kneale Kelley
Conducted By: Stanford Robinson

: SUMNER AUSTIN

Das Wandem (Wandering) An die Leyer (To the Lyre) Die Forelle (The Trout)
Der Musensohn (The Son of the Muses)

: ORCHESTRA

Andante from Second Symphony in B Flat Scherzo from Seventh Symphony in C

: SUMNER AUSTIN

An die Laute (To the Lute) Fiseherweise (Fisher Song)
An die Nachtigall (To the Nightingale)
Der Jungling und der Tod (The Youth and Death) Mut (Courage)

: ORCHESTRA

Military March

: Rt. Hon. C. A. McCurdy: 'The Why and the Wherefore of the Advertising Exhibition'

THE RT. HON. C. A. McCURDY K.C., was Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Food in 1919, and became Food Controller in 1920. He was also a founder of the League of Nations Union.
His Talk will deal with the part that advertising plays in modern life, with particular reference to the Advertising Exhibition at Olympia.

: The Vauxhall Belles

A Light Romantic Opera in Two Acts
Written and Composed by Herbert Oliver
Adapted from incidents in Harrison Ainsworth's novel, 'The Miser's Daughter'

Contributors

Composed By: Herbert Oliver
Unknown: Harrison Ainsworth








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