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: THE LONDON RADIO DANCE BAND,

directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN
CYRIL LIDINGTON (Entertainer)

: A LIGHT CLASSICAL CONCERT.

LESLEY DUDLEY (Soprano) ; EVELYN RUEGG (Violin); BERTHA HACART (Pianoforte)

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

' YOURS VERY SINCERELY!'
First delivery 5.15 p.m.
There will be others during the Programme
The Pillar Box ' provided by Tony GALLOWAY
Answers to Correspondonts, by Aunt PRISCILLA
(in person)
' Notes ' by THE OLOF SEXTET

: THE LONDON RADIO DANCE BAND

directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

BEETHOVEN VARIATIONS for Pianoforte
Played by JOHN PAUER
Six Variations on an original Theme in F, Op. 34
7.25 Sir EDWARD DENISON Ross : ' Eastern Art and Literature-V, Persian Culture '

: VARIETY

WILL GARDNER (Entertainer)
MUNRO and MILLS
(Syncopation on Two Pianos)
CAROL BALAN and his GIPSY BAND
RUBY MILLER AND Co.
In a Sketch
'GREAT HEIGHTS' by H. C. G. STEVENS

: SALVATION ARMY COMPOSERS' FESTIVAL CONCERT

MASSED BANDS
March, Under Two Flags' (Composed in 1918 by Adjutant Bramwell-
INTERNATIONAL TRAINING GARRISON SINGERS
Song for Full Chorus, ' I am the Resurrection and the Life' (Words and Music by Major Coller, Conducted by the Composer)
THE INTERNATIONAL STAFF BAND
Selection, 'Cleansing Current' (Composed by Lieut.-Colonel Goldsmith, Conducted by the Composer)
MASSED BANDS
Selection, ' Adoration ' (Composed by Captain
Eric Ball )
THE BANDS TAKING PART IN THE MASSED
PLAYING ARE :
THE INTERNATIONAL STAFF BAND
CHALK FARM BAND
CAMBRIDGE HEATH BAND
REGENT HALL BAND
PENOE BAND and CONGRESS HALL BAND
(Clapton)

: VARIETY

(Continued)

: DANCE MUSIC:

KETTNER's FIVE, under the direction of GEOFFREY GIELDER , from Kettnor's Restaurant








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