by EDGAR T. COOK
From Southwark Cathedral
MONA LEIGH (Violin)
EDGAR T. COOK Introduction and Fugue in G Minor - Filson Young
Prelude on Hymn Tune, ' Irish ' - Kilson
In Exitu Israel - Hatanwood
MONA LEICH Romance in F - Beethoven
EDGAR T. COOK Fantasia and Fugue in G - Parry
MONA LEIGH Pastorale - Vaughan- Williams
Sieilienne and Rigaudon - Krcisler
EDGAR T. COOK Toccatina (King's Lynn) - Harvey Grace
Cradle Song - Harvey Grace
Scherzo - Harvey Grace
Laus Deo (Praise to God) - Harvey Grace
CECIL DIXON will play ' Ragamuffin' (John
Ireland) and other Pianoforte Solos
' The Pirate's Aunt' (to say nothing of his victims !)—a humorous Story written by W. W. Kersley Holmes
Sea Shanties (Terry) will be sung by REX PALMER ' Things to Remember when playing Association
Football,' by G. F. ALLISON
ALFRED M. WALL (Violin) CARL FUCHS (Violoncello)
EDGAR L. BAINTON (Pianoforte)
Allegro energico ; Presto non assai ; Andante grazioso ; Allegro molto
THIS is very big and solid music which the ordinary listener who does not know it, may find rather strong nourishment. But none can fail to hear in it something of dignity and strength, and all its melodies are clear and easily recognized...
It is emphatically a piece which it is well worth while to try to enjoy, even though the listener may think it above his head ; and it is quite short, the longest movement taking only six minutes to play, and the shortest little more than three.
Trio in B Flat (K. 502) Allegro ; Larghetto ; Allegretto , - Mozart
ANNE THURSFIELD (Soprano) Song of the Shadows - Gibbs
The Market Girl - Bax
Early Morning - Peel
The Bucklo - Bliss
Japanese Death Song - Sharp
Don't come in, Sir, please - Carpenter
TRIO Trio in C Minor - Brahms
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