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: THE CARLTON HOTEL OCTET

Directed by RENE TAPPONNlER
From the Carlton Hotel

: The F.A. Cup

A Running Commentary on a Sixth
Round Cup Tie

: A Ballad Concert

JESSIE HEWSON (Soprano)
DAISY ScoTT (Flute)

: DAISY SCOTT

Allegretto and Idylle - Godard
Polonaise - Andusen

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR:

''ERBERT WINS A CAR'
A further adventure of the 'Erbert Family by the Author of ' The Professor and the Bee '

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

BEETHOVEN — VARIATIONS FOR PIANOFORTE Played by V. HELY HUTCHINSON

: Songs by Eric Coates

HUBERT EISDELL
(Tenor)
Song Cycle, ' The Mill o' Dreams'
Back o' the Moon;
Dream o' Nights
Bluebells
Songs:
Bv the North Sea Sea Rapture

: DAVID WISE (Violin) Mirage ( Romance )

Under the Stars (' Chanson ')
(Tiie Composer at the Pianoforte)

: HUBERT EISDELL

I pitch my lonely Caravan Little Lady of the Moon Homeward to you
(THE COMPOSER at the Pianoforte)

: Leicester Brass Band Festival

MASSED BAND CONCERT
In aid of the Leicester Royal Infirmary
Relayed from De Montford Hall , Leicester
(Conductor, Lieutenant J. ORD HUME)
The Bands taking part will be :
NORTHAMPTON SILVER PRIZE BAND
IBSTOCK UNITED PRIZE BAND
KIBWORTH SILVER BAND
LEICESTER IMPERIAL BAND
METROPOLITAN WORKS BAND, BIRMINGHAM
RUSHDEN TOWN SILVER PRIZE BAND
BAXENDALE'S (MANCHESTER) WORKS BAND
HASLAND SILVER PRIZE BAND
HUGGLESCOTE AND ELLISTOWN SILVER
PRIZE BAND
LUTON RED CROSS BAND
WIGSTON TEMPERANCE PRIZE BAND
KETTERING TOWN BAND WORKING MEN'S
CLUB
AMINGTON BAND
CALLENDER'S CABLE WORKS ' A ' BAND
HANWELL SILVER BAND
Organist, Mr. WALTER GROOCUOCK, E.R.C.O.,
L.R.A.M.. , ; ;
Drums and Bells, Mr. LEN COLLIS

: An Orchestral Concert

KINGSLEY LARK (Baritone)
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA.
Conducted by JOHN ANSELL








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