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, F.R.M.S., " In
Yorkshire Byeways-(2) The Commercial River of Leeds and Bradford."

: Memories of Old Yorkshire.

This evening we are attempting to revive memories of many of the old folk tunes of Yorkshire. To do this we are presenting, as chief feature in our programme, two short plays of Yorkshire country life, in dialect, written by Mr. Frank Kidson , M.A., who has also collected and arranged the authentic folk tunes. In order to obtain the right spirit at the outset, " On Ilkla' Moor Baht 'At," which might almost be called the National Anthem of Yorkshire, will be sung with a chorus. This will be followed by " Job and His Comforters," the Bret of the plays. The incidental music will consist of Yorkshire Country Dance Tunes, musically arranged by Miss Phoebe Johnson. After a short interval " The Elopement," an episode with folk-music, will be given, and our glimpse of Yorkshire will conclude with the Holmfirth Anthem Pratty Flowers," and " Three Yorkshire Dale Dances."


Written By: Mr. Frank Kidson
Arranged By: Miss Phoebe Johnson.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

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