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: Talk to Local Schools

Mr. Herbert Bardgett : "Musical Appreciation."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Herbert Bardgett

: Signor Calamani and his Orchestra

relayed from the Scala Theatre, Leeds.

: Children's Corner

Auntie Doll's Evening.

: 'Teens' Corner

" The Fairyland of Science " (16), by L. Harvey (Uncle Leo).

Contributors

Unknown: L. Harvey

: Programme

S.B. front London.
A Birthday Celebration.
RICHARD WILSON (Bass).
HARRY BURLEY (Bass).
WILFRID HUDSON (Tenor).
RONALD MURGATROYD (Tenor).
Madame HOPPER (Soprano).
ANNIE COCKCROFT (Soprano).
ADA WRACK (Contralto). MARY DALE (Contralto).
THE STATION TRIO :
Under the Direction of PERCY FROSTICK.

Contributors

Bass: Richard Wilson
Bass: Harry Burley
Tenor: Wilfrid Hudson
Tenor: Ronald Murgatroyd
Soprano: Madame Hopper
Soprano: Annie Cockcroft
Contralto: Ada Wrack
Contralto: Mary Dale
Unknown: Percy Frostick.

: Prologue.

" THE SPIRIT OF 2LS.' " Written by LESLIE BAILY.
Music by CECIL MOON

Contributors

Written By: Leslie Baily.
Music By: Cecil Moon

: SONG CAMEOS.

Four Miniature Music-Dramas, founded upon well-known songs, and introducing Vocal and Instrumental Music characteristic of the period.
Devised and Arranged by CECIL MOON . Dialogue Written by LESLIE BAILY.
I.
'THE FORGE.".
II.
CALLER HERRIN'."
III.
" WIDOW MACHREE.".
IV.
" HERE'S A HEALTH UNTO HIS
MAJESTY."

Contributors

Arranged By: Cecil Moon
Written By: Leslie Baily.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: SONG CAMEOS.

Four Miniature Music-Dramas, founded upon well-known songs, and introducing Vocal and Instrumental Music characteristic of the period.
Devised and Arranged by CECIL MOON . Dialogue Written by LESLIE BAILY.
I.
'THE FORGE.".
II.
CALLER HERRIN'."
III.
" WIDOW MACHREE.".
IV.
" HERE'S A HEALTH UNTO HIS
MAJESTY."

Contributors

Arranged By: Cecil Moon
Written By: Leslie Baily.








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