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: The Scala Symphony Orchestra

from the Scala Theatre, Leeds.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: " On My Anvil

" by the SMILESMITH.

: THROUGH THE AGES.Drama and Music.

VICTOR HELLIWELL
(Baritone).
"The Gentle Maiden" (Irish). " Cuckoo Dear " (Welsh).
" A Ballynure Ballad " (Irish). " False Phyllis " (English). " The Crocodile (English).

Contributors

Baritone: Victor Helliwell

: THE MADRIGAL SINGERS.

The First English Canon, " Sumer is icumen in," John of Fornsete (Circa, 1240); Elizabethan Period: "Follow Your Saint," Thomas Camyian , 1567-1620; " Sweet Nymph, Come to Thy Lover," " Arise - Get Up," Thomas Moley , 1558-1603; "Ye That Do Live in Pleasures Plenty," John Wilbye , 1574-1638.

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Camyian
Unknown: Thomas Moley
Unknown: John Wilbye

: First Stage of Regular Drama

"RALPH ROISTER DOISTER"
Act III., Scene 2. (Nicholas Udall ).

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Udall

: Shakespearean Period

" OTHELLO,"
Act V., Scene 2.
William Shakespeare ).

Contributors

Unknown: William Shakespeare

: 18th Century

" THE RIVALS,"
Act II., Scene 1.
(Richard Brins/ey Sheridan).

: 19th Century

" THE LADY OF LYONS,"
Act II., Scene 1.
(Lord Lyton).

: THE MADRIGAL SINGERS.

Modern Part Songs :

: Programme

S.B. from London.








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