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: For Schools

" Musical Competition." Mr. Herbert Bardgett , Mus.Bac, F.R.C.O. (3) " The Pentatonic Scale for Melody Making."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Herbert Bardgett

: The Scala Symphony Orchestra

relayed from the Scala Theatre, Leeds.

: Afternoon Topics

M. M. Hummerston, " Books (e) Rare Editions.'.'

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Mrs. KITSON CLARK

" The Work and Aims of the Leeds Babies' Welcome Association."

: Waterloo - June 18th 1815

" There was a found of revelry by night."
A Radio Picture of the Period.
The drama of Waterloo is pictured as Lord Byron felt it - not the battle itself, but the events at Brussels which preceded it: the lighthearted revels, with the note of anxiety sounding through them all, and the bustle, noise, music and hurry of war. Then the counting of the cost, and the dirge for the fallen.
Then the Comedy, the engaging insincerities of Becky Sharp. To end, the faree-for Bill Adams and not Sir Arthur was the Conqueror.
Adapted and arranged from the works of LORD BYRON and WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY by L. B. RAMSDEN and A R. B. MUNRO. Incidental Music arranged by Dr. HERBERT THOMPSON.
Drums and Bugles of the 7th BATT. WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT.
(By kind permission of the Commanding Officer, Col. G. E. ST. CLAIR STOCKWELL. )
THE STATION TRIO :
Conducted by PERCY FROSTICK.
THE ART THEATRE PLAYERS.
Note. - Use is made of Olive Conway's dramatisation of scenes from "Vanity Fair."

Contributors

Unknown: Becky Sharp.
Unknown: Bill Adams
Unknown: William Makepeace
Unknown: L. B. Ramsden
Unknown: R. B. Munro.
Unknown: Col. G. E. St.
Unknown: Clair Stockwell.
Conducted By: Percy Frostick.

: Programme

S.B. from
London.








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