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: FIELD'S CAFE ORCHESTRA

relayed from Field's Cafe, Leeds

: THE SCALA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. relayed

from the Scala Theatre, L?ed<

: AFTERNOON TOPICS-Miss DORIS NICHOLS

' Some Popular Songs from Old Musical Comedies '

: ' The PHILOSOPHER AND THE LADY'

A Song-Cycle by HELEN TAYLOR and EASTHOPE MARTIN
Quartet, ' To Love or Not to Love ' (Tenor) All in a Lily-white Gown (Contralto) The Hidden Song
(Soprano and Tenor) A Song to You (Baritone) The Philosopher's Song (Tenor) Your Eyes the Stars
(Contralto and Baritone) The Legend of the Ring (Soprano) Starlight and Lovelight Finale, ' Love Triumphant'
THE 'Philosopher,' you will discover, typifies a rather cynical bachelor, who. however. possesses the redeeming grace of hearkening to second thoughts. The' Lady 'stands for tender. sympathetic experience ; while the ' Lovers ' pursue their own blissful way. happy and self-sufficient, contemptuous of all else than their mutual adoration.

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Taylor
Unknown: Easthope Martin








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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