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: FODENS' MOTOR WORKS BAND

Relayed from THE WEST END BAND STAND, MORECAMBE
Conductor, F. MORTIMER
This programme will be interrupted at 4.30 for an eye-witness Account of the Test Match at the Oval
(if still proceeding)

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR DANCING DAYS

Songs by BEATRICE COLEMAN and HARRY HOPEWELL , including 'The Dance of the Wooden Shoes ' (Cleary), 'The Second Minuet' (Besly),
' Golden Dancing Days ' (Clarke)

: Nursery Rhymes

By WALFORD DAVIES
The LANSDOWNE SINGERS
EDITH PASS (Soprano)
ELSIE WILLIAMS (Contralto)
SELWYN DYSON (Tenor)
TOM RUSHTON (Baritone) Valentine; Hunting of the Snail; T'other little tune ; Thomas and Annis ; If all the Seas were one Sea ; The White Paternoster
Second Cycle, The Apology
The Old Woman ; A Tragedy ; A Little Old Man; The Fly and the Humble Bee ; Bless You ; An Old Cradle Song ; My Little Sixpence

First Cycle, Lullaby and Willie Winkie - Walford Davies

: Promenade Concert

(London Regional Programme)

: 'The Maker of Dreams'

A Fantasy in One Act by OLIPHANT DOWN
Pierrot
Pierrette
The Manufacturer
Incidental music by THE NORTHERN WIRELESS
ORCHESTRA
Soloist, WALTER JONES
The cast includes :
W. E. DICKMAN. HYLDA METCALF , F. A. NICHOLS








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