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: The Northern Wireless Orchestra

Overture, A Winter's Tale .... Yorke Sheffield Contes de la Veillée (Evening Tales) .... Godard Conte Pastoral; Conte Amusant
NOEL NICHOLSON (Pianoforte)

I call on thee, Lord - Bach, arr. Busoni
Mortify us by thy Grace - Bach, arr. Rummel
Jesus Christ, the Son of God - Bach, arr. Rummel
ORCHESTRA Suite, The King's Masked Ball - Bendix The Dervishes; Blue Beard and Fatima; Hindu Priests ; The Cossacks
EDWARD OLERENSHAW The Pauper's Drive - Sidney Homer
The Minstrel - Schubert
Edward - Loewe
ORCHESTRA Humoreske - Dvorak
In the Syrian Desert - Marsden
NOEL NICHOLSON Prelude No. 10 in C Sharp Minor - Scriabin
Prelude No. 6 in B Minor - Scriabin
Study No. 6 in F - York Bowen
Caprice No. 2 - York Bowen
ORCHESTRA Selection, The Cocktail - Katscher
EDWARD OLERENSHAW Como into the Garden, Maud - Somervell
In Summertime on Brodon - Graham Peel
0 that it wore so - Frank Bridge
When Death to either shall come - Muriel Hcrbert
ORCHESTRA Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 - Liszt

: ' In the Garden'

THE NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA

: DANCE MUSIC

Henry HALL'S GLENEAGLES HOTEL DANCE BAND, relayed from THE MIDLAND HOTEL, MANCHESTER
(National Programme)








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