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: The Oxford Picture House Orchestra


Musicians: The Oxford Picture House Orchestra

: Concert

Vocalist, Elizabeth Henson, Soprano: (a) "The Moorish Maid" (Parker); (b) "Infelice" (Mendelssohn); (c) ''Song of the Palanquin Bearers" (Martin Shaw).


Soprano: Elizabeth Henson

: Pictorial Competition for the Amateur Photographers

by Frederick Garnett, A.S.A.M.


Speaker: Frederick Garnett

: First General News Bulletin

from London followed by Manchester News giving
Local Weather Report.

: Fifth Symphony Concert

The Evolution of the Symphony from Mozart to Glazounov. Lecturer, Mr. J. F. Russell.
Solo Piano, Miss Annie Lord.
Augmented Orchestra: Conductor, Mr. Dan Godfrey Junr.: Symphony No. 40 in G minor (Mozart); Finale from "The London Symphony" (Haydn); Second Movement (Funeral March) from "Eroica Symphony" (Beethoven); Saltarella, from the "Italian Symphony" (Mendelssohn); Symphonic Variations for Solo Pianoforte and Orchestra (Cesar Franck).


Lecturer: J. F. Russell
Pianist: Annie Lord
[Orchestra] conductor: Mr. Dan Godfrey Junr.

: Second General News Bulletin

from London followed by Manchester News giving Local Weather Report.

: Orchestra

Scherzo from the "New World Symphony" (Dvorak); Finale from Symphony No. 6 in C minor (Glazounov).

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