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: Orchestral and Operatic Concert

by the 2ZY Augmented Orchestra; Conducted by Dan Godfrey, Junr..
Notes by Moses Baritz.
Beatrice Miranda (Soprano) of the B.N.O.C.

Robert Chignell (Baritone)

Edith Ashby (Solo Pianoforte)

Robert Chignell
Songs: Selected.



Musicians: The 2ZY Augmented Orchestra
Conductor: Dan Godfrey, Junr.
Speaker: Moses Baritz
Soprano: Beatrice Miranda
Baritone: Robert Chignell
Pianist: Edith Ashby

: Children's Corner

S.B. from Birmingham.
(to 17.30)

: Talk to Young People

Sidney G. Honey


Speaker: Sidney G. Honey

: Hymn

"Jesu, Lover of My Soul".

Religious Address
The Rev. A.L.J. Shields, (Director of North Central Area Industrial Christian Fellowship).

Hymn, "Eternal Father".


Speaker: The Rev. A.L.J. Shields

: Edith Ashby


Pianist: Edith Ashby

: Pat Ryan (Solo Clarinet)

(At the Piano, Archie Camden)


Clarinetist: Pat Ryan
Pianist: Archie Camden

: Mikel Arenstein (Solo 'Cello)

Songs: Selected.


Cellist: Mikel Arenstein

: Edith Ashby


Pianist: Edith Ashby

: Mikel Arenstein

Songs: Selected.


Cellist: Mikel Arenstein

: News

S.B. from London.

Local News and Weather Forecast

: Pat Ryan


Clarinetist: Pat Ryan

: Close down


Announcer: Victor Smythe

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