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: Concert

by the Heywood English Concertina Prize Band.
(to 16.30)

Contributors

Musicians: The Heywood English Concertina Prize Band

: News and Weather Forecast

S.B. from London.

Local News.

The Final Session of The Morecambe Musical Festival.
Relayed from The Tower Theatre, Morecambe.

: The Final Session of The Morecambe Musical Festival

Relayed from The Tower Theatre, Morecambe.

7.15 Final Test Male Voice Choirs (b) (Two Choirs).

: The Final Session of The Morecambe Musical Festival: Final Test

Mixed Voice Choirs (a) (Four Choirs)
Test Piece-Motet-"All Creatures of Our God and King"... G. Armstrong Gibbs

: The Final Session of The Morecambe Musical Festival: Massed Performance of Motet

by the Choirs competing in Final Test.
Conductor, Sir Walford Davies

Contributors

Conductor: Sir Walford Davies

: The Final Session of The Morecambe Musical Festival: Judges' Awards

in Mixed Voice (a) and Male Voice (a). Class 43 Mixed. Voice Choirs (a).
May Bank Choral Society (Stoke-on-Trent), Barrow Madrigal Society, Keighley Vocal Union, Carlisle Madrigal Society, Blackpool Glee and Madrigal Society, Morecambe Madrigal and Festival Choral Society, Dr. Brearley's Contest Choir (Blackburn), The Bach Choir (Barrow), Mr. Aldous' Choir (Lancaster).

Contributors

Singers: May Bank Choral Society
Singers: Barrow Madrigal Society
Singers: Keighley Vocal Union
Singers: Carlisle Madrigal Society
Singers: Blackpool Glee and Madrigal Society
Singers: Morecambe Madrigal and Festival Choral Society
Singers: Dr. Brearley's Contest Choir
Singers: The Bach Choir
Singers: Mr. Aldous' Choir

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Announcer: Victor Smythe








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