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: Concert by the "2ZY" Quartette

and Messrs. Booth and Garside (Entertainers).

: NEWS and WEATHER FORECAST

S.B. from London.
Radio Society Talk. S.B. from London. Local News.

: SERIES OF CHORAL CONCERTS

by Members of the " 2ZY " OPERA CHORUS.
Musical Director : SAM H. WHITTAKER.
First Concert :
ELIZABETHAN MADRIGALS, AIRS
AND DIALOGUES.
Notes' by JOHN RUSSELL.
The Reading Rota, "Sumer is Icumin In"
(circa 1240) (11)
Madrigal, " In Going to My Lonely Bed "
. (circa 1560) Edwards (11)
Song. "0 Death, Rock Me Asleep" (circa
1536) .............. Anne Boleyn (1)
(JOHN REID. )
Madrigal, " Lullaby, My Sweet Little Baby "
Byrd (11)
Fire. Fire, My Heart "Morley (11)
Songs, ' My Lytell Prety One " (circa 1550)
Anon (1)
" Have You Seen but a White Lily
Grow ? " .................. (1) (CLARA CHAMBERS.)

Contributors

Director: Sam H. Whittaker.
Unknown: John Russell.
Unknown: Anne Boleyn
Unknown: John Reid.

: WILL VAN ALLEN (Musical Tramp

Comedian) and OLLY OAKLEY (The Premier Banjoist), in a Humorous Musical Interlude.

: JOHN COLLINSON (Baritone).

Twelve Old English Songs.
" Sally in our Alley." " Tom Bowling."
" The Lass of Richmond Hill. "
Here's to the Maiden of Bashful Fifteen." " Ye Banks and Braes." " The Harp that Once."
Oft in the Stilly Night." The Minstrel Boy."
" Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes." On the Banks of Allan Water. " " Annie Launie. "
' Mary of Argyle."
All arranged by G. H. Clutsam.

Contributors

Unknown: Richmond Hill.
Unknown: Allan Water.
Unknown: Annie Launie.
Arranged By: G. H. Clutsam.

: " 2ZY " Opera Chorus.

(John Reid. )
(Clara Chambers and John Reid. )

Contributors

Unknown: John Reid.
Unknown: John Reid.

: NEWS and WEATHER FORECAST.

S.B. from London.
Local News.

: 2ZY " Opera Chorus.

(John Reid. )

Contributors

Unknown: John Reid.

: Close down.

Announcer : Victor Smythe.

Contributors

Announcer: Victor Smythe.








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