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: School Transmission (Juniors)

Dr. T. Keighley , Mus.Doc., " Elementary Musical Appreciation " (II.).

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. T. Keighley

: Orchestral Music

relayed from the Piccadilly Picture Theatre.

: Tea-Time Concert

Leonard Roberts (Bass-Baritone). Orchestral Music, relayed from the Piccadilly Picture Theatre.

Contributors

Bass-Baritone: Leonard Roberts

: Music.

S.B. from London.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Prof. C. J. PATTEN. M.A.,
"Triumphs of Bird Life" (2;. S.B. from Sheffield.

Contributors

Unknown: C. J. Patten.

: Angus Morrison (Solo Pianoforte)

Recital of Mozart's Pianoforte Sonatas, Session III.
S.B. from Newcastle.

: Mr. W. F. BLETCHER

Spanish Talk. a Shakespeare=Garrick programme.
(David Garrick Died January
20th, 1779.)
DOROTHY BENNETT
(Soprano).
WILLIAM ANDERSON (Bass). THE STATION DRAMATIC
COMPANY.
THE AUGMENTED STATION
ORCHESTRA :
Conductor, T. H. MORRISON.

Contributors

Unknown: David Garrick
Soprano: Dorothy Bennett
Conductor: T. H. Morrison.

: A Shakespeare-Garrick Programme

(David Garrick Died January 20th 1779)
Dorothy Bennett (Soprano)
William Anderson (Bass)
The Station Dramatic Company
The Augmented Station Orchestra
Conductor, T.H. Morrison

8.0 The Orchestra
Overture, "Macbeth"...Sullivan

Dorothy Bennett
"Farewell, Dear Love"...Robert Jones - 1600, arr. E.W. Naylor
"Peg-a-Ramsey"...arr. E.W. Naylor
"In Praise of Music"...Richard Edwards - 1566, arr. E.W. Naylor

The Orchestra
Masque from "As You Like It"...German
Woodland Dance; Children's Dance; Rustic Dance

William Anderson
"Come Away, Death"...Roger Quilter
"O Mistress Mine"...Roger Quilter
"Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind"...Roger Quilter

The Station Dramatic Company
in Three Excerpts from
"David Garrick"
By T.W. Robertson
Cast
Excerpt I.
The Drawing Room at Ingot's House. (An arrangement is agreed upon.)
Excerpt II.
The Same - After Dinner. (On the honour of a gentleman.)
Excerpt III.
The Library at Garrick House - The Following Morning. (Love will find a way.)
Excerpts Arranged and Presented by Victor Smythe

Dorothy Bennett
"Where the Bee Sucks"...Arne
"Lo! Here the Gentle Lark"...Bishop

The Orchestra
Suite, "The Merchant of Venice" (Masquerade)...Sullivan

William Anderson
"Who is Sylvia!"...Schubert
"It Was a Lover"...Morley
"Under the Greenwood Tree"...Eric Coates

The Orchestra
Three Dances from "Henry VIII"...German

Contributors

Soprano: Dorothy Bennett
Bass: William Anderson
Actors: The Station Dramatic Company
Musicians: The Augmented Station Orchestra
Conductor: T.H. Morrison
Author (David Garrick): T.W. Robertson
Excerpts arranged and presented by (David Garrick): Victor Smythe
Ada Ingot: Hylda Metcalf
Mr. Simon Ingot (Her Father): E.H. Bridgstock
Thomas (Butler): Walter Plinge
David Garrick: Victor Smythe
Mrs. Smith: Mary Eastwood
Araminta Brown: Betty Elsmore
Mr. Smith: Tom Wilson
Mr. Jones: Charles Nesbitt
Squire Chivy: A.G. Mitcheson








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