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: Tuesday Midday Society's Concert

relayed from the Houldsworth Hall. Recital by the ' Ampico ' Reproducing Pianoforte

: School Transmission

' The Growth of the Ship '; Mr. EDWARD CRESSY, 'mediæval Ships '

: Tea-Time Concert

Auto-Piano Recital by J. Meadows '

: Mrs. M. BARITZ

" THOMAS HooD-Humorist and Humanist '

: THE MAJESTIC CELEBRITY' ORCHESTRA

Musical Director, GERALD W. BRIGHT . Relayed from the Hotel Majestic, St. Anne's-on-the-Sea

Contributors

Director: Gerald W. Bright

: Programme

S.B. from London

: Mr. W. F

BLETCHER Spanish Talk.

: 'REVUSICAL MOMENTS.'

Another entertaining Programme by our
STATION CONCERT PARTY.
Presented by VICTOR SMYTHE.
HARRY HOPEWELL HYLDA METCALF
BETTY WHEATLEY EMMIE PINDER
CHARLES NESBITT BERNARD GAUNT
W. E. DICKMAN
At the Pianos, ERIC FOGG and ALAN MITCHESON.

Contributors

Presented By: Victor Smythe.
Presented By: Harry Hopewell
Presented By: Hylda Metcalf
Presented By: Betty Wheatley
Presented By: Emmie Pinder
Unknown: Charles Nesbitt
Unknown: Bernard Gaunt
Unknown: W. E. Dickman
Unknown: Alan Mitcheson.

: Programme

S.B. from London

: SONG RECITAL-by DOROTHY HELM-

RICH (Contralto) pRETCHANINOV has been called the most popular Russian song-writer and The Dreary Steppe his most popular song.
The Steppes, those borderlands of the great plains in Siberia and the South of Russia, are gay with flowers in Spring, in Summer the greenery is all withered, and in Winter the snow that covers them is swept hither and thither by bitter winds.
Dorothy Howell is one of the many promising composers of the younger British school. She has already written several large-scale works, including a Tone Poem based on Keats' Lamia, a Pianoforte Concerto, and an Orchestral Ballet, Koong Shee.

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothy Howell
Unknown: Koong Shee.

: Programme

S.B. from London








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