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: BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS

Miss ELFRIDA VIPONT
The Story of English Music:
"Foreign Composers" at Home in England (the Music of Handel and others)

: AFTERNOON Topics

MOSES BARITZ, The
Art of Opera,' assisted by Miriam Licette (Soprano)

Contributors

Assisted By: Miriam Licette

: Programme

S.B. from London

: WEATHER FORECAST

NEWS
Lieut.-Col. W. P. DRURY, C.B.E. S.B. from
Plymouth

: Programme

S.B. from London

: ANNUAL SCOTTISH CONCERT

(Organized by the MANCHESTER AND SALFORD
CALEDONIAN ASSOCIATION, and relayed from the Free Trade Hall)
MARGARET F. STEWART (Soprano) MARGARET ANDERSON (Contralto) KENNETH MACRAE (Tenor)
KENNEDY ARUNDEL (Baritone)
WILLIAM McNALLY (Dulcimerist) GEORGE HUTCHISON (Entertainer) Pipe-Major DONALD FRASER
Accompanist-NELLIE McKENZIE
THE Manchester and Salford Caledonian
Association originated in the gathering of a few fervent Scots in the city of Salford on September 18, 1890, when it was decided to institute a Society to further the interests of Scotsmen resident in Manchester. The Association is thus not only the expression of an ideal, but its annual concerts contribute greatly to the musical life of the two cities.

Contributors

Soprano: Margaret F. Stewart
Contralto: Margaret Anderson
Tenor: Kenneth MacRae
Baritone: Kennedy Arundel
Baritone: William McNally
Unknown: George Hutchison
Unknown: Major Donald Fraser
Unknown: Accompanist-Nellie McKenzie

: Programme

S.B. from London (10.10 Local News)








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