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: AFTERNOON CONCERT

ORCHESTRAL Music, relayed from the Piccadilly Picture Theatre

: In the Studio

JOHN PROCTOR (Dialect Entertainer)

: In the Studio

FREDERICK N. SMITH (Baritone) Vulcan's Song (' Philemon and Baucis ') Gounod

Contributors

Baritone: Frederick N. Smith

: In the Studio

JOHN PROCTOR

Contributors

Unknown: John Proctor

: The Rev. G. W. KERR : 'Humour as a Help'

AS a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, the Rev. G. W. Kerr has had every opportunity of studying humour in what may plausibly be claimed to bo its native place. He has already broadcast from Manchester on several occasions, and today he will talk about humour generally, showing how it can be a help in everyday life.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. G. W. Kerr

: COON SONGS AND SOUTH SEA MUSIC

LEO MORGAN 'S HONOLULU QUARTET; T. ROGERS , W. KAMOKU, L. MORGAN, J. HANALE -
HENDRICKS
THIS is the second time that Leo Morgan 's
Honolulu Quartet has visited the Manchester Studio with the curious and alluring music of the South Seas, played on the Hawaiian Steel Guitar and the Ukulele. The members of the Quartet are native Hawaiians and Americans, and are amongst the best exponents of their instruments in the world. Gilscn and Finlay, the entertainers, who will give a number of Negro songs with patter, are prominent members of tho famous Minnehaha Minstrels.
Honolulu Blues
Hawaiian Moonlight
LEO MORGAN and his Ukulele, ' After I say I'm
Sorry '
T. ROGERS and W. KAMOKU (Guitars), ' 0 Sole
Mio ' and ' Kohala '
QUARTET, Rose of Honolulu'
W. KAMOKU (Steel Guitar), ' Fair Hawaii '
QUARTET, 'Cecilia '
GILSON and FINLAY in a Humorous Interlude
BEN JACKSON (Solo Banjo) Fiji Wiggle
QUARTET
Wiki-Wiki (On the Beach at Waikiki) Waters of the Perkiomen
LEO MORGAN and his Ukulele
T. ROGERS and W. KAMOKU. 'Kalima' and 'Hiol'
QUARTET, Good Night '
W. KAMOKU (Steel Guitar), ' 'Hawaiian Rose-buds'
QUARTET, Aloha Oe '
GILSON and FINLAY in More Humour

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Morgan
Unknown: T. Rogers
Unknown: J. Hanale
Unknown: Leo Morgan
Unknown: Hawaiian Moonlight
Unknown: Leo Morgan
Unknown: T. Rogers
Unknown: Ben Jackson
Unknown: Leo Morgan
Unknown: T. Rogers
Unknown: W. Kamoku.








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