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: Orchestral Music

from the Piccadilly Picture Theatre

: A SONG RECITAL

By HUGHES MACKLIN (Tenor)

Contributors

Tenor: Hughes MacKlin

: ' GUY WEATHERBY'S DILEMMA '

A Comedy by HILDA P. K. CHAMBERLAIN
A Client
PERCY RHODES
A Man
DUNCAN MACRAE
A Girl
PHYLLIS PANTING
Connie
HILDA DAVIES
(Picture on page 115.)
IN the setting of a modem business office with its usual appurtenances, including a somewhat conspicuous clock, a mild complication is played to an amusing finish.
The diplomacy which involves Guy Weatherby ,
Jim MeGregor , a girl, and a man up to the moment of humorous climax will provide listeners with a good thirty-minute chuckle.

Contributors

Comedy By: Hilda P. K. Chamberlain
Unknown: Percy Rhodes
Unknown: Duncan MacRae
Unknown: Hilda Davies
Unknown: Guy Weatherby
Unknown: Jim Megregor
Weathcrby: John Charlton
McGregor: J Hubert Leslie
A Boy: Fred Peisley

: A FAMOUS SONATA

LUIGI GASPARINI ('Cello) and MINNIE HAMBLETT (Pianoforte)
THIS early work (it is the Composer's Op. 6)
J- is over forty years old. It is in classical form, in three Movements only. The FIRST is brisk, with a trace of that waltz style which Strauss later used so wonderfully in many of his Operas ; the SECOND is the Slow Movement, rather sad ; and the LAST MOVEMENT is both skittish and bold. Throughout, the 'Cello is allowed plenty of scope, the Pianoforte part never being overloaded.

Contributors

Pianoforte: Minnie Hamblett








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