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: BAND MUSIC

by THE MORECAMBE MUNICIPAL MILITARY BAND
Conducted by EDWARD DUNN
Director of Music to the Morecambe Corporation
Relayed from
The West End Bandstand, Morecambe

Contributors

Conducted By: Edward Dunn

: VAUDEVILLE

HILDA NAYLOR (Soprano) and HAROLD HowE
(Tenor) in Songs and Duets
ERNEST ELLIOTT presents Original Skits and Humour at the Piano
THE VAUDEVILLE PLAYERS offer a New Sketch, entitled ' A Matter of Business,' by MURIEL A. LEVY
EMMIE PINDER in Syncopated Tit-Bits
MARJORIE FARNHAM presents some of her Recent
Successes
BERT COPLEY in Moments of Mirth

Contributors

Tenor: Harold Howe
Unknown: Muriel A. Levy
Unknown: Emmie Pinder
Unknown: Marjorie Farnham
Unknown: Bert Copley

: EDWARD GRIEG

(Born on this date in 1843)
THE AUGMENTED STATION ORCHESTRA, conducted by T. H. MORRISON
Four Norwegian Dances
First Suite from ' Peer Gynt ' Concerto
(ETHEL MIDGLEY , Solo Pianoforte)
ETHEL MIDGLEY
Prelude from Suite, ' From Holberg's Time '. Nocturne
March of the Dwarfs
ORCHESTRA
Second Suite from ' Peer Gynt'

Contributors

Conducted By: T. H. Morrison
Unknown: Ethel Midgley
Pianoforte: Ethel Midgley








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