FRANK MULLINGS (Tenor)
Dr. ADOLPH BRODSKY (Violin)
CARL FUCHS ('Cello)
EDWARD ISAACS (Pianoforte)
TT was the delight of the great masters of music in bygone days to gather together and entertain one another with their compositions and interpretations. But how much of the glorious music which graced such meetings was lost to those outside the charmed circle ?
This afternoon four eminent musicians of Manchester are holding just such an informal gathering, and through the medium of the microphone, their music, instead of being lost, may be heard by all.
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rpHE North Manchester District Nurses' Home was established in 1892 with a staff of three nurses. During the thirty-five years of its existence the work has steadily increased, and the present accommodation is now quite inadequate. It is proposed to build a Maternity
Ward and also a Heroes' Home, with stones dedicated to all regiments. Donations should be sent to [address removed].
Dr. A. W. WILSON
Relayed from Manchester Cathedral
DR. WILSON was born at Pinchbeck in Lincolnshire in 1869. He studied at the Royal College of Music under Sir Walter Parratt , Sir Frederick Bridge and Mr. Algernon Ashton. From 1890 to 1894 he was Organ Scholar at Keble College, Oxford, and, after some time at St. Asaph and Ely Cathedrals, he became organist at Manchester Cathedra], which appointment he still holds. THE APOLLO Glee Club, conducted by T. W. EVANS . (In the Studio)
Dr. A. W.
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