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: The CHILDREN'S HOUR

: A Recital of Brahms' Children's Songs by Harry Hopewell. Prelude in G Minor by Chopin, played by Eric Fogg. 'Tho Old Woman and the Vinegar Bottle,' a Story told by Robert Roberta. Relayed to London and Daventry.

: SONGS AND DUETS

By
GUY D'HARDELOT
Accompanied by the COMPOSER
SILVIO SIDELI (Baritone)
Wait
Sans Toi
GABY VALLE (Soprano)
T know a lovely garden
Wings
SILVIO SIDELI and GABY VALLE
All for You
BAND MUSIC
By the MANCHESTER CITY POLICE BAND,
Conducted by E. WORMALD
(By kind permission of Chief Constable J. Maxwell)
MORE SONGS by GUY D'HARDELOT
SILVIO SIDELI
The Curtain Fulls Speak to Mo
GABY VALLE
Dreams of the Dusk
SSong of Love and June
SILVIO SIDELI AND GABY VALLE
You Came to Me
BAND MUSIC

Contributors

Baritone: Silvio Sideli
Soprano: Gaby Valle
Unknown: Silvio Sideli
Unknown: Gaby Valle
Conducted By: E. Wormald
Unknown: Silvio Sideli
Unknown: Gaby Valle
Unknown: Silvio Sideli
Unknown: Gaby Valle








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