Songs of the British Isles, sung by Harry Hopewell. ' The hunt is up ' (16th Century), ' Pedlar Jim ' (16th Century), 'Morning Song' (18th Century). ' Two Little Dances ' (Finck), To a Waterlily ' (Fogg), played by Eric Fogg
A New Revue, including sketches by A. F. HYSLOP , EDWIN LEWIS and JACK HAYWARD
MARJORJE FARNHAM, EMMIE PINDER , LUCIA ROGERS , HAROLD CLUFF , W. E. DICKMAN , CHARLES NESBITT , D. E. ORMEROD , and HORACE BROWN
THE NEW REVUE ORCHESTRA and FULL CHORUS Special Interlude by GRACE IVELL and VIVIAN
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