: A Marching Afternoon : ' The British Grenadiers ' (Traditional), ' Buckingham Palace ' (Fraser-Simson). Sung by Harry Hopewell. Three Marches: Sambre and Meuse' (Turlet). 'Sons of the Brave' (Bidgood). ' El Capitan ' (' The Captain ') (Sousa). Played by the Sunshine Trio. An Adventure Story of the Army, told by Robert Roberts.
THE STATION ORCHESTRA, conducted by T. H. MORRISON
Fantasy, ' The Three Bears ' GLADYS SWEENEY (Soprano) Our little Home
I heard you singing
I pitch my lonely caravan Song of the Little Folk
Waltz, Wood Nymphs ' Moresque (Moorish) GLADYS SWEENEY
Little Lady of the Moon
Song Cycle, ' The Mill o' Dreams ' ORCHESTRA
Suite, ' Four Ways '
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