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: THE STATION ORCHESTRA

A Mendelssohn was entering Fin. gal's Cave in Staffa a tune sprang to his brain, born of his genius and of Nature's disquiet. It grew into this Overture (so called, although it is not the prelude to a larger work), which is known also as the ' Hebrides ' Overture. The tune, a short but pregnant figure, appears at first in the bass.

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

Tanglewood Tales-I (James Ching ), told and played by ERIC FOGG
Folk Songs of Yorkshire (Broadwood and Mail-land)—Scarborough Fair; The Wassail Bough
Sung by HARRY HOPEWELT ,
Rhymes and Rhythms (Edgar May)
Sung by BETTY WHEATLEY
Story, ' Puddlekin Peter and the Pan Polish'
(Freda Treweek )

Contributors

Unknown: James Ching
Played By: Eric Fogg
Sung By: Harry Hopewelt
Sung By: Betty Wheatley
Unknown: Puddlekin Peter
Unknown: Freda Treweek

: More Musical Consequences

THE Station ORCHESTRA ALAN BROOKS (Baritone) ISABEL TEBAY (Contralto)

Contributors

Baritone: Alan Brooks








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