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: Famous Northern Resorts SOUTHPORT

A MUNICIPAL BAND CONCERT
Relayed from the Bandstand
FODEN'S MOTOR WORKS BAND
Conducted by F. MORTIMER

Contributors

Conducted By: F. Mortimer

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

'Familiar Things' (Kenneth Wright ), sung by WINIFRED BURY
'Night Wind on the Downs' (Kenneth Wright ), played by ERIC FOGG
A Story told by ROBERT Roberts

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Wright
Sung By: Winifred Bury
Unknown: Kenneth Wright
Played By: Eric Fogg
Told By: Robert Roberts

: 'The Daisy Chain'

Twelve Songs of Childhood. Set to Music by LIZA LEHMANN
THE LANSDOWNE SINGERS
. Foreign Children
ELSIE WILLIAMSON (Contralto)
Fairies
WILLIAM WALKER (Baritone)
Keepsake Mill
EDITH PASS (Soprano)
If no one ever marries me
SELWYN DYSON (Tenor)
Stars
LANSDOWNE SINGERS Seeing the World
ELSIE WILLIAMSON
The Ship that Sailed into the Sun
EDITH PASS
The Swing
WILLIAM WALKER
Mustard and Cress
SELWYN DYSON
The Moon
LANSDOWNE SINGERS
Thank you very much indeed Blind Man's Buff
Blind Man's Buff (Simplified Version)

Contributors

Music By: Liza Lehmann
Contralto: Elsie Williamson
Baritone: William Walker
Soprano: Edith Pass
Tenor: Selwyn Dyson
Unknown: Elsie Williamson
Unknown: Edith Pass
Unknown: William Walker
Unknown: Selwyn Dyson

: A FAMOUS SONATA

Jo LAMB (Violin) and JOHN WILLS (Pianoforte) Sonata in E Flat, Op. 18 ..... Richard Strauss
Allegro moderate; Improvization; Allegro Vivace

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Strauss








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