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: THE STATION ORCHESTRA

ORCHESTRA. Selection of Herbert Oliver's Songs

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

Nature Talk: 'A Walk by the Tide' (
Frank Lowe ). ' Birthdays ' (Alec Rowley ),- sung by BETTY WHEATLEY. Hymn to the Sun (Rimsky-Korsakov). Softly unawares (Lincke). Pas des Fleurs (Delibes). Played by THE
SUNSHINE TRIO

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Lowe
Unknown: Alec Rowley
Sung By: Betty Wheatley.

: ORCHESTRAL MUSIC

Relayed from the Theatre Royal

: A Roger Quilter Programme

Arranged and Conducted by the COMPOSER
THE STATION ORCHESTRA
A Children's Overture
HILDA BLAKE (Soprano)
A good child
Where go the boats ? Foreign Children
MARK RAPHAEL (Baritone) with Orchestra
Come away, Death 0 mistress mine
Blow, blow, thou winter wind
ORCHESTRA
Two English Dances
Suite, ' Where the Rainbow Ends'
(1) Rosamund; (2) Will o' the Wisp; (3) Moonlight on the Lake ; (4) Fairy Frolic
HILDA BLAKE
Fairy Lullaby
Now sleeps the crimson petal Love's Philosophy
MARE: RAPHAEL
0 the month of May Who is Sylvia ?
The Constant Lover
HILDA BLAKE and MARK RAPHAEL with Orchestra
It was a Lover and his Lass
ORCHESTRA
Ballet Suite, ' The Rake '
Dance at the Feast; The Lighthearted Lady ; The frolicsome Friend ; Allurement; Midnight Revels

Contributors

Soprano: Hilda Blake
Unknown: Hilda Blake
Unknown: Hilda Blake
Unknown: Mark Raphael

: Chamber Music and Poetry

KATHLEEN MOORHOUSE (Violoncello)
ERIC FOGG (Pianoforte)
HARRY MORTIMER (Clarinet)

Contributors

Unknown: Kathleen Moorhouse
Clarinet: Harry Mortimer








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