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: A Mozart Programme

(Mozart born this day, 1756)
THE NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by T. H. MORRISON
Overture, ' The Magic Flute '
Divertimento, No. 17, in D, for Strings and Two Horns.
Allegro; Andante (Theme and Variations); Menuetto ; Rondo (Allegro).
ARCHIE CAMDEN (Bassoon) with Orchestra Concerto in B Flat
Allegro; Andante ma adagio; Tempo di menuetto
ORCHESTRA
Overture, ' Don Giovanni '
Symphony in G Minor, No. 40
Allegro molto; Andante ; Menuetto, Allegretto ; Allegro assai

Contributors

Conducted By: T. H. Morrison
Bassoon: Archie Camden
Unknown: Don Giovanni

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE:

Appeal on behalf of the Scarborough Hospital and Dispensary by Mr. SERVINGTON SAVERY, M.P. Donations should be sent to [address removed]

: The Christian Year, in Hymns

(With Interludes of Band Music)
ST. GEORGE'S (BOLTON) CHURCH CHOIR:
Directed by THOMAS BOOTH
Accompanied by the CULCHETH MILITARY BAND
Conducted by SETH SHAW
(N.B.—All hymns are Ancient and Modern.)

Contributors

Directed By: Thomas Booth
Conducted By: Seth Shaw








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