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: A Bani Concert

FODENS MOTOR WORKS BAND
Conducted by F. MORTIMER
PERCY THOMPSON (Bass-Baritone)

Contributors

Conducted By: F. Mortimer
Bass-Baritone: Percy Thompson

: Church Cantata (No. 89) Bach

(Relayed to London and Daventry)
Relayed from St. ANN'S CHURCH
(For full details see page 249)

: The Week's Good Cause

An Appeal on behalf of Henshaw's Institution for the Blind, by the Lord Mayor of Manchester,
Councillor GEORGE WESTCOTT
Donations should be sent to [address removed]

: A Light Orchestral Concert

of Music by ROGER QUILTER
THENORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
(Conducted by T. H. MORRISON )
A Children's Overture Two English Dances
GWYNETH EDWARDS (Soprano)
Autumn Evening
The Glow of Summer Sun
The Magic of Thy Presence The Golden Sunlight's Glory The Valley and the Hill
ORCHESTRA
Ballet Suite, ' The Rake '
Dance at the Feast ; The Light-hearted Lady ; The Frolicsome Friend; Allurement ; Midnight Revels
GWYNETH EDWARDS
In the Highlands Come, tender bud
Slumber Song (' Where the Rainbow Ends ') Through the Sunny Garden Song of the Blackbird
ORCHESTRA
Suite, ' Where tho Rainbow Ends '
Rosamund ; Will o' the Wisp ; Moonlight on the Lake ; Fairy Frolic

Contributors

Music By: Roger Quilter
Conducted By: T. H. Morrison








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