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: A LIGHT ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

From Birmingham
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA ; FREDERICK LAKE (Tenor) ; RONALD GOURLEY , in Music and Humour ; CONSTANCE WENTWORTK
(Soprano) : ALFRED BUTLER (Baritone)

Contributors

Tenor: Frederick Lake
Tenor: Ronald Gourley
Soprano: Constance Wentwortk
Soprano: Alfred Butler

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

(from Birmingham) :
Songs by Ethel Williams (Contralto). Ronald Gourley (Entertainer at 'the Piano). ' The Everlasting Why—I, Why the Kettle Sings.' by Nicolina Twigg. Kapua and Pauwela (Hawaiian Duo)

: LIGHT MUSIC

THE HENRY BRONKHURST TRIO
ELSIE WYNN (Contralto)

Contributors

Contralto: Elsie Wynn

: DANCING TIME

THE LONDON RADIO DANCE BAND, directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN
PETER BERNARD (Syncopated Songs)
FLORENCE BAYFIELD and MAX STERN
(Syncopated Duets)
PETER YORKE (Syncopated Pianist)

Contributors

Directed By: Sidney Firman
Directed By: Peter Bernard
Unknown: Florence Bayfield
Unknown: Peter Yorke

: PLANTATION SONGS

OLIVE KAVANN (Contralto)
TOM KINNIBURGH (Bass)
THE WIRELESS CHORUS and A SMALL STRING
ORCHESTRA
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON

Contributors

Contralto: Olive Kavann
Bass: Tom Kinniburgh
Conducted By: Stanford Robinson








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