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: AN ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA. conducted by JOHN ANSELL
PIERTINA ROSSELLI (Soprano)
CLIFFORD CURZON (Pianoforte)

Contributors

Conducted By: John Ansell
Soprano: Piertina Rosselli
Pianoforte: Clifford Curzon

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

(From Birmingham) :
The Man in the Moon.' by Margaret Madeley. Songs by Marjorie Hoverd (Soprano) and Harold Casev (Baritone). Story told by Gladys Col. bourne

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Madeley.
Songs By: Marjorie Hoverd
Songs By: Harold Casev
Told By: Gladys Col.

: DANCE MUSIC

The LONDON RADIO DANCE BAKD
Directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN
WARWICK PRYCE in numerous items written and composed by himself

Contributors

Directed By: Sidney Firman
Directed By: Warwick Pryce

: The Liars

An Original Comedy in Four Acts by Henry Arthur Jones
(See Special Programme on page 467.)

Contributors

Writer: Henry Arthur Jones

: A LIGHT ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

From Birmingham
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by Joseph LEWIS
MOZART modestly called The Impresario
'a comedy with music.' It is all about the trials and troubles of a theatrical manager who has to put up with the foibles and jealousies of ' star ' performers.
The Opera in its original form only had occasional performances, owing chiefly to a good deal of foolish dialogue which it contained. Adaptations were tried with but little success. until Mr. Kingsley Lark recently made a new translation and arrangement from the original German, and the work in this improved form was broadcast a year or two ago.

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis








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