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: A MILITARY BAND CONCERT

From Birmingham
THE CITY OF BIRMINGHAM POLICE BAND
Conducted by RICHARD WASSELL The Lament for McLean of Ardgour ('Songs of the North ')

Contributors

Conducted By: Richard Wassell

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

' The Selfish Elf and the Butterfly, ' by Dorothy Cooper. Songs by Gertrude Davies (Soprano). Leonard Dennis ('Cello). 'A Glimpse of the Bach Family.' a Musical Playlet by H. G. Sear

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothy Cooper.
Songs By: Gertrude Davies
Cello: Leonard Dennis
Unknown: H. G. Sear

: LIGHT MUSIC

THE DORIAN TRIO
LILIAN COOPER (Soprano)

Contributors

Soprano: Lilian Cooper

: ORCHESTRAL MUSIC AND PLAYS

From Birmingham
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA, conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis

: ' THE BANNS OF MARRIAGE '

A Comedy by CHARLES LEE
Lizzie Charles (his Housekeeper) MAUD GILL
The Scene is the lamp-lit study of the Rev.
Cyril Bestwick , the Vicar of a small West Country parish. The time is 9.30 p.m.. and he is found at his desk, writing a sermon. He is interrupted by a knock at the door.

Contributors

Comedy By: Charles Lee
Unknown: Lizzie Charles
Unknown: Cyril Bestwick
The Rev Cyril Bestwick: Stuart Vinden
Alice (his Maid): Phyllis Lones
William Hobb (a Farmer): Wortley Allen

: ORCHESTRA

Moonlight over the Lagoon : Aloma ;
Wedding Procession ; Aloma's Farewell
(First Performance in England)

: A THAMES-SIDE EPISODE '

A Drama by BARBARA COUPER
From Birmingham
The Scene is the interior of Joe Brown 's shabby house near the docks.

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Couper
Unknown: Joe Brown
Joe Brown: Wortley Allen
Mary (his Wife): Gladys Joiner
Ah-Sing (a Chinaman)\: Stuart Vinden
Inspector Sims: Stuart Vinden








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