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: A MILITARY BAND PROGRAMME

From Birmingham The CITY OF BIRMINGHAM
Police BAND, conducted by RICHARD WASSELL
4.40 GRACE IVELL and VIVIAN WORTH Entertainers with a Piano
5 25 GRACE IVELL and VIVIAN WORTH Further Entertainment

Contributors

Conducted By: Richard Wassell
Unknown: Grace Ivell
Unknown: Vivian Worth
Unknown: Grace Ivell
Unknown: Vivian Worth

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR(From Birmingham):

The Silver Bell,' a Hallowe'en Play by Una Broadbent. Ken Kapua (Hawaiian Guitar Solos). Story told by Gladys Colbourne. Songs by Frank Foxon (Baritone)

Contributors

Play By: Una Broadbent.
Play By: Ken Kapua
Told By: Gladys Colbourne.
Baritone: Frank Foxon

: LIGHT MUSTC

From Birmingham
PATTISON'S SALON ORCHESTRA, conducted by THOMAS JONES
Relayed .from Corporation Street Restaurant

Contributors

Conducted By: Thomas Jones

: A MILITARY BAND CONCERT

The WIRELESS MILITARY BAND Conducted by B. WALTON
O'DONNELL
KATE WINTER (Soprano);
PERCY MANCHESTER (Tenor) ; PEGGY COCHRANE (Violin)
WE remember the name Litolff as that printed on one of the first comprehensive and cheap editions of classical music. It was started by the son of the Litolff whose Overture we are to hear, and who, after leading a roving life for some years, settled in Brunswick, and began music publishing.
The elder Litolff was renowned in his day as a pianist. His rank as a composer is not so high, though his Concert Overtures (of which Robespierre is the best known) have a good deal of excellent melodrama in them.

Contributors

Conducted By: B. Walton
Soprano: Kate Winter
Tenor: Percy Manchester
Violin: Peggy Cochrane








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