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: DANCE MUSIC

From Birmingham
HAROLD TURLEY'S ORCHESTRA, relayed from
Wimbush's Princes Cafe

: WEST BROMWICH ALBION v. BARNSLEY

A Running Commentary on the Second Half of the Association Football Match, relayed from
' The Hawthorns,' West Bromwich Commentator, Mr. CLAUDE JEPHCOTT

Contributors

Commentator: Mr. Claude Jephcott

: DANCE AND VARIETY

From Birmingham
HAROLD TURLEY'S ORCHESTRA, relayed from
Wimbush's Princes Cafe
ALBERT DANIELS (Child Impressions)
MASON and ARMES (Entertainers with a Piano) JANET JOYE (with BLANDFORD COLLIER at the Piano) in ' Types and Notions'

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Daniels
Piano: Janet Joye
Unknown: Blandford Collier

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR (From Birmingham):

' Snooky has a Bonfire Party,' by Phyllis Richard -son. Songs by Tom Kinniburgh (Bass). S. C. Cotterell (Clarinet). The Land of Upsydown,' by G. B. Hughes

Contributors

Unknown: Phyllis Richard
Songs By: Tom Kinniburgh
Clarinet: C. Cotterell
Unknown: G. B. Hughes

: LIGHT MUSIC

EUGENE CRUFT 'S OCTET
VIVIENNE CHATTERTON (Soprano)

Contributors

Unknown: Eugene Cruft
Soprano: Vivienne Chatterton

: DANCING TIME

The LONDON RADIO DANCE BAND
Directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN
RANDALL and LEIGH (Songs, with Ukulele) TONI FARRELL (Tho Pianist Composer) DUDLEY ROLPH (The Singing Syncopal)
(By permission of LADDIE CLIFF)

Contributors

Directed By: Sidney Firman
Unknown: Toni Farrell
Unknown: Dudley Rolph

: A SCOTS PROGRAMME

From Birmingham
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
HAMISH MACCUNN 'S untimely death during the war years, at the ago of forty-eight, deprived us of a composer who responded finely to the influences of his nationality. His Tone Poems, based on Scots subjects, and his Operas, Jeanie Deans and Diarmid, show delicacy, insight, and a power of graphic expression. His Concert Overture, Land of the Mountain and the Flood, written while MacCunn was a student at the Royal College of Music, has as a motto the familiar passage from Scott's Lady of the Lake, beginning ' 0 Caledonia, stern and wild, Meet nurse for a poetic child.'

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis
Unknown: Hamish MacCunn
Unknown: Jeanie Deans








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