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: A Symphony Concert

(No. 5 of the Thirty-third. Winter Series.)
Relayed from the Winter Gardens, Bournemouth
THE BOURNEMOUTH MUNICIPAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (50 Performers). Conducted by Sir DAN GODFREY

Overture to ' The Water Carrier ' - Cherubini
Concerto Crosso in B Minor, No. 23 - Handel (First Performance at these Concerts)
'Cello Concerto in B Flat - Boccherini Soloist, THEODOR OTSCHARKOFF
Sixth Symphony - Glazounov Slow. then ouick and impassioned ; Theme and Seven Variations ; Intermezzo-in waltz style; Slow, leading to quick

Contributors

Unknown: Dan Godfrey

: AN AFTERNOON CONCERT

Relayed from Lozells Picture House
From Birmingham ORCHESTRA, conducted by PAUL RIMMER

Contributors

Conducted By: Paul Rimmer

: LIGHT MUSIC

EUGENE CRUFT’S OCTET; JOHN ARMSTRONG
(Tenor)

OCTET Neapolitan Serenade - D’Ambrosio
Prize Song from ' The Mastersingers' - Wagner
Love in Cloverland (Intermezzo) - Leo Peter
Selection from ' Tales of Hoffmann ’ - Offenbach
7.5 JOHN ARMSTRONG Isobel - Frank Bridge
A maid sings light - MacDowell
Down by the Sally Gardens, . - arr. Herbert Hughes
Absent, yet present - Maude V. White

Contributors

Unknown: Eugene Cruft’s
Tenor: John Armstrong

: OCTET

A Musical Comedy Switch (By Request) :
Popular Airs from ' Lady, Be Good,' ' Lido Lady,' ' Sunny,’ ‘ The Vagabond King,' ' Rose Marie ,' ' Princess Charming '

Contributors

Unknown: Rose Marie

: HALLE CONCERT

Relayed from the Free Trade Hall, Manchester
THE HALLÉ ORCHESTRA
Conducted by Sm HAMILTON HARTY

Contributors

Conducted By: Sm Hamilton Harty

: An Hour with Sir Herbert Brewer

From Birmingham
SIR HERBERT BREWER was born at Gloucester in 1865 and became a Chorister in the Cathedral there in 1877. He took up the study of music under Dr. Lloyd, the Cathedral Organist, and after obtaining organ appointments at various centres, including Bristol Cathedral and St. Michael's, Coventry, he succeeded Dr. Lloyd as Organist and Choirmaster of Gloucester Cathedral in 1897.
TOM PICKERING (Tenor). THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA and MALE CHORUS , conducted by the COMPOSER
In Springtime (English Pastorals) : Welcome, sweet pleasure; The Power of Music; A Shepherd's Dance
ORCHESTRA.
Age (from Two Pieces for Orchestra, ' Age and Youth ')
10.30 ELSIE SUDDABY (Soprano) and Strings Song Cycle, 'A Sprig of Shamrock ' (Four Old Irish Airs): When the World of the Eyes; A Queer Story; When I went out a-walking; Don't say No (Irish Hop-Jig)
TOM PICKERING Ninetta
ORCHESTRA Auf Wiedersehen (To our next meeting)
ELSIE SUDDABY The Fairy Piper

Contributors

Unknown: Herbert Brewer
Tenor: Tom Pickering
Tenor: Male Chorus
Soprano: Elsie Suddaby
Unknown: Tom Pickering
Unknown: Elsie Suddaby

: TOM PICKERING and Orchestra

Song Cycle, Jillian of Berry ' (Pastorals):
At a Country Fair ; There is a lady, sweet and kind ; Jillian of Berry
ORCHESTRA
Dreaming (Golden Slumbers)

: ELSIE SUDDABY and Orchestra

For your delight (A Gloucestershire Song Cycle) :
Haste Away; Love's Power; The Happy Heart; Lullaby; The Miller and his Cat
ORCHESTRA
Summer Sports








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