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: AN ORGAN RECITAL

by LEONARD H. WARNER
Relayed from St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate

Contributors

Unknown: Leonard H. Warner

: LIGHT MUSIC

THE Rio GRANDE TRIO :
ROGER J. SINCLAIR (Pianoforte), L. DANIELS
(Violin), P. MUSCANT ('Cello) ANGELA MAUD (Comedienne)
FRANK FOXON (Baritone)

Contributors

Pianoforte: Roger J. Sinclair
Pianoforte: L. Daniels
Violin: P. Muscant
Cello: Angela Maud
Baritone: Frank Foxon

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

(From Birmingham): Dialogue, 'Round a Battleship,' by the Bargee. Duets by Marjorie Palmer (Soprano) and Ethel Williams (Contralto). 'British Legends-II, Somerset and Berkshire,' by T. Davy Roberts

: LIGHT MUSIC

THE ANDREW BROWN QUINTET : WINIFRED DAVIS (Mezzo-Soprano), FRANK PHILLIPS (Bass-
Baritone)

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Winifred Davis
Mezzo-Soprano: Frank Phillips

: THE COUSIN FROM NOWHERE'

From Birmingham
A Musical Comedy in Three Acts by FRED THOMPSON
Adapted from the Book of HERMAN HALLER and RIDEAMUS. Lyrics by ADRIAN Ross ,
ROBERT C. THARP and DOUGLAS FURBER
Music by EDWARD KUNNEKE
Cast :
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JoHN ANSELL
Produced by CORDON McCONNELL
ACT I. The Garden of Julia's House (Night)
ACT II. The Terrace of Julia's House (Morning) ACT III. The Garden again (Morning)

Contributors

Unknown: Fred Thompson
Unknown: Herman Haller
Unknown: Adrian Ross
Unknown: Robert C. Tharp
Unknown: Douglas Furber
Music By: Edward Kunneke
Conducted By: John Ansell
Produced By: Cordon McConnell
Julia Van Osten: Helen Gilliland
Frida (Her Friend): Dorothy Monkman
Joseph Edam (Her Uncle): Huntley Wright
Wilhelmina (Wimpy) (her Aunt): Elsie French
Adrian Van Puffel (a Student): Ewart Scott
A Stranger: John Armstrong
Another Stranger: Topliss Green
Carl Servants: James B Davis
Jan Servants: John Reeve

: DANCE MUSIC: HERMAN DAREWSKI and his BAND

from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden








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