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: A MILITARY BAND CONCERT

From Birmingham
The CITY OF BIRMINGHAM POLICE BAND
Conducted by RICHARD WASELL OLLY OAKLEY (Banjo) Selected Items fTIHE Prelude to Wagner's great music-drama epitomizes the transcendent love of Tristan and Isolde. In the closing scene, which for concert purposes follows immediately, Isolde sings her passionate song over the dead Tristan. Much of the music is a recollection of the great love duet in the Second Act.

Contributors

Conducted By: Richard Wasell

: THE CHILDREN’S HOUR (From Birmingham)

‘ How the Chinese knew the world was round '
(from the Oxford Annual). Songs by Harold Casey (Baritone) ; Oily Oakley (Banjo Solos). The Snowman Story,' by Margaret Madeley

: DANCE MUSIC

THE LONDON RADIO DANCE BAND, directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN
PHILLIP MIDDLEMISS (Entertainer)

Contributors

Directed By: Sidney Firman
Directed By: Phillip Middlemiss

: 'WE ARE HAVING A PARTY'

With Community Singing and Parlour Games
Arranged by MONA PEARCE
From Birmingham j

Contributors

Arranged By: Mona Pearce

: VARIETY

PHYLLIS NORMAN PARKES and GALE GARDNER
(Folk Songs and Duets)
GRAY (Imitations)
WILL GARDNER (Comedian)
MALCOLM SCOTT (The Woman who Knows)

Contributors

Unknown: Phyllis Norman Parkes
Unknown: Gale Gardner
Unknown: Malcolm Scott

: Cinderella Married

From Birmingham
A hitherto untold story by RACHEL LYMAN FIELD
Produced by STUART VINDEN
The Scene is laid in Cinderella's little morning-room, the day before yesterday. The room is a charming place, with an open tire burning, white the sun is streaming brightly in. The ladies are bending over their embroidery, engaged in gossip. The day is Cinderella's wedding anniversary, and we learn, for the first time, how the little kitchen maid has progressed since her marriage.

Contributors

Story By: Rachel Lyman
Produced By: Stuart Vinden
Lady Caroline: Gwendoline J M Garlier
Lady Arabella: Molly Hall
Cinderella: Ethel Malpas
Nannie: Gladys Joiner
Prince Charming: William Hughes
Robin: Stuart Vinden








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