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: THE LONDON Radio DANCE BAND

Conducted by SIDNEY FIRMAN
FRED LEWIS (Impersonations)

Contributors

Conducted By: Sidney Firman
Conducted By: Fred Lewis

: LOZELLS PICTURE HOUSE ORGAN

From Birmingham
IN the Midsummer Night's Dream Overture you will hear: (1) Fairies (light, flitting music for the first minute or so) : (2) Festal pomp ; (3) The bray of an nss (Bottom, ' translated '). These are the threo outstanding ideas from which this wonderful Overture glows. The work is famous for its fine quality, and for the fact that Mendelssohn wrote it before he was eighteen.

: A BALLAD CONCERT

AUBREY MILLWARD (Baritone)
MELSA (Violin)
ANGELICA MESSAROSH ('Cello)

Contributors

Baritone: Aubrey Millward
Cello: Angelica Messarosh

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

(From Birmingham) 'The Magic Sledge,' by Janet Muir. Songs by Ethel Williams (Contralto) and John Armstrong (Tenor). Dialogue, 'A Glimpse of Venice,' by Mona Pearce

: LIGHT JIUSIC

THE ANDREW BROWN QUINTET
ELEANOR MARSHALL (Soprano) BARRINGTON HOOPER (Tenor)

Contributors

Soprano: Eleanor Marshall
Tenor: Barrington Hooper

: HAYDN AND MOZART MUSIC

From Birmingham
The BIRMINGHAM STUDIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
(Leader, FRANK CANTELL). Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis

: ' WINTER '

(Part IV of Suite, ' The Seasons ')
(Haydn)
Soloists :
EMILIE WALDRON JOHN ARMSTRONG
JOSEPH FARRINGTON
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Soloists: Emilie Waldron
Soloists: John Armstrong
Unknown: Joseph Farrington

: THE SALISBURY SINGERS

VICTOR WATSON (Double Bass)

Contributors

Unknown: Victor Watson

: THE RIVIERA CLUB DANCE BAND,

under the direction of HARRY Josephs, from the Riviera Club








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