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: AN ORCHESTRAL AND VOCAL CONCERT

FromBirmingham
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO Chorus and AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA (Leader, FRANK
CANTELL)
Conducted by JOSEPH Lewis
EMILIE WALDRON (Soprano) ; ALICE VAUGHAN (Contralto); GEOFFREY DAMS (Tenor) ;
JAMES HOWELL (Bass)
VOCAL QUARTET, Chorus, and ORCHESTRA
' THE GOLDEN THRESHOLD '
(Liza Lehmann )
An Indian Song Garland for Solo Voices, Chorus, and Orchestra
Poems by NAIDU
Song, ' You flaunt your beauty/in the Rose ' Song. ' Alabaster '
Duet, ' Like a Serpent to the colling voice of Flutes'
Song. ' Song of a Dream '
Solo and Chorus,' The Royal Tombs of Golconda '
Solo and Quartet, ' To a Buddha ' Song. ' The Snake-charmer ' Song. ' Cradle Song '
Chorus, ' Harvest Hymn '
Duct and Chorus, ' Henna ' Duet, ' Palanquin Bearers '
Song, ' The Serpents are asleep'
Chorus, ' 'Nightfall in the City of Hyderabad '
Chorus. ' Indian Dancers *
Trio, ' New leaves grow green on the Banyan twigs '
Solo and Quartet, ' At the Threshold' DELIBES wrote the music for Victor Hugo's play Le roi s'amuse
(which also supplied another composer with an opportunity, since Verdi's Rigoletto is an Operatic treatment of it). The play was a gory nnd passionate production, but gave Deiibes opportunities for some charming incidental music, as this Suite will show. Several of the pieces in it are in old dance forms-the brisk Galliard, the slow and stately Pavane, and the lively Passepied.

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis
Soprano: Emilie Waldron
Soprano: Alice Vaughan
Tenor: James Howell
Unknown: Liza Lehmann

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

From THE PARISH CHURCH,
STOKE on TRENT

: THE WEEK'S GOOD Cause (From Birmingham) :

Appeal on behalf of the Birmingham Police Aided Association by Sir CHARLES RAFTER

: CHAMBER MUSIC

ADOLPHE HALLIS (Pianoforte)
The POLTRONIERI STRING Quartet
ALBEBTO POLTRONIERI (1st Violin)
FIORENZO MORA (Viola)
GUIDO FERRARI (2nd Violin)
ANTONIO VALlSI ('Cello)

Contributors

Pianoforte: Adolphe Hallis
Unknown: Albebto Poltronieri
Viola: Fiorenzo Mora
Viola: Guido Ferrari
Cello: Antonio Vallsi








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