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: THE DANSANT

TriE PICCADILLY
DANCE BAND
Directed by AL STARITA , from the Piccadilly Hotel

Contributors

Directed By: Al Starita

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

(From Birmingham): Musical SELECTIONS by ERNEST MANSELL'S HAND BELL RINGERS. A further Snooky Ad. venture, by Phyllis
Richardson. Geoffrey
Dams (Tenor)

: Light Music

Callender's Band

Satne and Armine Meduria (in Contralto Duets)

: A CONCERT OF WORKS

by FREDERICK D'ERLANGER
STILES ALLEN (Soprano), FRANK TITTERTON
(Tenor), WILLIAM PRIMROSE (Violin) THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO CHORUS and AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA
(Conducted by PERCY PITT )
ORCHESTRA
Prelude Dramatique
Excerpts from Opera ' Tesb '
CHORUS and Orchestra
Chorus of Village
Maidens
FRANK TITTERTON and Orchestra
Aria of Angel Clare
(From Act I)
ORCRESTRA
Introduction to Act
III
CHORUS
Chorus
STILES ALLEN and Orchestra
Aria of Tess
STILES ALLEN ,
FRANK TITTERTON and Orchestra
Duet from Act III
(Tess and Angel Clare)
WILLIAM PRIMROSE and Orchestra
Violin Concerto in D
SONGS ACCOMPANIED
BY COMPOSER
STILES ALLEN
L'Abbesse (The
Abbess)
Alone
FRANK TITTERTON
Dream
Mon âme a ton coeur s'est donnee (My soul to thy heart I have given)

Contributors

Unknown: Frederick D'Erlanger
Soprano: Stiles Allen
Soprano: Frank Titterton
Tenor: William Primrose
Conducted By: Percy Pitt
Unknown: Stiles Allen
Unknown: Stiles Allen
Unknown: Frank Titterton
Unknown: William Primrose
Unknown: Stiles Allen

: LOZELLS PICTURE HOUSE ORGAN

From Birmingham
Played by FRANK NEWMAN

Contributors

Played By: Frank Newman

: A BALLAD CONCERT

From Birmingham
GEOFFREY DAMS (Tenor)
JAMES HowELL (Baritone) WYNNE AJELLO (Soprano)

Contributors

Tenor: Geoffrey Dams
Baritone: James Howell
Soprano: Wynne Ajello








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