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: VAUDEVILLE

From Birmingham
LESLIE WESTON
(Comedian)
HELENA MILLAIS
(Actress- Entertainer) ELSIE and DORIs WATERS (Entertainers with a Piano)
THE MARIMBA TRIO (Musical Selections)
PHILIP BROWN 'S
DOMINOES DANCE
BAND

Contributors

Unknown: Leslie Weston
Unknown: Helena Millais
Unknown: Philip Brown

: THE DANSANT

From Birmingham
PHILIP BROWN 'S DOMINOES DANCE
BAND
HARRY SAXTON
(in Light Songs)

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Brown
Unknown: Harry Saxton

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

{From Birmingham) :
Songs by Marjorie Hoverd (Soprano). Somo Welsh Minstrel Legends, by Margaret M. Kennedy. Dance Music by Philip Brown's Dominoes Dance Band

: LIGHT MUSIC

THE HENRY SENSICLE QUINTET

: A SYMPHONY CONCERT

In Memory of Debussy
THE
WIMELESS SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA: Leader,
S. KNEALE KELLEY
Conducted by ERNEST
ANSERMET
THERE is unusual interest in this programme in memory of Debussy, who died just ten years ago, for not only are several of his works included, besides a piece by Stravinsky intended as a tribute to him, but two older works are added of which
Debussy was very fond, and which had some influence upon his mind.
The conductor, M. Ansermct , whom we know very well, was a personal friend of Debussy, and brings to the interpretation of his music keen sympathy and intimate understanding.

Contributors

Leader: S. Kneale Kelley
Conductor: M. AnsermcT

: SYMPHONY CONCERT

(Continued)
THE title of this work, first heard here in 1921, does not signify a Symphony in the usual meaning of the term, but a sounding together of wind instruments (twelve Woodwind and eleven Brass). The composer has said that ' the tonal masses are to be regarded objectively by the ear,' and he desires that the instruments shall be played without emotional inflexions.








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