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: A MILITARY BAND PROGRAMME

From Birmingham
THE BIRMINGHAM MILITARY BAND,
. Conducted by W. A. CLARKE

Contributors

Conducted By: W. A. Clarke

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

The Lavender
Maze,' by Dorothy Cooper. Songs by Phyllis Lones (Mezzo-Soprano). Edgar Wheatley (Violin). The Story of the Charter Oak, by E. M. Griffiths

: THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA

Personally conducted by JACK PAYNE
FREDERICK CHESTER (West Country Dialect
Stories)
JOE MORLEY (Banjo Solos)

Contributors

Conducted By: Jack Payne
Conducted By: Frederick Chester
Unknown: Joe Morley

: The Victor Olof Sextet

ANNA TIBELL (Contralto)
T ISZT was a great lover of the music of the gipsies of Hungary, and made a number of their tunes into Rhapsodies-a a term he used, so he said, because he felt that it best expressed the epic element in the gipsies performances. In his book ' The Gipsies and their Music in Hungary ' he gives a stirring account of such performances. Most of his twenty Rhapsodies were composed on his return in 1839 from a tour abroad, on which occasion a sword of honour was presented to him by Hungarian nobles. They were Piano solos, and Liszt later arranged some for Piano duet, and orchestrated a few.

Contributors

Contralto: Anna Tibell

: ' LOUISE '

ACT III
From The Royal Opera House,
Covent Garden

Contributors

Louise: Fanny Heldy
Julien: Fernand Ansseau
Le Pape des Fous: Marcel Claudel
Le Chiffonier: Paul Payan
La Mere: Jane Bourguignon

: A Ballad Concert

(From Birmingham)
HERBERT THORPE (Tenor) and HARRY BRINDLE (Bass)

Contributors

Tenor: Herbert Thorpe
Bass: Harry Brindle








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