GORDON SLATER (Pianoforte) ; LESLIE BENNETT
In a recital of GORDON SLATER 'S Compositions
S. C. COTTERELL (Clarinet) ; NIGEL DALLAWAY
Rhapsody in B Flat
(Accompanied by THE COMPOSER)
Lawn as White as Driven Snow And shall Trelawny Die ?
In Time of the Breaking of Nations
A M nion Wife
A Ballad of Queen Elizabeth
Seullrig Bourree in A Sea Croon
The Blue Peter
Where lies the Land
The Green Willow Tewkesbury Road
(From Birmingham): 'The Magic Chute-IV, The Twins decide the Weed War,' by Frieda Bacon. Songs by Leslie Bennett (Baritone). Competition Essay : ' How Gramophone
Records are Made,' by Major Vernon BROOK. Fred Masters will entertain
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