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: VAUDEVILLE

From Birmingham
MABEL FRANCE (' Aunt Maria' Sketch) MARIO DE PIETRO (Mandoline and Banjo)
PHILIP BROWN 'S DOMINOES DANCE BAND
MASON and Armes (Entertainers at the Piano)
JOHNSON BROTHERS and GREENOP (in Syncopated
Harmony)

Contributors

Unknown: Mario de Pietro
Unknown: Philip Brown

: THE DANSANT

From Birmingham
PHILIP BROWN'S DOMINOES DANCE BAND
SIDNEY NESBITT and his Ukulele

Contributors

Unknown: Sidney Nesbitt

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

(From Birmingham) :
Magic Bells of Ireland,' by Frances Ritchie. Irish Songs by Bernard Sims (Baritone). Walter Heard (Flute and Piccolo)

: Light Music

From Birmingham
PATTISON'S SALON ORCHESTRA, directed by NORRIS
STANLEY
Relayed from the Restaurant,
Corporation Street

: VARIETY

(From Birmingham)
RAE ROBERTSON and ETHEL BARTLETT
' (Duets for Two Pianos)
THE WEST AFRICAN JUBES (in Original African Songs) DAISY KENNEDY (Violin)
CHRISSIE STODDARD and ALFRED BUTLER in ' Pleasant Memories—II, Peter, Peggy, a Punt and a Proposal '

Contributors

Unknown: Rae Robertson
Unknown: Ethel Bartlett
Unknown: Alfred Butler

: A Popular Orchestral Programme

From Birmingham
The BIRMINGHAM STUDIO AUGMENTED
ORCHESTRA, conducted by Joseph LEWIS
MUSSORGSKY'S Opera treats of a dramatic neriod of change in Russian history. Ivan the Terrible's weak-minded son, has been replaced by the ambitious Boris Godounov , who is at first
Regent, afterwards Tsar. Boris has realized that his title is threatened by Ivan's younger son,
Dmitri, and has had him secretly assassinated.
In this Air, Boris, in spite of his supreme power, is disquieted. Misfortunes fall upon his dear ones.
His people are plague-stricken, and look on him as the author of their miseries. He is haunted by dreadful visions of the murdered Dmitri. He calls upon God for help.

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis
Unknown: Boris Godounov

: ORCHESTRA

Selection from ' Ballet Scenes,' Op. 52 Glazounov

: Topliss GREEN

Phillis has such charming graces

: Chorus and ORCHESTRA

Chora) Ballad, The Inchcape
Rock ' Sir Frederick Bridge
THIS is a setting of Southey's well-known poem telling how the wicked Sir Ralph the Rover removed the warning bell from the Inchcape Rock, and, fittingly, was later himself drowned there.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Frederick Bridge

: A Ballad Concert

BETTY BANNERMAN (Contralto)
DAVID HUTCHISON (Tenor)
EDITH GUNTHORPE and CECIL BAUMER (Duets for
Two Pianofortes)

Contributors

Contralto: Betty Bannerman
Tenor: David Hutchison
Tenor: Edith Gunthorpe
Tenor: Cecil Baumer








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