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: VARIETY

From Birmingham
NICOL PENTLAND (in Scots
Recitations)
NIEDZIELSKI (Pianoforte)
SARA SARONY (Songs of Reminiscences at the Piano)
THE CLEFF TRIO in Part Songs

: DANCE MUSIC

From Birmingham
PAUL RAFFMAN and his BAND ALICE MOXON (Soprano) in Light Songs

Contributors

Soprano: Alice Moxon

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

(FromBirmingham):APhyllis Richard -
Further Snooky Adventure,' by Phyllis Richard -son. Eda Kersey (Viohn). hongs by Gabriel Lavelle (Baritone)

Contributors

Unknown: Aphyllis Richard
Unknown: Phyllis Richard
Baritone: Gabriel Lavelle

: Light Music

From Birmingham
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA, conducted by FRANK CANTELL
8.0 Paste,' a short story by Henry James , read by Mr. H. S. EDE

Contributors

Conducted By: Frank Cantell
Story By: Henry James
Read By: Mr. H. S. Ede

: Chamber Music

DOROTHY HELMRICH
(Mezzo-Soprano)
NICHOLAS ROTH (Violin)
GEORGE ROTH (Violoncello) ENDRE PETRI (Pianoforte)
GEORGE ROTH and ENDRE PETRI

Contributors

Violin: Nicholas Roth
Violin: George Roth
Pianoforte: George Roth
Pianoforte: Endre Petri

: Some Old-Fashioned Dances

From Birmingham
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA, conducted by JOSEPH Lewis
With an Interlude of Old Time Songs by NELLIE FINCH (Soprano)

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis
Songs By: Nellie Finch








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