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: AN ORGAN RECITAL

by BERTRAM J. ORSMA
(Organist and Director of the CHOIR, HOLY
TRINITY, Upper Tooting)
Relayed from St. Mary-Ie-Bow

Contributors

Organist: Bertram J. Orsma

: THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA

Personally conducted by JACK PAYNE
FLORENCE OLDHAM (SongsatthePiano)
REG PALMER (Entertainer)

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Payne
Unknown: Florence Oldham
Unknown: Reg Palmer

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

(From Birmingham) :
'The Laziest Creature in all the World,' by G.
Bernard Hughes. Songs by Marjorie Hoverd
(Soprano). Edgar Lane (Recitals). 'True Adventure Stories—The Constant Prince,' by Margaret M. Kennedy

: Light Music

PAULINE MAUNDER (Soprano); NORMAN VENNER
(Baritone)
THE RICHARD BRINKMAN SEXTET

Contributors

Soprano: Pauline Maunder
Soprano: Norman Venner

: ' The Mirage of Cowardice '

by RALPH DE ROHAN
Read by himself

Contributors

Unknown: Ralph de Rohan

: A Light Orchestral Concert

From Birmingham
CONSTANCE WILLIS (Contralto) ; DAVID McCALLUM
(Violin)
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA, conducted by Joseph LEWIS
BEFORE Schubert left school he had started to set the libretto, by Kotzebue, of this three - Act Light Opera, Des Teujels Lustschloss, on a would-be comical subject,bringingin ghostly influences. He finished the workin 1814 (when lie was seventeen), and re-wrote it a few months later. But, like so many of his dozen or more Operas, it remained in obscurity, and was never put on the stage. 10.0 WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN ; Road Report 10.15 DANCE MUSIC: MARIUS B. WINTER'S DANCE BAND from the Hotel Cecil

Contributors

Contralto: Constance Willis
Contralto: David McCallum
Conducted By: Joseph Lewis








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