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: THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA

Personally conducted by JACK PAYNE
HARRY SHALSON (Syncopated Singer)
MABEL FITZGERALD (Entertainer)

Contributors

Conducted By: Jack Payne
Conducted By: Harry Shalson
Singer: Mabel Fitzgerald

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

(From Birmingham) :
' A Swiss Lilliput,' by Helen M. Enoch. TONY will entertain. Songs by DOROTHY MORRIS (Soprano)

: Light Music

THE WESTMINSTER SINGERS
ElLEEN ANDJELKOVITCH (Violin)
MAUD DIXON and CARL WEBER
(Dnets for Two Pianofortes)
ONE of the most popular of all madrigals is
Festa's Down in a Flow'ry Vale. It is also one of the oldest that most people are likely, nowadays, to hear. Its composer belonged to the Papal Choir, and was one of the leading men who gave the start to the groat unaccompanied choral music of the sixteenth century.
A YOUTH, taking his way through bushes and briars, ' 'all for to hoar the small birds sing,' hears his true love singing of her uneasiness because her lad does not come. She wonders if she shall tell him her mind ; but she fears that if she does so he will rebuff her, and if she is bold he may cease to love her.
THE first piece, a typical example of the gleo
(an English invention) is by William Horsley , one of the founders of our Philharmonic Society, and a friend of Mendelssohn. Ho gained much benefit from his association with the noted glee writer Dr. Callcott. Most of his life was spent as a church musician and teacher.

Contributors

Unknown: Carl Weber
Unknown: William Horsley

: Lace and Lavender

From Birmingham
THE BIRMINGHAMSTUDIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOSEPH Lewis
Selection from ' The Rebel Maid '
Montague Phillips
8.14 GEORGE PIZZEY (Baritone) and Orchestra
Two Old English Songs ..... Samuel
Wrong not; Oh, my sweetyngb
ORCHESTRA
Suite, ' At the Bal Masque ' Smith
Mélodie Erotique (Melody of Love) ; Promenade; Danse Exotique (Exotic Dance)
8.32 DOROTHY MORRIS (Soprano) and Orchestra
Three Old World Dance Songs
MontaguePhillips
With Courtly Grace (Gavotte); Powder and Patches (Minuet); In the Gay Old Times (Gigue)
ORCHESTRA
Waltz, ' Rendezvous ' ......... Zuluela
DOROTHY MORRIS, GEORGE Pizzey, and Orchestra
Say no more (from ‘Monsieur
Lightly, Lightly..Beaucaire ') Messager
ORCHESTRA
Selection from' Madame Pompadour ' Fall
Pictures from ' The Prince of Adventurers,' by courtesy of European.

: Vaudeville

From Birmingham
MABEL CONSTANDUROS (Comedienne)
FIRTH and ScoTT (Old Time Favourites)
THE MIRIMBA Trio in Musical Selections
PHILIPBROWN'S SHAKESPEARE DANCE BAND
WILL GARDNER (Entertainer)
CLAPHAM and DWYER in 'Another Spot of Bother'








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