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: A Children's Concert

Relayed from the Town Hall, Birmingham THE CITY OF BIRMINGAM POLICE BAND
Conducted by ADRIAN BOULT

Contributors

Conducted By: Adrian Boult

: A BAND PROGRAMME

(From Birmingham)
THE METROPOLITAN WORKS BAND
Conducted by G. H. WILSON

Contributors

Conducted By: G. H. Wilson

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR:

(From Birmingham)
' Aquarium Antics,' by Mary Haras
Songs by CUTHBERT FORD (Baritone)
Selections by THE MIDLAND PIANOFORTE SEXTET
(Leader, FRANK CANTELL)

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Haras
Songs By: Cuthbert Ford

: Light Music

GLADYS RIPLEY (Contralto)
The CARLTON MASON SEXTET

Contributors

Contralto: Gladys Ripley
Unknown: Carlton Mason

: Vaudeville

WILKIE BARD
BETTY FIELDS (Comedienne)
MABEL CONSTANDUROS (in a new Buggins sketch)
Jack PAYNE and THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Unknown: Mabel Constanduros
Unknown: Jack Payne

: A Symphony Concert

(From Birmingham)
THE BIRMTNGHAM STUDIO AUGMENTED
ORCHESTRA
(Leader, FRANK CANTELL)
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS 10.0 WEATHER FORECAST. 'SECOND GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN 10.15 Sports Bulletin (From Birmingham)
HERE is some delicate music suggested by the well - known and beautiful passages in Charles Lamb (Dream Children : A Reverie), in which he imagines himself a father, sitting by the fireside and telling little Alice and John about his own childhood. At last, the dream fades away, and the dreamer is left solitary again.
- Out of this tender musing Eigar has made two fragrant little pieces. The first is very short and rather slow ; the other is longer and quicker. At the end of all, the theme of the first piece comes back.

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis








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