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: VARIETY

(From Birmingham)
GERALD SCOTT (Baritone) and VIVIENNE CHATTERTON (Soprano)
Duets
SARA Sarony in an Act of Reminiscence
NIGEL DALLAWAY and MARGARET ABLETHORPE
Duets for Two Pianofortes
ALFRED BUTLER and CHRISSIE STODDARD
In Further Pleasant Memories
' Peter, Peggy and a Programme '

Contributors

Baritone: Gerald Scott
Unknown: Nigel Dallaway
Unknown: Margaret Ablethorpe
Pianofortes: Alfred Butler

: Thé Dansant

(From Birmingham)
Billie Francis and his Band
Relayed from the West End Dance Hall
Edith James (Entertainer at the Piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Brllie Francis

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR:

(From Birmingham)
' Another Snooky Adventure,' by Phyllis Richardson
Songs by JAMES HOWELL
(Bass)
' The Island of Bliss,' an Italian Fairy Story by Gwendoline Carlier SIDNEY HULL (Banjo)

Contributors

Unknown: Phyllis Richardson
Songs By: James Howell
Story By: Gwendoline Carlier
Story By: Sidney Hull

: Sports Bulletin

(From Birmingham)

: Light Music

(From Birmingham)
PATTISON'S SALON ORCHESTRA, Directed by NORRIS STANLEY
Relayed from the Caf6 Restaurant, Corporation Street

Contributors

Directed By: Norris Stanley

: A Symphony Concert BRAHMS

(From Birmingham)
The Birmingham STUDIO AUGMENTED
, ORCHESTRA
(Leader, FRANK CANTELL)
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
Academic Festival Overture, Op. 80
JOHN ARMSTRONG (Tenor)
Liebestru (Faithful Love) Parole (Watchword)
Wie bist du meine Konigin (Beauteous and kind art thou)

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis

: EDA KERSEY

(Violin) and Orchestra Violin Concerto in D, Op. 77
ONE of Brahms' most intimate friends was the great violinist, Joachim...
This Violin Concerto, the only one Brahms ever wrote, was dedicated to him, and Joachim, besides taking a great interest in its composition, and advising about some points of fiddle writing, himself wrote the cadenzas for it.
Early Violin Concertos were not much more than means of display for the soloist. In this of Brahms the violinist is a partner with the Orchestra, bound up in the bundle of its life ; there is a perfect balance between the works of the two, and each contributes equally to the building up of the work.
There are three Movements ; a fully-developed quick one, a serene Slow one, and an energetic
Finale, in which we find some gay Hungarian colour.

: JOHN ARMSTRONG

Minnelied (Love Song) Wenn umden Hollunder
(When twilight's soft breezes)
Meine Lieder (My Songs) Es traumte mir (I dreamed)
Botsehaft (Message)

: Orchestra

Fourth Symphony inE
Minor, Op. 98
Allegro non assai; Andante moderate ; Presto giocoso ; Allegro energico e patetico

: Sports Bulletin

(From Birmingham)

: A Ballad Concert

ETHEL FENTON (Contralto)
JAMES HOWELL (Bass)
EDITH GUNTHORPE and CECIL BAUMER (Duets for Two Pianofortes)

Contributors

Unknown: Ethel Fenton
Bass: James Howell
Bass: Edith Gunthorpe
Bass: Cecil Baumer








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