THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by FRANK CANTELL
QUILTER'S Overture is a delightful piece made by stringing together the following children's songs : Boys and girls, come out to play, Upon Paul's steeple stands a tree, Dame, get up and bake your pies, I saw three ships come sailing by, Sing a song of sixpence, There was a lady loved a swine, Over the hills and far away, The frog and the crow, A frog he would a-wooing go, Baa, baa, black sheep, Here we go round the mulberry bush, and Oranges and lenwns. FRANK THOMPSON will Entertain FRANK Thompson, further Entertainment
An Episode in One Act by JOHN POLLOCK
A Policeman and a Footman
Strange things happen in the heart of civilized London, even in these modern times. It is past midnight when down a gravel path in Hyde Park como Archibald Trevor and Tom Mainwaring , returning from the Club.
Incidental Music by the BIRMINGHAM STUDIO
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