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: ORGAN RECITAL

By ERNEST F. MATHER , L.R.A.M.
Organist and Director of the Choir, St. Mary Magdalene, Munster Square. Relayed from
St. Mary-le-Bow

Contributors

Unknown: Ernest F. Mather
Unknown: Munster Square.

: The CHILDREN'S HOUR:

(From Birmingham)
' The Flame Fairies,' by Azelino Lewis
Songs by ALFRED BUTLER
(Baritone)
Story told by GLADYS COL -
BOURNE OLLY OAKLEY (Banjo)

Contributors

Unknown: Azelino Lewis
Songs By: Alfred Butler
Told By: Gladys Col
Told By: Bourne Olly Oakley

: Light Music

GWLADYS HAY-DILLON (Soprano)
STEWART GARDNER (Baritone)
THE HENRY SENSICLE QUINTET

Contributors

Baritone: Stewart Gardner

: Vaudeville

(From Birmingham)
MIRIAM FERRIS
(Light Songs)
BOBBY BLYTHE and DOROTHY MONKMAN
(Comedy Duo)
DOEOTHY McBLAlN
(The Girl who Whistles in her Throat)
OLLY OAKLEY (Banjo)
FRED GIBSON , in Mirth and Misery
PHILIPBROWN'S ASTORIANS DANCE BAND

Contributors

Unknown: Miriam Ferris
Unknown: Bobby Blythe
Unknown: Dorothy Monkman
Unknown: Fred Gibson

: Excerpts from Gounod's 'Faust'

(From Birmingham)
THE BIRMINGHAMStudio AUGMENTED
ORCHESTRA
(Leader, FRANK CANTELL)
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS FRANCES MORRIS (Soprano) Constance WILLIS (Contralto)
NORMAN KING (Tenor)
HOWARD Fny (Baritone)
Tenor Aria and Chorus, ' In vain do I call '
Tenor and Baritone Duct,
' Be mine the delight'
Baritone Aria, ' Tho Calf of Gold'
Waltz and Chorus, ' Light as Air'
Contralto Aria, 'The Flower
Song'
Soprano Aria, ' The Jewel
Song'
Contralto Aria, ' When all was young'
Chorus, ' The Soldiers'
Chorus'
Baritone Aria, ' Mephistopheles' Serenade '
Finale, Act V
Selection from the Ballet
Music

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis
Soprano: Frances Morris
Soprano: Constance Willis








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