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: DANCE MUSIC

(From Birmingham)
BILLIE FRANCIS and his BAND '
Relayed from the West End Dance Hall
EVELYN ASTLE (Soprano)

Contributors

Unknown: Billie Francis
Soprano: Evelyn Astle

: 'Trifles'

(From Birmingham) '
A Revue in Twelve Dishes to suit all tastes by DOROTHY EAVES
Recipe : Place a mixture of melody and mirth on paper, whisk in a few 'fresh jokes and Stand the whole on a table in front of micro-, phone. Stir up the Artists; sprinkle the Studio generously with Syncopated Pianists, decorate with one or two Announcers, season with plenty of pep and serve immediately.
Served tip by : HARRY SAXTON
PHYLLIS LONES
HARRY SENNETT !
EDITH JAMES
VICTOR BRIAN
ALFRED BUTLER with WALTER RANDALL and NIGEL DALLAWAY at the Pianos

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Saxton
Unknown: Phyllis Lones
Unknown: Harry Sennett
Unknown: Edith James
Unknown: Victor Brian
Unknown: Alfred Butler
Unknown: Walter Randall
Unknown: Nigel Dallaway

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

(From Birmingham)
' Snooky goes Skating,' by Phyllis Richardson
GWEN LONES (Violin).
Songs by BERNARD Sims (Baritone)

Contributors

Unknown: Phyllis Richardson
Violin: Gwen Lones
Songs By: Bernard Sims

: Light Music

OLIVE KAVANN and PERCY KAHN
(Tn Solos and Duets)
THE GERSnoM PARKINGTON QUINTET

Contributors

Unknown: Olive Kavann
Unknown: Percy Kahn

: A Symphony Concert

(From Birmingham)
The BIRMINGHAM STUDIO AUGMENTED
ORCHESTRA
Leader, FRANK CANTTEL
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS

Contributors

Leader: Frank Canttel
Conducted By: Joseph Lewis

: The Midland Pianoforte Sextet

Leader, FRANK CANTELL
From Birmingham
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Contributors

Leader: Frank Cantell








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