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: ORGAN RECITAL

by J. ALBERT SOWERBUTT from St. Mary-le-Bow
ALEXANDER MCCREDIE (Tenor)

Contributors

Unknown: J. Albert Sowerbutt
Tenor: Alexander McCredie

: JACK PADBURY'S COSMO CLUB SIX

WILL GARDNER
(Entertainer)
JACK BEECHING and PARTNER
(Syncopated Songs and Duets)

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Beeching

: The Children's Hour

(From Birmingham)
' The Candlemas Goblins,' by E. M. GRIFFITHS
STANELLI and EDGAR with their Violins
LEONARD HENRY will entertain

Contributors

Unknown: E. M. Griffiths
Violins: Leonard Henry

: Light Music

(From Birmingham)
Relayed from Lewis' Stores
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
BOCCHERINI, in his own day in the very front rank of Violoncello players, was also a composer of immense industry. It used to be said of him that he was a fountain of which it was only necessary to turn on the tap to produce a stream of music. He left no fewer than 467 instrumental works, including twenty symphonies, all of them marked by simple natural melodiousness, and by a dignified and courtly style. He and Haydn had a great mutual regard, and the relation of Boccherini's music to that of the more famous master was characterized in the saying that ' Boccherini was the wife of Haydn.
The little Minuet, which is his most famoua piece at the present day, is a happy example of the easy graceful melodiousness of which his music is full.

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis

: Vaudeville

(From Birmingham)
J. H. SCOTLAND (Light Songs)
POWELL EASTBURY and MARJORIE BOWYA (Entertainers)
JANET JOYE in ' Types and Notions'
LEONARD HENRY (Comedian)
STANELLI and EDGAR (The Violin Duo)
PHILIP BROWN'S SHAKESPEARIANS DANCE BAND

Contributors

Unknown: Marjorie Bowya
Unknown: Janet Joye
Unknown: Leonard Henry
Unknown: Philip Brown

: ' Lines of Communication '

(From Birmingham)
'Two Women and a Telephone'
By Rica BROMLEY TAYLOR
Pauline is discovered in a well-furnished boudoir becomingly dressed in negligee
'Postal Orders'
By ROLAND PERTWEE
The action takes place in a Branch Post Office
Incidental Music by THE EDGAR WHEATLEY
PIANOFORTE TRIO

Contributors

Unknown: Rica Bromley Taylor
Unknown: Roland Pertwee
Pianoforte: Edgar Wheatley
Pauline Knight: Janet Eccles
Madge Ashleigh: Elizabeth Halford
Miss Budd: Maud Gill
Miss Evans: Maisie Gilbert
Miss Parker: Doris Burton
Gladys Graham: Gladys Ward
Ralph Wayne: Stuart Vinden








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