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: A MILITARY BAND PROGRAMME

(From Birmingham)
THE BAND oi the 2ND BN. THE KING'S REGIMENT (By permission of Lt.-Col. L. R. SCHUSTER ,
D.S.O., and OFFICERS)
Conducted by Bandmaster H. D. HEMSLEY
PHILIP MIDDLEMISS (Entertainer)

Contributors

Unknown: Lt.-Col. L. R. Schuster
Conducted By: Bandmaster H. D. Hemsley
Conducted By: Philip Middlemiss

: DANCE MUSIC

JACK PAYNE and THE B.B.C.
DANCE ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Payne

: The Children's Hour:

(From Birmingham)
Songs by MARJORIE HOVERD
(Soprano)
'Anne the Tumbler,' by BLADON PEAKE
DENIS O'NEIL in Irish
Songs
PHILIP MIDDLEMISS will
Entertain

Contributors

Songs By: Marjorie Hoverd
Unknown: Bladon Peake
Unknown: Denis O'Neil
Unknown: Philip Middlemiss

: The First News'

; WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN

: DANCE MUSIC

JACK PAYNE and The B.B.C.
DANCE ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Payne

: Light Music

(From Birmingham)
PATTISON'S SALON ORCHESTRA
Directed by Norris Stanley
Relayed from the Cafe Restaurant, Corporation Street
ALEC SHANKS (Baritone)
NORRIS STANLEY (Violin)

Contributors

Violin: Norris Stanley

: Vaudeville

(From Birmingham)
Jack EDWARDS and his Ukulele
THE OLD Time SlNGERS
DENIS O'NEIL in Irish Song and Story HAROLD CLEMENCE (The Lugubrious One)
FLORENCE OLDHAM (Light Songs)
PHILIP BROWN 'S ' ORIGINALS’ DANCE BAND

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Edwards
Unknown: Denis O'Neil
Unknown: Story Harold Clemence
Unknown: Philip Brown

: Instrumental Programme

(From Birmingham)
IVOR JAMES ( Violoncello) DAVID MCCALLUM (Violin) MILDRED DILLING (Harp)
KREISLER'S career has been in many ways an astonishing one. He was only reven when he made his first concert appearance, and in the same year entered the Vienna Conservatoire, in spite of the rule that pupils must bo at least fourteen years old on admission. He was the youngest pupil who ever studied there, and certainly the youngest who ever won the Gold Medal for violin playing. He was then only ten. Two years later he achieved another amazing success, by winning the first Prix de Rome of the Paris Conservatoire, in competition with forty others, not one of whom was less than twenty years of age. After some successful concert tours in Europe and America, he came back to Vienna and gave up music altogether for a time. He took a course in Medicine, studied painting both in Paris and in Rome, and finally became a cavalry officer. During his army service, he laid his violin entirely aside, developing, no doubt, that splendid physique which enables him to withstand so well the arduous life of a virtuoso. Taking up his music once more, he soon made himself one of the foremost concert players in the world, and though his career was again interrupted by army service, during the War, when he was wounded, he is still, probably the most popular solo violinist of today ; he is certainly one of the most brilliant.

Contributors

Unknown: Ivor James
Violin: David McCallum
Harp: Mildred Dilling

: DANCE MUSIC

JACK HYLTON 'S AMBASSADOR CLUB BAND, directed by RAY STARITA from the AMBASSADOR CLUB

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Hylton
Directed By: Ray Starita








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