'Candle Light Fun,' by Cicely Fleming
Songs and Concerted Items, by DOROTHY BENNET (Soprano), ENID CRUICKSHANK (Contralto),
TREFOR JONES (Tenor), DALE SMITH (Bass) ; ' Come with me-to the Cinema,' by Florence M. Austin
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by FRANK CANTELL
D'AMBROSIO, known to tho present day only as the composer of one or two charmingly melodious violin pieces, was himself a fine violinist, a distinguished pupil of the Conservatoire at Naples. His short and busy life was shared between Nice and Paris, and it was there that he died shortly after the outbreak of the Great War, at the age of only forty-three. Many of the greatest violinists have included some of his graceful music in their repertory; it is so well suited to display the best qualities of the instrument that it is likely to retain its popularity.
A Ballegorical Cantorio by SAMUEL SNOOP ,
(Organist of DUMBLETON MINSTER and Hon.
Conductor of THE DUMBLETON MORPHEUS
Wait and See
THE TERRITORIAL BAND
THE RECTOR AND CHURCH-
THE URBAN DISTRICT
THE D U M B L E T O N Fire
THE LITTLE BIRDIES'
POOR OLD IRELAND
THE ANCIENT ORDER OF
! This Life is Not All Beer and Skittles ' presented by DOROTHY BENNETT
TREFOR JONES (Tenor)
DALE SMITH (Bass)
THE MIDLAND PIANOFORTE
(Leader, FRANK CANTELL )
Assisted by WALTER HEARD (Flute) and THE DUMBLETON BRASS BAND
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