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: Chamber Music.

GEOFFREY DAMH (Tenor).
AUDREY HAMPDEN (Violin).
JOHN SNOWDKN (Violoncello).
PERCIVAL GARRATT (Pianoforte).
AUDREY HAMPDEN and PERCIVAL GARRATT

Contributors

Tenor: Geoffrey Damh
Violin: Audrey Hampden
Violin: John Snowdkn
Pianoforte: Percival Garratt
Pianoforte: Audrey Hampden
Pianoforte: Percival Garratt

: Religious Service.

Conducted by the Rev. J. DAVISON BROWN
(Acock's Green Wesleyan Church.) Relayed from the Ebenezer Church.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. J. Davison Brown

: Saint-Saens' Music...

THE STATION AUGMENTED
ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS. ALICE VAUGHAN (Contralto).
NIGEL DALLAWAY (Solo Pianoforte).
THE ORCHESTRA.
Overture. " La Princesse Jaune."
"Menuet de la Reine Anne " (" Henry.
VIII. ").
ALICE VAUGHAN.
Aria. " 0 Love From Thy Power Samson and Delilah ").
NIGEL DALLAWAY and ORCHESTRA. Second Pianoforte Concerto in G Minor,
Op. 22.
ALICE VAUGHAN.
Aria, "Softly Awakes My Heart " (" Samson and Delilah ").
THE ORCHESTRA.
Symphonic Poem, " Le Rouet d'Omphale,"
Op. 31.
Selections from "Suite Algerienne/'
Op. 60.

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis.
Contralto: Alice Vaughan
Contralto: Nigel Dallaway
Unknown: Reine Anne
Unknown: Alice Vaughan.
Unknown: Nigel Dallaway
Unknown: Alice Vaughan.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Local News.

: THE ORCHESTRA.

" Le Cygne " (arranged foe Orchestra).








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