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: Afternoon Topics

Mr. J. Ernest Jones, " The Bookshop -Its Quixotic Proprietor, His Ideals and His End."

Contributors

Unknown: Ernest Jones

: LOZELLS PICTURE HOUSE ORCHESTRA

Conductor, PAUL RIMMER.

Contributors

Conductor: Paul Rimmer.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Prof. C.J. PATTEN , M.A., " Bird
Life-The Triumph of Beauty." S.B. from Sheffield.

Contributors

Unknown: C.J. Patten

: Mr. SIDNEY RUSSELL

" The
British National Opera Company's Forthcoming Visit to Birmingham."

: THE STATION ORCHESTRA.

MABEL SENIOR (Soprano).
BEATRICE DICKSON
(Contralto).
FRANK CANTELL
(Solo Violin).
NIGEL DALLAWAY
(Solo Pianoforte).
An Hour with LOCAL COMPOSERS.
I.-Cyril Christopher
(BIRMINGHAM).
Valse Impromptu. Gavotte Héroique.
(Two Pianoforte Solos played by the Composer.)
MABEL SENIOR.
"Blow, Bugles, Blow." " Reverie."
(Accompanied by the Composer.)
II.-Cederic Mallabey
(NORTHAMPTON).
English Suite for Pianoforte Quartet :
Country Walk; Moorland ; The
Market.
(Played by tho
STATION PIANOFORTE
QUARTET.)
III.-Montague Butt (WOLVERHAMPTON.
Nocturne in C for Pianoforte.
(Played by NIGEL DALLA
WAY.)
" Adoration " for Pianoforte and Violin.
(Played by NIGEL DALLAWAY and FRANK CANTELL. )
THE ORCHESTRA.
Intermezzo, " Margery."
IV.-Henry Furse
(BIRMINGHAM).
THE ORCHESTRA.
Intermezzo, " Sweet Eyes of Brown."
V.-Harry Parsons
(BIRMINGHAM).
THE ORCHESTRA.
Overture, " Dramatique.

Contributors

Contralto: Beatrice Dickson
Violin: Nigel Dallaway
Played By: Nigel Dalla
Played By: Nigel Dallaway
Played By: Frank Cantell.

: An Hour with WAGNER.

THE ORCHESTRA.
Overture, " Rienzi."
BEATRICE DICKSON.
Five Poems for Contralto Voice.
THE ORCHESTRA.
" Bridal Chorus and March "
(" Lohengrin ").
Overture, "Tannhäuser."

Contributors

Unknown: Beatrice Dickson.

: Programme

S.B. from London








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