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: BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS

Lecture 17, Mr.
JOHN HUMPHREYS , ' Historical Personages and Their Midland Homes-The Talbots of Grafton and Bosworth Field '

Contributors

Unknown: John Humphreys

: AFTERNOON Topics

Mr. J. ERNEST JONES.
' Dr. Johnson and the Ladies-(4) Some Famous " Blue Stockings." ' Alice Carhart (Mezzo-Soprano)

Contributors

Unknown: Alice Carhart

: HAROLD TURLEY'S ORCHESTRA

relayed from
Prince's Cafe.

: Programme

S.B. from London

: Mr. G. F. J. BUVINGTON

('Chanticleer')
' Progressive Poultry Culture-(1) Winter Eggs ;

: MILITARY BAND PROGRAMME

THE CITY OF BIRMINGHAM POLICE BAND, conducted by RICHARD WASSELL ALBORADA moans the same as the French Aubade. a morning Serenade, to use a contradiction in terms,
The Scene and Qypsy Song form a movement that is largely made up of Cadenzas. As the music becomes more connected it becomes more and more impetuous. Without a pause it breaks into the- Fandango of the Asturias. The Fandango was originally an Andalusian dance with accompaniment of guitar and castanets. At the end the Alborada is repeated.

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Wassell

: Programme

S.B.from London (10.10 Local News)








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