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: MIDDAY SERVICE

relayed from St. Martin's Parish Church. Speaker, Canou Gay ROGERS, Rector of Birmingham.

Contributors

Unknown: Canou Gay

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: Story by Phyllis
Richardson. Songs by Florence Cleeton (Soprano). ' The Story of the Union Jack,' by Margaret Madeley

: THE MUSIC OF EUROPE

A representative selection of music by European Composers
BERGITTE BLAKSTAD (Contralto) ; MINNIS HAMBLETT (Pianoforte) ; SYDNEY COLTHAM (Tenor); LUIGI GASPARINI (Violoncello); THE STATION ORCHESTRA
DOHNANYI is a present-day Hungarian
Composer who is best known to us as a much-travelled concert. Pianist, and as the Composer of some sprightly and piquant Orchestral pieces. He has a fine sense of colour, and his harmonies often take unexpected turns. ORCHESTRA.
Two Entr'actes from 'Rosamunde' Schubert
THE pleasant mountain regions of Bavaria, its people and its peasant life, were pictured in a set of melodious choral pieces, for which Lady Elgar wrote the words. Later, three of these were re-dressed as orchestral pieces. Their titles are: (1) The Dance; (2) Lullaby : (3) The Marksmen. 9.0 S.B. from London (9.15 Local News)








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