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: PROGRAMME OF Music, relayed from the Pump Room. Royal Leamington Spa. Musical

Director. EDNA WILLOUGHBY
MR. FENNEY is a Birmingham Composer, born in 1891, who, after a period of self- tuition, became a pupil of Bantock. His output has been comparatively small, but his workmanship is fastidious.
His Trio in G (Op. 20) is in three Movements.
It is strong music, well thought and sincerely felt.

Contributors

Director: Edna Willoughby

: VARIED ITEMS

PATTISON'S SALON ORCHESTRA, directed by THOMAS JONES
Relayed from Corporation Street Cafe Restaurant

Contributors

Directed By: Thomas Jones

: ' THE NINTH WALTZ '

A Comedy in One Act by R. C. CARTON
THE duologue takes place in an ante-room in the house of Lady Brabazon. Mayfair. A Ball is in progress and the ante-room adjoins the Ballroom. When the duologue commences, Florence enters, speaking as she does so.

Contributors

Unknown: R. C. Carton
Florence: Ethel Malpas
Rolland: Stuart Vinden

: SANDY ROWAN

SCOTTISH COMEDIAN

: Harry Hopewell (Baritone)

In a Recital of Songs of the Midland Counties
The Derby Ram (Derbyshire) ..... \ I'll tell you of a fellow (Leicester-
The Sprig of 'Thyme (Northants) Collected and 'Twas early one morning (Oxon).. arranged
The Garden Gate (Warwickshire) by Broad. Now Robin, lend to me thy bow wood and (Rutlandshire) ..... Fuller
Sweet William (Worcestershire).. Mailland Feast Song (Gloucestershire) ...... A Virgin Unspotted (Herefordshire)








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