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: Morning Concert

relayed from Daventry.

: Lyons' Café Orchestra

Conductor, Brassey Eyton.


Conductor: Brassey Eyton.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: " Social Life in the Midlands during the Industrial Revolution."



Unknown: Mr. J. D. Chambers,


Conductor, A. WHARMBY.

'Selection, Faust - Berlioz
HERBERT POWELL (Tenor).(Bestwood Colliery.) Come Into the Garden, Maud - Balfe
HERBERT POWELL and JAMES BAILEY. Duet, The Moon Hath Raised Her Lamp Above - Benedict
F. RAYNOR and A. WEBB. Cornet Duet, Besses o' the Barn - D. Carrie
THE BAND. Fox-trot, Brown Eyes, Why Are You Blue? - Bryan and Thayer
JAMES BAILEY (Bass). (Baileybrook Colliery.) The Diver - E. J. Loder
Revenge - Hatton
THE BAND. Selection, The Lady of the Rose - J. Gilbert
HERBERT POWELL. Absent - Metcalf
I Hear You Calling Me - C. Marshall
THE BAND. Suite, Three Dale Dances - A. Wood
JAMES BAILEY. The Trumpeter - J. A. Dix
JAMES BAILEY andHERBERT POWELL. Duet, Life's Dream is O'er - Asher
E. PRICE (Solo Euphonium). Jenny Jones - Rimmer
THE BAND. March, The Elephant - Hume


Conductor: A. Wharmby.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

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