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: Morning Concert

relayed from Daventry

: MIKADO CAFE ORCHESTRA

Conductor,
FREDERICK BOTTOMLEY

Contributors

Conductor: Frederick Bottomley

: 'A Reader '

' New Books '

: THIRD CONCERT OF THE COMMUNITY SINGING SOCIETY

Relayed from the Albert Hall. (7.15 Doors open. 7.45 Opening Speeches and explanatory remarks by the Station Director and Mr. W. Turner. (This part nf the programme will not be broadcast.)
ARTISTS:
RITA SHARPE ('Cello)
HAROLD WILLIAMS (Baritone) JOHN HENRY (Entertainer)
The NOTTINGHAM PHILHARMONIE SOCIETY: Conductor. WILLIAM TURNER. Accompanists : MABEL HODGKINSON and ALFRED E. JAGO
CHOIR and COMMUNITY SINGING SOCIETY
HAROLD WILLIAMS with CHOIR and COMMUNITY SINGING SOCIETY
The Ash Grove (Welsh Folk-Song)
CHOIR and COMMUNITY SINGING SOCIETY The Ferry (Three-Part Round)
JOHN HENRY will Entertain
CHOIR and COMMUNITY SINGlNG SOCIETY Chairs to Mend (Threc-l'«rt Round) Reuben and Rachel
JOHN HENRY will Entertain
(The Remainder of the Concert will not be broadcast. )

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall.
Unknown: Mr. W. Turner.
Cello: Rita Sharpe
Accompanists: William Turner.
Accompanists: Mabel Hodgkinson
Accompanists: Alfred E. Jago
Unknown: Harold Williams
Unknown: John Henry
Unknown: John Henry








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