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: Morning Concert

relayed from Daventry

: THE MIKADO CAFÉ ORCHESTRA

conducted by FREDERICK BOTTOMLEY

Contributors

Conducted By: Frederick Bottomley

: THE ALHAMBRA PLAYERS (Dance Music)

IDA SARGENT (Songs at the Piano) THE ALHAMBRA PLAYERS (Dance Music)

: EVENING CONCERT

Words from the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam
ELSIE CARLIN (Soprano)
GLADYS JONES (Contralto) HARRY STEVENS (Tenor)
MARK MELLERS (Baritone)
QUARTET: Wake for the Sun has scattered into Flight
HARRY STEVENS: Before the Phantom of False
Morning died
MARK MELLERS : Recit., ' Now the New Year reviving Old Desires '
HARRY STEVENS : Iram Indeed has Gone With
All his Rose QUARTET: Come Fill the Cup and in the Fire of Spring
HARRY STEVENS : Whether at Mashapur or Babylon GLADYS JONES : Recit., Ah, not a Drop that from our cups we throw.' ' I Sometimes
Think That Never Blows So Red '
ELSIE CARLIN and HARRY STEVENS : Duet
'A Book of Verses underneath the Bough '
MARK MELLERS : Myself when Young; Recit., 'Ah, Make the Most of what we Yet may
Spend '
GLADYS JONES : When You and I behind the Veil are past
ELSIE CARLIN : But if the Soul can Fling the dust Aside. I Sent my Soul through the Invisible
HARRY STEVENS : Alas, that Spring should vanish
GLADYS JONES : The Worldly Hope Men set their Hearts upon
ELSIE CARLIN : Each Morn a thousand Roses brings, you say
HARRY STEVENS : Recit., 'Ah, Fill the Cup
'Ah, Moon of my Delight'
MARK MELLERS : As then the Tulip from her morning sup QUARTET: Alas! that Spring should vanish

Contributors

Soprano: Elsie Carlin
Contralto: Gladys Jones
Tenor: Harry Stevens
Baritone: Mark Mellers
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Unknown: Mark Mellers
Unknown: Harry Stevens
Unknown: Harry Stevens
Unknown: Gladys Jones
Unknown: Elsie Carlin
Unknown: Harry Stevens
Unknown: Mark Mellers
Unknown: Gladys Jones
Unknown: Elsie Carlin
Unknown: Harry Stevens
Unknown: Gladys Jones
Unknown: Elsie Carlin
Unknown: Harry Stevens
Unknown: Mark Mellers








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