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: The Reproducing Piano

(a) "Militar Marsch" (Schubert); (b) "Rhapsodie Ecossaise" (Koschity).

: Mr. Seabridge

Violin solo - (a) "Bolero" (Ed. German); (b) "Nocturne in E flat" (Chopin-Wilhelmj).

Contributors

Violinist: Mr. Seabridge

: Reproducing Piano

(a) "Canzone Amorosa", op. 25 No. 3 (Nevin); (b) "Minuet". op. 14 No. 1 (Paderewsky); (c) "Narcissus" (Nevin).

: Mr. Seabridge

Violin Solo - (a) "Romance" (Svensden); (b) "Brindisi Valse" (Alard); (c) "Serenade" (G. Pierne).

Contributors

Violinist: Mr. Seabridge

: Reproducing Piano

(a) "Liebes Walzer", op.50 (Moszkowski); (b) "Gavotte", op.3 (Sapellnikoff); (c) "La Fileuse", op.157 No.2 (Raff-Henselt).

: Scholars' Half-Hour

Mr J.T. Todd B.Sc., will give a Short Talk on Dickens.

Contributors

Speaker: J. T. Todd

: First General News Bulletin

from London; followed by the Newcastle News, giving Local Weather Report.

: Sidelights on Boxing

as told in London by Major L. R. Tosswell, O.B.E.

Contributors

Speaker: Major L. R. Tosswell

: Act 3, Scene 5, from Romeo and Juliet

by William Shakespeare.

Contributors

Author: William Shakespeare
Capulet: Mr Lee-Dixon
Lady Capulet: Ella Scott
Nurse: Doris Flemming

: Signor Silvio Sideli

London, Bass - (a) "L'Avessi In Compreso" (Deuza); (b) "Ideale", Cello obbligato (Tosti).

Contributors

Bass: Silvio Sideli

: Mr W. A. Crosse's String Orchestra

"Allegro and Minuet" (Elgar).

Contributors

Musicians: Mr W. A. Crosse's String Orchestra
Conductor: W. A. Crosse

: Signor Silvio Sideli

London, Bass - (a) "Kashmiri Song": "Pale Hands" (Woodforde-Finden); (b) "Sole Mio" (with orchestra) (Capua).

Contributors

Bass: Silvio Sideli

: Mr W. A. Crosse's String Orchestra

"Serenade" (Elgar); "Rondo" (Mozart).

Contributors

Musicians: Mr W. A. Crosse's String Orchestra
Conductor: W. A. Crosse

: Signor Silvio Sideli

London, Bass - "L'Ultima Canzone" (Tosti).

Contributors

Bass: Silvio Sideli

: Mr. W. A. Crosse's String Orchestra

Overture - "Romeo and Juliet".

Contributors

Musicians: Mr. W. A. Crosse's String Orchestra
Conductor: W. A. Crosse

: Second General News Bulletin from London

followed by Newcastle News giving Local Weather Forecast.

: Mr. W. A. Crosse's String Orchestra

"Othello Suite".

Contributors

Musicians: Mr. W. A. Crosse's String Orchestra
Conductor: W. A. Crosse

: Act 5, Scene 2 from Othello

Contributors

Desdemona: Ella Scott
Othello: Mr Lee-Dixon
Emilia: Doris Flemming
Iago: William Whitman

: Mr. W. A. Crosse's String Orchestra

- "Othello Suite".

Contributors

Musicians: Mr. W. A. Crosse's String Orchestra
Conductor: W. A. Crosse

: Act 4, Scene 5 from "Hamlet"

Contributors

King: Weden Sims
Queen: Doris Flemming
Ophelia: Ella Scott
Laertes: Mr Lee-Dixon
Gentleman: William Whitman

: Mr. W. A. Crosse's String Orchestra

"Othello Suite".

Contributors

Musicians: Mr. W. A. Crosse's String Orchestra
Conductor: W. A. Crosse

: Close Down

Contributors

Announcer: R. C. Pratt








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