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: Orchestra

relayed from Tilley's
Restaurant. J. J. Martin (Baritone). Edison Phonograph.

Contributors

Baritone: J. J. Martin

: Resina Wall (Viola) and Olive Tomlinson (Pianoforte).

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Lewis (Duettists). John Marsh (Violin). The Rev. Herbert Barnes on " Longfellow."

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs. Arthur L.
Violin: John Marsh
Unknown: Rev. Herbert Barnes

: Scholars' Half-Hour

The
Rev. A.H. Robins on " The Past in the Present-Ourselves."

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. A.H. Robins

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
The Rt. Hon. Sir HORACE PLUNKETT.
S.B. from London. Local News.
Beethoven. fBorn December 115th, 1770.) THE STATION SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA.
Conductor, EDWARD CLARK.
ETHEL M. STANLEY (Mezzo-Soprano).
ETHEL PAGE (Solo Pianoforte).

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Horace Plunkett.
Conductor: Edward Clark.
Mezzo-Soprano: Ethel M. Stanley

: Orchestra.

Overture, " Leonora," No. 3.

: Ethel M. Stanley.

" In Questa Tomba. "

Contributors

Unknown: Questa Tomba.

: Orchestra.

Symphony No. 7 in A Major.

: Ethel M. Stanley.

Three Lyrics of Goethe (Op. 84).

: Ethel Page.

Sonata Appassionata (Op. 57) in F Minor. Seven Bagatelles.

: HAIDEE GUNN and FRANK ROYDE.

In Scenes Grave and Gay, Portraying the Emotions.
Incidental Music bv
THE STATION ORCHESTRA.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London. Sir
HALFORD MACKINDER. S.B. from
London. Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Halford MacKinder.








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