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: Mrs. Una Rodenhurst

"Charlotte Bronte and Her Heroines
, -The Author-or Authoress."

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: AN "ALL-BROWS" CONCERT.

Relayed to DAVENTRY.
"LOHENGRIN "
(Act III., Scenes I. and II.)
(Wagner).
Elsa BEATRICE MIRANDA
Lohengrin WALTER HYDE
THE "5NO" CHORAL SOCIETY: Chorus Master, RICHARD PRATT.
THE STATION ORCHESTRA :
Conductor, EDWARD CLARK.

Contributors

Unknown: Beatrice Miranda
Unknown: Lohengrinwalter Hyde
Chorus Master: Richard Pratt.
Conductor: Edward Clark.

: FRED BECK and GEORGE STOCKWIN

in Character Studies, Songs and Sketches.

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Suite from the Ballet,
" Callirhoe ". Chaminade

: " THE NOVOS "

in a Radio Revuette,
"THE WONDER
DREAM."

: WALTER HYDE.

" Sally in Our Alley."

: BEATRICE MIRANDA.

"Home, Sweet Home."

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Suite from the Ballet, " The
Sleep

: THE MISERERE SCENE

('Il Trovatore") (Verdi).
THE " 5NO " MALE VOICE CHOIR.
THE STATION ORCHESTRA.

: Programme

S.B. from London.








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