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: Talks to Schools

:
Mr. W. H. Burgess , M.A. : " The Good Ship May-flower." Musical Interlude. Mrs. G. N. Case : " The Story of Sohreb and Rustum " (Matthew Arnold ).

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. W. H. Burgess
Unknown: Matthew Arnold

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Mr. C. W. BRACKEN

, B.A., F.E.S.,
" Nursery Rhymes : Their Origin and Meaning."
Edward German Programme.
KATHLEEN DRAKE (Soprano).
ARTHUR WATKINSON (Baritone). BAND OF H.M. ROYAL MARINES
(Plymouth Division).
(By permission of Col. Comm. F. C. Edwards , and Officers R.M.) Director of Music :
Lt. P. S. G. O'Donnell , M.V.O.

Contributors

Soprano: Kathleen Drake
Baritone: Arthur Watkinson
Unknown: F. C. Edwards
Music: Lt. P. S. G. O'Donnell

: The Band.

Selection, "A Princess of Kensington " (15) Bourrée and Gigue from " Much Ado About
Nothing" " (46)

: Kathleen Drake.

"Who Can Say that Love is Cruel ?"..(15) "Twin Butterflies " ..... (15)

: The Band.

Welsh Rhapsody ................. (46) '' Nell Gwyn Dances " ..... (15)

: Arthur Watkinson.

" The Yeomen of England "..... (15)

: The Band.

Selection, " Tom Jones " ..... (15) Three Dances, "As You Like It ... (46) Incidental Music, " The Tempter."

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Jones

: Kathleen Drake.

Waltz Song, " Tom Jones " ..... (15) "O Sinking Sun " (" Emerald Isle ") .. (15)

Contributors

Song: Tom Jones

: The Band.

" Henry VIII. Dances ' (46) Selection, "Merrie England " ..... (15)

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Viii.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Sic GEORGE NEWMAN. S.B. from
London.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: George Newman.








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