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: Organ Recital

at the Steinway Hall, London.
(See London Programme)
(to 17.00)

: Mr. Andrew Hardie, Tenor

"For You Alone" (Geehl); "Fair House of Joy" (Quitter).

Contributors

Tenor: Andrew Hardie

: The Wireless Trio

Messrs J. F. Fellowes, Violin; J. B. Dickson, 'Cello; A. Bryson, Piano: "First Movement of Trio" in C Minor, Opus 5 (Max Bruch).

Contributors

Violinist: J. F. Fellowes
Cellist: J. B. Dickson
Pianist: A. Bryson

: Miss May Lymburn, Contralto

"O Rest in the Lord" ("Elijah") (Mendelssohn); "Abide with Me" (Liddle).

Contributors

Contralto: May Lymburn

: Address

by the Rev. T.S. Macpherson of St. Vincent Parish Church, Glasgow.

Contributors

Addresser: The Rev. T.S. Macpherson

: Mr. Andrew Hardie, Tenor

"How Lovely are Thy Dwellings" (Liddle); "The Lord is My Light" (Allitsen).

Contributors

Tenor: Andrew Hardie

: The Wireless Trio

Finale of Trio in C Minor, Opus 5 (Max Bruch).

Contributors

Musicians: The Wireless Trio

: Miss May Lymburn, Contralto

"Che Faro" (Gluck); "When the Swallows Homeward Fly" (Maude V. Whyte).

Contributors

Contralto: May Lymburn

: Mr. Andrew Hardie, Tenor

"Songs My Mother Taught Me" (Dvorak); "As Ever I Saw" (Warlock).

Contributors

Tenor: Andrew Hardie

: The Wireless Trio

Suite Opus 77 (Moszkowski).

Contributors

Musicians: The Wireless Trio

: News Bulletin


Broadcast from London followed by Glasgow News and Weather Forecast.

: Miss May Lymburn, Contralto

"Spiagge Aamati" (Gluck); " The Summer Night" (Goring Thomas).

Contributors

Contralto: May Lymburn

: Close Down

Contributors

Announcer: H. A. Carruthers








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