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: Musical Moments

by the Wireless
Quartet and Reginald Talbot (Baritone).

Contributors

Baritone: Reginald Talbot

: Scholars' Hour

Poems and Ballads-
No. 4, " The Battle of Otterbourne," by Marion Henderson.

Contributors

Unknown: Marion Henderson.

: Mr. James Nichol.

S.B. from Dundee.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
G. A. ATKINSON. S.B. from London. Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: G. A. Atkinson.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: CHRIS HORNBY (Tenor).

"Up in the Saddle" .......... W. Wallace "Oh, But to Hear Thy Voice" Tchaikovsky " In Summertime On Bredon" Graham Peel "Trade Wings" ("Four Salt Water Ballads") F. Keel (1)

Contributors

Unknown: W. Wallace
Unknown: Graham Peel

: John Ireland Recital.

S.B. to Aberdeen and Belfast.
Relayed from the Engineers' and Ship-builders' Institute.
JOHN IRELAND (Pianist).
BESSIE SPENCE (Violinist).
IAN MacPHERSON (Baritone) JOHN B. DICKSON ('Cellist).
Phantasy Trio in A Minor for Violin, 'Cello and Piano.
Ian MacPherson.
"Spring Sorrow."
"The Heart's Desire."
" Hope the Hornblower ".................... (1)
John Ireland.
" The Island Spell."
"Chelsea Reach and Ragamuffin."
Bessie Spence and John Ireland.
Sonata No. 1 in D Minor.
Allegro leggiadro; In tempo sostenuto quasi adagio; Allegro sciolto assai.
Ian MacPherson.
The Bells of San Marie."
"If There Were Dreams to Sell." "I Have Twelve Oxen."
John Ireland.
" Amberley Wild Brooks."
" The Holy Boy."
" On a Birthday Morning."

Contributors

Violinist: Bessie Spence
Baritone: John B. Dickson
Piano: Ian MacPherson.
Hornblower: John Ireland.
Unknown: Bessie Spence
Unknown: John Ireland.
Unknown: Ian MacPherson.
Unknown: John Ireland.

: Programme

S.B. from London.








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