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: Ballad Concert: Songs (Kenneth Ellis)

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Bass: Kenneth Ellis

: Ballad Concert: Songs (Dorothy Helmrich)

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Singer: Dorothy Helmrich

: Ballad Concert: Songs (Kenneth Ellis)

Contributors

Bass: Kenneth Ellis

: Ballad Concert: Songs (Dorothy Helmrich)

Contributors

Singer: Dorothy Helmrich

: Ballad Concert: Pianoforte Solo: Selected

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Announcer: A. H. Goddard

: Children's Corner

S.B. from Glasgow.
(to 17.30)

: Miss Maude Royden

S.B. from London.

Contributors

Addresser: Maude Royden

: Gustav Holst Evening


Vocalists: Dorothy Silk (Soprano), Joseph Farrington (Baritone), Browning Mummery (Tenor).Chorus, Lottie Wakelin's Ladies' Choir

I. Orchestra
Songs Without Words.
"Country Song" .................. (11)
"Marching Song"

II. Songs (Dorothy Silk).
Vedic Hymns for Solo Voice, Op. 24.
(1) "Dawn" (2) "Sky"; (3) "Storm-clouds".

III. Fugal Overture............... (11)

IV. "Savitri" (2)
A Short Opera.

V. Songs (Joseph Farrington)
"God of Storm and Battle"
"The Waters"
"Song of the Frogs"

VI. Ballet Music from "The Perfect Fool" (11)

Contributors

[Orchestra] conductor: Warwick Braithwaite
Soprano: Dorothy Silk
Baritone: Joseph Farrington
Tenor: Browning Mummery
Singers: Lottie Wakelin's Ladies' Choir
Savitri: Dorothy Silk
Satyavan: Browning Mummery
Death: Joseph Farrington

: News and Weather Forecast

S.B. from London.

Local News

: Close Down

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Announcer: E. R. Appleton








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