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: Concert for Blind and Disabled Soldiers and Blind Workers

Provided by The Marquis and Marchioness of Bute.
Relayed from the Celtic Rooms
The Station Orchestra, conducted by Warwick Braithwaite

Contributors

Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Conductor: Warwick Braithwaite

: Concert for Blind and Disabled Soldiers and Blind Workers: Ronald Gourley

(Pianist, Blind Entertainer and Siffleur)
Music and Humour

Contributors

Pianist/Entertainer/Siffleur: Ronald Gourley

: Concert for Blind and Disabled Soldiers and Blind Workers: Ronald Gourley

More Music and Humour

Contributors

Pianist/Entertainer/Siffleur: Ronald Gourley

: The Dansant

Music by the London Chordeons, relayed from Cox's Cafe, Cardiff.

Contributors

Musicians: The London Chordeons

: Wales' Chance at Twickenham

Capt. A.S. Burge

Contributors

Speaker: Captain A.S. Burge

: Music and Merriment

The Station Orchestra
conducted by Warwick Braithwaite

Molly on the Shore is the name of an old Irish reel, and the Composer has made his piece out of this and another reel, Temple Hill. His use of the Orchestra will be found to be vivid and highly coloured.

Contributors

Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Conductor: Warwick Braithwaite

: Music and Merriment: Wynne Ajello (Soprano)

Contributors

Soprano: Wynne Ajello

: Music and Merriment: Ronald Gourley (Pianist, Blind Entertainer and Siffleur)

Music and Humour

Contributors

Pianist/Entertainer/Siffleur: Ronald Gourley

: Music and Merriment: Orchestra

Nicolai's Opera, The Merry Wives of Windsor, was his last work, for he died two months after its production. This was in 1849, when the Composer was thirty-nine. On the Continent the Opera is still popular, but in England we hear nothing of it beyond the Overture, which, of course, is extremely popular.

Death and Life is one of a trilogy of Oratorios by Gounod, and Judex is one of it choral numbers. It transfers well to the instrumental form, being largely a serene, accompanied melody.

: Music and Merriment: Denis O'Neil (Irish Entertainer)

Madcap Marjorie
Further Experiences of Patsy O'Sullivan

Contributors

Entertainer: Denis O'Neil

: Music and Merriment: Scovell and Wheldon (Entertainers)

Contributors

Entertainers: Scovell and Wheldon

: Music and Merriment: Wynne Ajello

Contributors

Soprano: Wynne Ajello

: Music and Merriment: Ronald Gourley

More Music and Humour

Contributors

Pianist/Entertainer/Siffleur: Ronald Gourley

: Music and Merriment: Denis O'Neil

Contributors

Entertainer: Denis O'Neil

: Music and Merriment: Scovell and Wheldon

Contributors

Entertainers: Scovell and Wheldon








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