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: A Light Symphony Concert

Relayed from the National Museum of Wales.

: Organ Recital

Relayed from the New Palace Theatre, Bristol.

: A Programme of Music

By Kenneth A. Wright.
National Orchestra of Wales
Conducted by the Composer

Movements from 'Fantasy Pictures from a Pantomime'
The Gavotte in Pierrot's Garden; Harebell and the Fairy Pipers; Columbine's Dream Dance; Dance of the Clowns

John Thorne (Baritone), Strings and Pianoforte

Songs of Childhood (Words by Doris Rowley)
The Phantom Castle; The Dream Wall
A Waltz, 'Autumn Song'
Romance, 'The Chimney Corner'
An Old-time Gavotte, 'The Warming Pan'
Entr'acte, 'Under the Willows'
The B.B.C. Waltz

John Thorne
Familiar Things (Words by L. du G. of Punch)
The Tea Caddy; The Tall Clock; The Old Chair
Love's Worship (Words by Violet Morland)

New Suite, 'In England' (First Performance)
Penshurst Green (Country Dance and Romance)
Lament-Heatherfell 1928; Idyll; A Sussex Walking Tune


Composer/Conductor: Kenneth A. Wright
Musicians: National Orchestra of Wales
Baritone: John Thorne
Words (Songs of Childhood): Doris Rowley
Words (Familiar Things): L. du G. [Lawrence du Garde Peach]
Words (Love's Worship): Violet Morland

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