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: The Opening Ceremony of Queen Alexandra Memorial Hospital, Weston-Super-Mare

by T.R.H. The Duke and Duchess of York.
Relayed from Weston-super-Mare.

Contributors

Speaker: H.R.H. The Duke of York
Speaker: H.R.H. The Duchess of York
Musicians: The Band of the Somerset Light Infantry
Musicians: Moggs Military Band

: Their Royal Highnesses welcomed at the Portico

by Mr. Henry Butt, J.P., President of the Hospital.

: H.R.H. The Duchess of York declares the Hospital Open

Presentations of Distinguished Guests

Contributors

Speaker: H.R.H. The Duchess of York

: John Stean's Carlton Celebrity Orchestra

Relayed from the Carlton Restaurant.

Contributors

Musicians: John Stean's Carlton Celebrity Orchestra

: Arthur Prince and Jim

(The First Ventriloquial Figure with a Personality)

Contributors

Ventriloquist: Arthur Prince

: The Bristol Orchestra

Conductor, Richard Austin
Relayed from the Glen Pavilion, Clifton, Bristol.

Bizet's charming reflections on the pretty ways of children include a miniature March, picturing a procession approaching and passing into the distance, a Cradle Song for Muted Strings and Woodwind, an Impromptu, subtitled The Pegtop, a Duet between Little Husband and Little Wife, and finally a ball-room scene, The Galop.

Mendelssohn wrote his delicious 'Midsummer Night's Dream' Scherzo as a Prelude to the Act in which Puck and Titania's fairy band play the gayest part.
The monk Athanael has visited his old friend, Thais, in an attempt to convert her from her wicked life.
He has pleaded with her, and she has openly mocked him. But he is not discouraged, and has left her with the words, 'At thy threshold until daylight I will await thy coming.'
Here, in Massenet's Opera, is played the well-known Meditation, a long Violin Solo.
In the end Thais repents and takes the veil, and Athanael finds too late that he is incurably in love with her.

Contributors

Musicians: The Bristol Orchestra
Conductor: Richard Austin

: S.B. from London

(9.30 Local Announcements)

: A Choral Concert

Relayed from the Glen Pavilion, Clifton, Bristol.
The Bristol Orchestra
The Wookey Hole Male Voice Choir
Conducted by Conrad W. Eden

The first of the two Elgar songs is one of the most recently written. It has as sub-title 'Remember,' and the poem, by Richard Mardon, pictures old soldiers recollecting their march song, and all the memories it brings.
His other song is a brief, delicate page, a lover's aspiration to be the wild wind when his lady is abroad, or a red rose, 'so she'd pull me with her hand and to her snowy breast I'd win.'

Contributors

Musicians: The Bristol Orchestra
Singers: The Wookey Hole Male Voice Choir
Conductor: Conrad W. Eden








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