A Programme of old-time Songs and Music relayed from The Pump Room, Bath
'Do you Remember?' is a question often on the lips of those old enough to have lived in the nineteenth century as well as the twentieth. There is another sharp division of memories which takes as its demarcation the Great War. Those who have known the best of both periods often tell the moderns that the old times and the old tunes were best, and moderns will have an opportunity of listening tonight to a Reminiscence Programme from Bath.
Songs by Gerald Scott and Phyllis Scott
Orchestral Items by The Pump Room Orchestra
The Pump Room
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