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: An Orchestral Concert

Relayed from The National Museum of Wales
(National Programme)

National Orchestra of Wales
(Cerddorfa Genedlaethol Cymru)
(Leader, Louis Levitus)
Conducted by Reginald Redman

Contributors

Musicians: National Orchestra of Wales
Orchestra leader: Louis Levitus
Conductor: Reginald Redman

: Welcome to the Railway Queen

Arranged by the Great Western Railway Social and Educational Union
Relayed from The Knightstone Pavilion Theatre, Weston-Super-Mare
The Massed School Choirs of Weston-Super-Mare (200 Voices)
(Under the direction of A. H. Pearce)
The Trumpeters of the Swindon G.W.R. Social and Educational Union Band
The Railway Queen of Great Britain, Miss Molly Brown, Preston, attended by Maids of Honour, arrives, escorted by The Great Western Railway Paddington Pipe Band
Air, 'The Piper's Cave'
'Rule Britannia'
Addresses of Welcome to The Railway Queen by Mr. B. T. Butter, Chairman of the Weston-super-Mare Urban District Council, on behalf of the Townspeople of Weston-super-Mare and Sir William James Thomas, Bart., on behalf of the Great Western Railway Social and Educational Union
Instrumental Music by The Swindon Great Western Railway String Orchestra
Conducted by F. J. Stone
The Swindon Great Western Railway Ladies' Prize Choir
Conducted by Charles K. Warner
Mr. Edward S. Hadley (Founder and Chairman of the G.W.R. Social and Educational Union) will present the Queen with a souvenir of her visit
The Trumpeters of the Swindon G.W.R. Social and Educational Union Band
The Railway Queen departs
Music by The Paddington Pipe Band
Air, 'The Brigg of Tay'
National Anthem

Contributors

Choir direction: A.H. Pearce
Trumpeters: The Trumpeters of the Swindon G.W.R. Social and Educational Union Band
Speaker: Molly Brown
Pipers: The Great Western Railway Paddington Pipe Band
Speaker: B.T. Butter
Speaker: Sir William James Thomas
Musicians: The Swindon Great Western Railway String Orchestra
Conductor: F. J. Stone
Singers: The Swindon Great Western Railway Ladies' Prize Choir
Choir conductor: Charles K. Warner
Speaker: Edward S. Hadley

: The Children's Hour: The Legend

National Orchestra of Wales

Kenneth Ellis (Bass)

Contributors

Musicians: National Orchestra of Wales
Bass: Kenneth Ellis

: Mr. A. S. Burge: Sporting Events

Contributors

Speaker: A.S. Burge








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