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: A Concert

from The Mumbles Pier, Pavilion, Mumbles
(From Swansea)
Dale Smith (Baritone), Paul Belinfante and his Octet

Overture, "The Barber of Seville" ..... Rossini
Waltz, "Pas des Fleurs" (Flower Dance) .... Delibes

Dale Smith
"Arm! Arm! Ye Brave" ..... Handel

The Octet
Minuet ..... Boccherini
Minuet ..... Paderewski

Paul Belinfante (Violin)
"Korosi L'any" (Roumanian Air and Gipsy Dance) ..... Albert Sammons

The Octet
Selection, "I, Pagliacci" ...... Leoncavallo

Dale Smith
"In Sheltered Vale" (Old German Melody) ... Morley, arr. Adlington
"It was a Lover and his Lass" (Old English) .... Morley, arr. Adlington

The Octet
Adagio (The "Moonlight" Sonata) ...... Beethoven
Suite, "Summer Days" ...... Eric Coates
In a Country Lane; At the Edge of the Lake; At the Dance

Contributors

Baritone: Dale Smith
Musicians: Paul Belinfante and his Octet

: A Religious Service

(In Welsh)
Relayed from St. Mary's Welsh Church, Dowlais
(Also radiated on 1,554.4 metres)
(See National Programme on page 335)








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