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S.B. from London. Johann Sebastian Bach.
(Died July 28th, 1750.)
ELSIE SUDDABY (Soprano).
WILLIAM PRIMROSE (Solo Violin)
ANGUS MORRISON (Solo Pianoforte).
Descriptive and Critical Comments on Bach and his Music, by HAROLD WATTS. Mus.Doc. (Oxon)

Contributors

Soprano: Elsie Suddaby
Soprano: William Primrose
Violin: Angus Morrison
Music By: Harold Watts.

: ANGUS MORRISON.

Courante from C Minor Partita.
Last Movement from the Italian Concerto
ELSIE SUDDABY.
" Jesus, Saviour, I am Thine." "My Heart Ever Faithful."
WILLIAM PRIMROSE and ANGUS MORRISON.
Sonata for Violin and Piano in E Major.

Contributors

Unknown: Elsie Suddaby.
Unknown: William Primrose
Unknown: Angus Morrison.

: ANGUS MORRISON.

Prelude and Fugue in E Major I From the Prelude and Fugue in G Major f First Book
ELSIE SUDDABY.
My God, How Long, How Long."
From Heav'n a Song is Falling "
WILLIAM PRIMROSE
Air on the G String.
ANGUS MORRISON.
Gavotte and Musette in G Minor (English
Suite). Fantasia in C Minor

Contributors

Unknown: Elsie Suddaby.
Unknown: Angus Morrison.

: SANDLER and THE ORCHESTRA.

Relayed from the Grand Hotel- Eastbourne.

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S.B. from London.








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