LOUISE MARSHALL (Contralto)
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA SEXTET :
S. KNEALE KELLEY (1st Violin) : ERNEST WYATT
(2nd Violin); FRANK HOWARD (1st Viola); ARTHUR QUAIFE (2nd Viola) ; AMBROSE GAUNTLETT (1st Violoncello); GEORGE WALTON
4.45 ORGAN MUSIC
Played by REGINALD NEW
Relayed from the BEAUFORT CINEMA, WASHWOOD
("The Bells of Corneville")
A concert version of the comic opera
Music by Robert Plnaquette Arranged by David J. Thomas
Chorus of Maid-servants, Men-servants, Sailors, etc.
The Wireless Chorus, Chorus Master,
Stanford Robinson and the Wireless Orchestra
Conducted by John Ansell
NEW YEAR'S DAY, we have always understood, is the time for turning over new leaves. It is also the time for making a record in the new diary of those pious intentions. If this is not as true today as it was in the days of our.grandfathers, that is because it seems more generally agreed, with Byron, that good intentions lead nowhere that is desirable. Indeed, who keeps diaries at all these days—diaries, the lost art of quill-pens and candle-shine and a contented mind ? Perhaps Mr. E. V. Knox (' Evoe ' of Punch) i going to advocate a return to this genteel habit —we only know that he is a first-rate humorist and will give us. an amusing talk.
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