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: Organ Recital


relayed from the Arcade, Boscombe.

3.0 The Organ

Contributors

Organist: Arthur Marston, A.R.C.Q.

: Diana Webster (Contralto)

Contributors

Contralto: Diana Webster

: Reg Attridge (Baritone)

Contributors

Baritone: Reg Attridge

: Diana Webster

Contributors

Contralto: Diana Webster

: Reg Attridge

Contributors

Baritone: Reg Attridge

: Children's Corner

S.B. from Birmingham.
(to 17.30)

: Aeolian Quintette

Agatha Seymour Burton...Violin
Maud M. Venus...Violin
Seymour Burton...'Cello
Frank J. Sandford...Contra Basso
Henry H. Hancock...Pianoforte

Contributors

Violinist: Agatha Seymour Burton
Violinist: Maud M. Venus
Cellist: Seymour Burton
Contra Basso: Frank J. Sandford
Pianist: Henry H. Hancock

: St. Alban's Church Choir

Conductor, A.E. Cottam, Mus. Doc., F.R.C.O.
Hymn, "Jesus is God" (A. and M. 170).

Contributors

Singers: St. Alban's Church Choir
Conductor: A.E. Cottam

: Religious Address

The Rev. W.H. Thompson, St. Alban's Church.

Contributors

Speaker: The Rev. W.H. Thompson

: Choir

Hymn, "O Jesus, Thou the Beauty Art" (A. and M. 178, Pt. 3).

: Aeolian Quintette

Contributors

Musicians: Aeolian Quintette

: Aeolian Trio

Contributors

Musicians: Aeolian Trio

: Agatha Seymour Burton...Violin, Maud M. Venus...Violin

Contributors

Violinist: Agatha Seymour Burton
Violinist: Maud M. Venus

: Aeolian Quintette

Contributors

Musicians: Aeolian Quintette

: News

S.B. from London.

Local News and Weather Forecast

: Half-an-Hour with Sir Edwin Arnold's Works

Major Stanley How

Contributors

Speaker: Major Stanley How

: Close down

Contributors

Announcer: Stanley How








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