THE MUNICIPAL ORCHESTRA: Conducted by Sir DAN GODFREY.
Relayed from the Winter Gardens.
Symphonic Variations ... C. Hubert Parry
(Conducted by Dr. ADRIAN BOULT. )
Suite, " Captions " (First Performance).
Being Five Glimpses of an Anonymous
(Composed by A. Bliss , II. Bedford E.
Goossens, F. White and Williams.
Symphony, " L'Allegro cd 11 Penseroso "
C. Villiers Stanford (14)
Concerto fur 'Cello and Orchestra. No. 6
S.B. from London.
St. George's Day.
WYNNE AJELLO (Soprano).
RUBY SHEPHERD (Contralto).
HERBERT THORPE (Tenor).
GEORGE PIZZEY (Bass).
BRINDSLEY TWAIN (Entertainer)
THE " 6BM " CHORUS.
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by Capt. W. A. FEATHERSTONE.
Capt. W. A.
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