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: MIDDAY Music

relayed from BEALE'S
RESTAURANT, Old Christehurch Road : Musical Director, Gilbert Stacey
ZDENEK FIBICH (1850-1900) is a fellowcountryman of Dvorak, and like him, was born of simple folk. This son of a forest ranger became one of the Conductors of the National Theatre at Prague, and wrote several Operas, not so highly ' national ' as those of Smetana and Dvorak, but in a romantic style recalling that of Weber.

Contributors

Director: Gilbert Stacey

: MARY ELPHINSTONE

'Dickens's Boys '

: DANCE Music

THE ROYAL BATH HOTEL DANCE BAND: Relayed from the King's Hall Rooms : Musical Director, ALEX WAINWRIGHT

Contributors

Director: Alex Wainwright

: Programme

S.B. from London

: Colonel ETHERTON

'On the Roof of the World (Turkestan) '

: HOLIDAY MEMORIES

A Musical Echo of the Seaside Written and Composed by ERNEST LONGSTAFFE
Cast includes:
Tommy HANDLEY
JEAN ALLtSTONE
ROBERT MACLACHLAN
ALMA VANE
ALAN HOWLAND MIRIAM FERRIS
THE RADIO CHORUS and THE RADIO DANCE BAND under the direction of SIDNEY FIRMAN

Contributors

Composed By: Ernest Longstaffe
Unknown: Tommy Handley
Unknown: Jean Alltstone
Unknown: Robert MacLachlan
Unknown: Alma Vane
Unknown: Alan Howland
Unknown: Miriam Ferris
Unknown: Sidney Firman

: Programme

S.B. from London








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