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: MIDAY Music from BEALE'S RESTAURANT

Old Christchurch Road. Directed by GILBERT STACEY

Contributors

Directed By: Gilbert Stacey

: ORCHESTRAL MUSIC from the GRAND SUPER

CiNEMA, Westbourne. Directed by Isadore Gcdowsky

Contributors

Directed By: Isadore Gcdowsky

: The WIRELESS TRIO

REGINALD S. MOUAT
(Violin), THOMAS E. TLLINGWORTH ('Cello), ARTHUR MARSTON (Piano)
ANDRE WORMSER , a French composer, born in 1851, made a great success with his musical play in dumb-show, The Prodigal Sort. It is a modern, fanciful setting of the old story.
Pierrot, for love of Phrynette, robs his parents and flees with her. Disaster follows. Pierrot comes down in the world, steals money for his Phrynette, and comes home to find she has gone off with a richer lover. Finally he returns to his poor old broken-hearted parents and enlists as a soldier, to redeem his good name.

Contributors

Unknown: Andre Wormser

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

MARGARET HOLLOWAY (Violin)
ANNETTE BLAKWELL (Soprano)
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTBA: Conducted by Capt. W. A. FEATHERSTONE and T. CONWAY BROWN

Contributors

Violin: Margaret Holloway
Soprano: Annette Blakwell
Unknown: W. A. Featherstone
Unknown: T. Conway Brown

: ANNETTE BLACKWELL (with Orchestra)

THE first song does not depend on its context for its effect. It is simply a beautiful love-song, with a very delightful light instrumental accompaniment.
The other song is sung by Cherubino, the love-sick page, who, though ho is in love with the Countess, is flirting with her maid. He steals from her a ribbon that belongs to the Countess, and placates the maid by giving her a song ho has written about her mistress.

: MARGARET HOLLOWAY (with Orchestra)

THE Polish Violinist-Composer, Wicniawski,' is universally known for his smaller Violin pieces. He did, however, write two Concertcs for his instrument, beside some other large-scale works.
The Romance from his D Minor Concerto is!
"aptly described by its' .title'. ' !
The Finale has melodies in the-style of gypsy music. The First is vivacious, the Second passionate, and the Third dance-like, with skips in it.

: ORCHESTRA

(Conducted by the Composer)








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