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: MIDDAY MUSIC by F. G. BACON'S ORCHESTRA

, relayed from W. H. Smith and Son's Restaurant

: The Passing of the Lord Mayor's Show.

London Programme relayed from Daventry

: TEA-TIME MUSIC

from Beale's
Restaurant, Old Christchurch Road : Directed by GILBERT STAGEY
CHARLES WAKEFIELD CADMAN is one of America's best-known musicians of the younger school. He is interested in the music of the American Indians, and an Opera of his, Shanewis, has been produced in New York. MASEFIELD'S Sea .Fever, a breezy ballad of the man who * must go down to the sea again,' has attracted several Composers. Of all the settings John Ireland's seems most fully 1 o achieve (in the last line of each verse) the sense of longing that the poem expresses.
Intermezzo, ' Sous la Feuillée' ......... Thomé Selection. ' Tip-Toes' ...............
Gershwin Largo .............................. Handel Valse , ' Everyone's Looking for Someone ' Howard Fox. trot, 'Surabaya Maid '................... Hender

Contributors

Directed By: Gilbert Stagey
Unknown: Charles Wakefield Cadman
Unknown: Gershwin Largo
Unknown: Handel Valse
Unknown: Howard Fox.

: A CHEERY HOUR

THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA: Conducted by Capt. W. A. FEATHERSTONE

Contributors

Unknown: W. A. Featherstone

: COLLEEN CLIFFORD

Montague Phillips

Contributors

Unknown: Montague Phillips

: Programme

S.B. from London. (10.10 Local News)








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