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: A MOZART CONCERT

THE STATION OCTET
Overture to ' The Magic Flute '
7.40 DOROTHY BENNETT (Soprano)
L'Amero (I will love her, from ' The Shepherd
King ')
(With Violin Obbligato)
Un moto di gioja (A joyous emotion, from ' The
Marriage of Figaro ')
Voi che aapete ('The Marriage of Figaro')
750 OCTET
Serenade, ' Eine kleine Nacht Musik'
8.10 EDA KERSEY and OCTET
Violin Concerto in D Major
8.30 OCTET
Minuet in E Flat
8.35 DOROTHY BENNETT
Sehnsucht nach dem Friihlinge (Longing for
Spring)
Das Kinderspiel
Wiegenlied (Lullaby)
8.45 OCTET
Slow and Quick Movements (from Quintet in G Minor)

Contributors

Soprano: Dorothy Bennett
Unknown: Dorothy Bennett

: ' SYNCOPATING SHYLOCK '

A Musical Burlesque on the Trial Scene from
' The Merchant of Venice.' Devised, Written and Produced by CHAS. KENT-FRANCIS
Characters in order of appearance :
Arranged and Accompanied by Eric DAVIS

Contributors

Accompanied By: Eric Davis
Antonio: Richard Knight
Bassanio: Frank Trescot
Gratiano: Eleanore Hyde
The Doge of Venice: Aaron Walter
Portia: Bessie Jewell-Baker
Shylock: Chas Kent-Francis








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