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S.B. from Birmingham.

: Brand Opera Night.

Under the Direction of J. FREDERIC STATON ,
Mus.Doc., F.R.C.O., L.R.A.M. "TANNHAUSER" (Wagner).
Chorus, " Hail, Bright Abode " Solo, " Elizabeth's Prayer."
Ethel Cawley , L.R.A.M.
Solo, 0 O Star of Eve."
George Biggin , L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.
Scena and Prayer, Easter Hymn.
Theresa Elsbaw.
The Drinking Song.
Scena Chords, " Brindesi."
R. Goodacre , L.R.A.M.; Eva Farrar ; H. Jolley ,
" TAGLIACCI " (Leoncavallo).
Chorus, " Ding Dong. "
Song, " On W ith the Motley."
(Canio, C. Wostenholme. )
" LOHENGRIN " (Wagner).
Scene 2, Act I.
(Ethel Cawloy and George Biggin. )
Solo, Quintette and Chorus.
(E. Cawley , E. Prescott , II. Jolley, F. Biindley ,
George Biggins. )
Chorus, " The Bridal Chorus."
" CARMEN " (Bizet).
Song and Chorus, " Habanera " (Rispah Goodacre ,
Song, " The Toreador " (Frederick Brindley ). Song, " Flower Song" (H. Jolley ).
Trio, " The Card Trio" (Rispah Goodacre , Carrie Brailey ,
F. Brindley ).
"AIDA" (Verdi).
Duet, Act 11. (Alda, Mabel Norton ).
(Amneris, E. Prescott , L.R.A.M.)
Chorus, " Glory to Isis."
Scena, Chorus and Duet-Act III. (" Aida,"Mabel Norton ).
(Amanasrn, Frederick Brindley. )
Finale to Act IV. (A da, Amneris and Radimus-H. Jolley,
" FAUST (Gounod).
Act IT.: Chorus and Scene, La Kermesse.
Recitative, Cavatina, and Song " Caif of Gold.*
Act III. : Song, " Flower Song."
Song, " Jewel Song."
Quartette, " Lean on My Arm."
Chorus, " Soldiers' Chorus."
Marguerita, Theresa Elshaw ; Faust, H. Jolley ; Valentine, George Biggin ; Mephistopheles, J. P. Davison , A.R.C.M.; Siebel, Ethel Prescutt , L.R.A.M.; Matha,
F. Brindley.


Unknown: J. Frederic Staton
Unknown: Ethel Cawley
Unknown: George Biggin
Unknown: Theresa Elsbaw.
Unknown: R. Goodacre
Unknown: Eva Farrar
Unknown: H. Jolley
Unknown: Ding Dong.
Unknown: C. Wostenholme.
Unknown: Ethel Cawloy
Unknown: George Biggin.
Unknown: E. Cawley
Unknown: E. Prescott
Unknown: F. Biindley
Unknown: George Biggins.
Unknown: Rispah Goodacre
Unknown: Frederick Brindley
Song: H. Jolley
Unknown: Rispah Goodacre
Unknown: Carrie Brailey
Unknown: F. Brindley
Unknown: Mabel Norton
Unknown: E. Prescott
Unknown: Mabel Norton
Unknown: Frederick Brindley.
Unknown: Theresa Elshaw
Unknown: H. Jolley
Unknown: George Biggin
Unknown: J. P. Davison
Unknown: Ethel Prescutt
Unknown: F. Brindley.

: Programme.

S.B. from London.

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