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: CHAMBER MUSIC BY THE YORKSHIRE STRING QUARTET

relayed from the Mappin Hall.

Contributors

Unknown: Mappin Hall.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Opera Night.

ETHEL PRESCOTT (Contralto).
JOSEPH GREEN (Tenor).
MABEL NORTON (Soprano).
FREDERICK BRINDLEY (Baritone). ALICE COUCHMAN (Solo Pianoforte).
" MARITAN A " ( Wallace).
Duet, " I Am the King of Spain."
"Alas. Those Chimes So Sweetly Stealing." " There is a Flower that Bloometh."
"AIDA (Verdi).
Duet in Act II. (Aida and Amneris).
Duet in Act III. (Aida and Amonasro).
Duet in Act IV. (Amneris and Radames).
Trio, Finale of Act IV. (Aida, Radames. and Amneris).
" FAUST " (Counod).
Duet in Act I. (Faust and Mephistopheles). Flower Song (Siebel).
" Even Bravest Hearts " (Valentine). " The Jewel Song " (Margarita).
" When All Was Young " (Siebel).
Duet, " The Hour is Late " (Margarita and Faust).
Alice Couchman.
" PHILEMON AND BAUCIS " (Gounod).
Frederick Brindloy. Vulcan's Song."
"IL TROVATORE" (Verdi). Fierce Flames are Soaring." " In Chains to Her Doom."
" I Assaulted, He Feebly Defended." " Home to Our Mountains." " PAGLIACCI " (Leoncavallo).
Ballatella Nedda-
Duet in Act I., Scene 3. "LABOHEME" (Puccini).
" Your Tiny Hand is Frozen." " NADESCHDA " (Goring Thomas) (1)
Duet, Mabel Norton and Joseph Green.
Ethel Prescott.
" My Heart is Weary."

Contributors

Contralto: Ethel Prescott
Soprano: Mabel Norton
Baritone: Frederick Brindley
Baritone: Alice Couchman
Unknown: Alice Couchman.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Alice Couchman.

"THE BOHEMIAN GIRL" (Bal/e) The Heart Bowed Down."
" I Dreamt That I Dwelt in Marble Halls." " Love Smiles But to Deceive." " When Other Lips." " LOHENGRIN " (Wagner).
Duet in Act II. (Ortrud and Frederick).
" STAINLESS STEPHEN " will speak during the evening.








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