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: STUDIO RECITAL

EDITH MASON (Pianoforte)
NORA JOHNSTON (Soprano)
GEORGE JEFFERSON at the Piano

Contributors

Pianoforte: Edith Mason
Soprano: Nora Johnston
Soprano: George Jefferson

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: 'How to Spring
Clean, by Three Who Didn't'

: MUSIC AND DRAMA

Six POPULAR DUETS FOR TENOR AND BARITONE
FRANK E. SKINNER (Tenor). JOHN ANDERSON
(Baritone) ' Dark the shades of night are growing, keen and chill the wind is blowing. bright the watch-five lights are glowing-'tis the Battle Eve.' ' There lives on earth no maid so fair as my sweet Phyllis. There lives no maiden to compare with Amaryllis.' ' Flow gently, Deva. on thy mossy banks the valiant Tudor sleeps— sweet be his dreams.' 'Oh—two beggars we. as you may see. so help us on our way.'

Contributors

Tenor: Frank E. Skinner
Tenor: John Anderson

: ' THE GREATEST PSYCHOLOGIST'

A New Yorkshire Comedy in One Act by C. E. LEWIS
Played by the RADIO PLAYERS
Cast in the order of speaking :
THE action takes place in the Browns' kitchen, about 7.30 p.m. The curtains cut off our vision of Colliery Row. but it is there, and you feel its influence in the room itself. Imagine Colliery Row. place the inhabitants in Brown's kitchen, and clothe them in everyday attire. Sarah is ironing away peacefully. Herbert, her son. enters as the story opens.

Contributors

Unknown: C. E. Lewis
Sarah Brown (The Miner's Wife): Madeleine Massard
Herbert Brown (Her Son): W H Pittman
William Brown (The Miner): Edwin Lewis
Jim Blenkinsop: Harold Buxton
Polly Blenkinsop: Gertie Lewis

: STANFORD'S SONGS OF THE SEA

Interspersed with Sea Poems
JOHN ANDERSON (Baritone) GERTIE LEWIS (Elocutionist) Song. ' The Old Superb' Words of the Songs by Newbolt
GEORGE JEFFERSON at the Piano

Contributors

Baritone: John Anderson
Baritone: Gertie Lewis
Unknown: George Jefferson








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