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: BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS: M

r. G. E. LINFOOT, Introductory Talk to the Concert for School Children, arranged by the Sheffield Education Committee, to be. relayed from the Victoria Hall on March 20

: 'UNDER THE NORTHERN LIGHTS'

A Programme of Seandinavian Music
Arranged. by E. Sms-
HILDITCH JOHN COTTRELL (Tenor)
CHALLONER HEATON
(Baritone)
MARJORIE FARNHAM
(Soprano)
ALBY HULL (Violin)
E. SIMS-HILDITCH at the Piano
Mr. SIMS-HILDITCH will give a brief description of Scandinavian music from the t ime of the hardy Norsemen and Vikings to the present day. Each item, before it is played or sung, will be briefly described.

Contributors

Tenor: Hilditch John Cottrell
Baritone: Challoner Heaton
Soprano: Marjorie Farnham








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