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: Kato A. Thomson and Leon Forrester

Pianoforte Duet,
Beethoven's Symphony No. 3.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: LOCAL NIGHT. *

MINNIE HOLMES (Soprano).
MAY FENNELL (Contralto). LESLIE HAWKINS (Tenor). JAMES HOWELL (Baritone).
ETHEL MALPAS ) (Dickens' PERCY EDGAR Recitals).
R. J. R. EMERY (Pianoforte).
MINNIE HOLMES and JAMES HOWELL. ETHEL MALPAS and PERCY EDGAR.
Scenes from Charles Dickens.
MAY FENNELL. PERCY EDGAR. Character Studies from Charles
Dickens. MINNIE HOLMES, MAY FEN
NELL, LESLIE HAWKINS and JAMES HOWELL.
Song Cycle, " Nursery "Rhymes, arranged for Four Voices.
ETHEL MALPAS. Character Studies from Charles
Dickons. JAMES HOWELL.

Contributors

Soprano: Minnie Holmes
Tenor: Leslie Hawkins
Baritone: James Howell
Baritone: Ethel Malpas
Pianoforte: R. J. R. Emery
Pianoforte: Minnie Holmes
Pianoforte: James Howell.

: WEATHER. FORECAST AND NEWS.

Talk on International Affairs.
S.B. from London.
Local News.

: MINNIE HOLMES.

ETHEL MALPAS and PERCY EDGAR. from Charles Dickens. MAY FENNELL and JAMES HOWELL.








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