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: The Capitol Theatre -Orchestra

under the Direction of " Rondelle."

: Afternoon Topics

"A Ramble
Round Madeley,'' by the Rev. F. Ives Cater , M.A.

Contributors

Unknown: F. Ives Cater

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Motor Cycle Talk

"If Doris
Wants to Drive," by Mr. E. CAREY RIGGALL.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. E. Carey Riggall.

: A PROGRAMME OF MINIATURES.

Introductory Remarks by Dr. LEIGH HENRY , B.A., Mus. Bac.

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. Leigh Henry

: An Evening

with Frederick Humphries.
STRING ORCHESTRA.
Suite, " North Staffordshire Sketches "
" On Barlaston Downs": "The
Lovers' Nook (Trenthnm Woods)"; "Stoke Wakes."
" Dreams of Yesterday." " Pearl Maiden."

Contributors

Unknown: Frederick Humphries.

: LOUIS COHEN (Solo Violin).

Celtic Lyrics :
"Fiddler of the' Peatway " ;
"Bridget at the Fair."

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Chinese Suite, "The Lute of Jade"
" The Slumber Garden of Laing": "The Pale Pavilion of Pleasure"; "The Dancer of the Yellow Dusk";
" The Shadow of the Sampon " ; "Palanquins and Coloured Lanterns."

: WATCYN WATCYNS

(Baritone).
"Three Eastern Songs."
"Off to Market, Johnny." " A Norseman's Wooing."

: MURIEL RATHJEN

(Solo Pianoforte).
"Silver Lamps."
Madam C. M. KRUGER
(Solo Violin).
Idyll.
IRENE SARA (Solo 'Cello).
" Celtic Folk Tale."

Contributors

Unknown: Madam C. M. Kruger
Unknown: Irene Sara

: THE ORCHESTRA.

" In Hong Kong Streets."

: FREDERICK HUMPHRIES

(Solo Pianoforte).
" Lotus Blossom."

: HARRY WILKINSON

(Solo 'Cello).
Miniature Concerto in C Minor.

: WATCYN WATCYNS.

" On the Shore."
"The Last Rose."

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: WATCYN WATCYNS.

"Scarf of Gold."
" Beyond the Blue Haze."
THE ORCHESTRA.
Suite, " From Old Welsh Lore."
LOUIS COHEN.
Romance.
HARRY WILKINSON.
Nocturnette.
THE ORCHESTRA.
Suite, "Moon Magic."
" Serenade Lamsntoso." "Fantasia."

Contributors

Unknown: Louis Cohen.
Unknown: Harry Wilkinson.

: Programme

S.B. from
London.








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