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: The Capitol Theatre Orchestra

under the direction of 'Rondelle'.

Contributors

Musicians: The Capitol Theatre Orchestra
Orchestra under the direction of: Rondelle

: Children in Literature

by the Rev. E. W. Bridgewood.

Contributors

Speaker: The Rev. E. W. Bridgewood

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Musical Comedy

Mabel Wilshaw (Soprano); Ethel Davies (Contralto); Frank Edge (Tenor); Cecil Cooper (Baritone).

Joy and Sorrow (Rose of Persia ) - Sullivan
You Swear to he Good and True (Dorothy) - Gellier
FRANK EDGE and CECIL COOPER. Waltz Duet (Waltz Dream ) - Strauss
ETHEL DAVIES. Nearest and Dearest (Olivette ) - Audran
Under the Deodar ( The Country Girl ) - Monchton
. 0 Peaceful England (Merrie England ) - German
MABEL WILSHAW. Good Night, Pretty Maiden ( The Cousin from Nowhere) - Kunneke
Neath the Shade of the Sheltering Palm - Leslie Stuart
Come to the 'Ball (The Quaker Girl) - Monckton
ETHEL DAVIES and FRANK EDGE. It is the Merry Month of May ( Merrie England ) - German
MABEL WILSHAW. Magical Moon ( The Cousin from Nowhere) - Kunneke
My Hero (The Chocolate Soldier) - Strauss
ETHEL DAVIES and CECIL COOPER. Good-bye, My Native Town ( The Emera'd Isle) - Sullivan and German
I Love You, I Love You ( The Emera'd Isle) - Sullivan and German
FRANK EDGE. So Fare Thee Well (Doris) - Cellier
A Sprig of Rosemary ( Princess of Kensington ) - German
Drinking bong (Hose of Persia ) - Sullivan
MABEL WILSHAW and CECIL COOPER. Swing High, Swing Low ( Véronique) - Messager
THE QUARTET. Tell Me, Pretty Maiden ( Florodora ) - Stuart

Contributors

Soprano: Mabel Wilshaw
Contralto: Ethel Davies
Tenor: Frank Edge
Baritone: Cecil Cooper

: Programme

S.B. from London.








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