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: S.B. from London

725 S. B. from Manchester

: An Evening with Stanford

THE POTTERIES CHORAL SOCIETY, conducted by CARL OLIVER
The Revenge
THE REVENGE is one of the best examples of a type of music in which Stanford excelled—the sea song. Many readers will have the libretto in their homes. for this work is a setting for Chorus and Orchestra of Tennyson's well-known ballad of the same name. which tells how Sir Richard Grenville with the Revenge. ‘At Flores in the Azores,' fought against a host.of Spanish galleons.
ETHEL MALPAS will Entertain
JAMES HOWELL (Baritone) with THE CHORAL SOCIETY
Songs of the Sea
Drake's Drum ; Outward Bound : Devon. 0 Devon; Homeward Bound; The Old Superb
ETHEL MALPAS will again Entertain

Contributors

Conducted By: Carl Oliver
Unknown: Sir Richard Grenville
Unknown: Ethel Malpas
Baritone: James Howell
Unknown: Ethel Malpas








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