Massed Military Bands Norah Blaney and Gwen Farrar
Old Favourites Eight Piano Symphony Your feet's too big
.Charlie Kunz (pianoforte)
Kunz Piano Medley The London Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham, Bt.
Lew Stone and his Band Anona Winn (soprano) with Orchestra Ken Harvey (banjo) Plantation Song Medley: introducing: Old Black Joe. Oh, Susanna. My old Kentucky Home. Dixie. Swanee River. Waiting for the Robert E. Lee
Carroll Gibbons and John Green (pianofortes) with Their Boy Friends introducing: It's bad for me. How could we be wrong ?
Experiment Dino Borgioli (tenor) with Ivor Newton (pianoforte) The Pro Arte String Quartet The London Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Lawrance Collingwood
Marek Weber and his Orchestra Harry Roy and his Band Josephine Baker If I were white Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra Clarinet Marmalade Eddie Lang (guitar) April Kisses New Light Symphony Orchestra
Spanish Dance No. 1
Victor Silvester 's Harmony Music Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs introducing: With a Smile and a Song Dig-a-dig-dig. Heigh Ho. Whistle while you work. I'm Wishing. One Song. Dwarfs' Yodel
Song. Some Day my Prince will come Walt Disney's Silly Symphony, The Grasshopper and The Ants Victor Silvester's Harmony Music
The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Stokowski Reginald Foresythe and Arthur Young (two pianofortes)
Cromolithograph London Palladium Orchestra
Conducted by Richard Crean
Selection, Peter Pan The Halle Orchestra
Conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty
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