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: New Records

of new songs

: Music by Delibes

on gramophone records.
London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Constant Lambert: Overture: Le Roi l'a dit
Lily Pons (soprano): Bell song (Lakme)
Symphony orchestra, conducted by John Barbirolli: Suite from Sylvia-Prelude, The huntresses, Intermezzo, Valse lente, Pizzicato, Procession of Bacchus

: Piping

by Pipe-Major William Ross

Contributors

Unknown: Major William Ross

: Light Music from France

Conducted by William Cartrell

Contributors

Conductor: William Cartrell

: Lloyd Thomas

at the organ of the Granada, Welling, Kent

: Some Well-Known Songs

sung by Enid Cruickshank (contralto)

Oh that it were so! - Frank Bridge
Love sent a-riding - Frank Bridge
Go from my window - Somervell
Little prayer I love - Alba Rizzi
Charming Chloe Edward - German
O peaceful - England

Contributors

Contralto: Enid Cruickshank

: Folk Songs from Wales

Decima Morgans (soprano)
The BBC West Wales Singers Conducted by Tom Pickering

Contributors

Soprano: Decima Morgans
Singers: The BBC West Wales Singers
Conductor: Tom Pickering

: What's Yours?: No.2

A Lightning Programme of Contrasts
Devised and written by Ernest Longstaffe and introduced by Janet Lind with Sidney Burchall (baritone), Campbell and Wise (the weak guy and his weakness), Billy Ternent and Len Stevens (at two pianos), Leslie Weston (the cheery chatterbox),
Sid Buckman (solo trumpet)
Billy Ternent and his Orchestra
Produced by Ernest Longstaffe

Contributors

Devised and written by/Producer: Ernest Longstaffe
Introduced by: Janet Lind
Baritone: Sidney Burchall
Comedians: Campbell and Wise
Pianist: Billy Ternent
Pianist: Len Stevens
Comedian: Leslie Weston
Trumpeter: Sid Buckman
Musicians: Billy Ternent and his Orchestra

: Eileen Joyce (pianoforte)

on gramophone records

Novelette - Schumann
Romance - Brahms
Waltz in E - Moszkowski

: The New Hippodrome Orchestra

Conductor, William Pethers from the New Hippodrome Theatre, Coventry

March: London Bridge - Eric Coates
Waltz: Tales of autumn - Waldteufel, arr. Baynes
We'll meet again - Parker
Selection: Madame Pompadour - Fall, arr. Wood
Past song hits - arr. Pethers

Contributors

Conductor: William Pethers

: Close-Up

Leslie Mitchell interviews your favourite stars of stage, screen, and cabaret.

Contributors

Interviewer: Leslie Mitchell

: Join In and Sing

with some of the troops in England in a sing song
Conducted by Leslie Woodgate
Henry Cummings (baritone)
At the piano: Ernest Lush

Contributors

Conductor: Leslie Woodgate
Baritone: Henry Cummings
Pianist: Ernest Lush

: Rainbow Rhythm

A programme of contrasts in rhythm and melody featuring Hugo Rignold and his Orchestra with Anne Lenner

Contributors

Musicians: Hugo Rignold and his Orchestra
Singer: Anne Lenner

: The BBC Orchestra

(Section C)
Conducted by John Ansell

Contributors

Conducted By: John Ansell

: Mark Hambourg

plays Chopin - a Waltz, a Nocturne, and his third Ballade.

: Sandy MacPherson

at the BBC theatre organ.

: Entente Cordiale

A programme of gramophone records presented by Martin Cooper.

Contributors

Presented by: Martin Cooper








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