THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF WALES
NATIONAL ORCHESTRA OF WALES
(Leader, Louis LEVITUS ),
Conducted by WARWICK BRAITHWAITE
AN EDWARD GERMAN PROGRAMME
Overture, Richard III.
Prelude, Act III. (Intermezzo) Henry VIII. Pavane, Romeo and Juliet Theme and Six Diversions
FIRST DAY OF REQUEST WEEK
' Gentle Maiden,' ' Cockles and Mussels,' and other Songs sung by STUART HIBBERD. ' How I discovered the Equator.' written and told (with a few interruptions) by THE WICKED UNCLE
The Story of how ' Eustace gets into a Hole, written and told by C. E. HODGES
i. VIVIENNE CHATTERTON
Songs with Harpsichord Accompaniment
2. DAVID WISE
3. 'A FAMILY GROUP'
By Marjorie Bowen
4. MELVILLE GIDEON
5. CLAPHAM and DWYER
In another Spot of Bother
The B.B.C. STRlNG ORCHESTRA, conducted by LESLIE WOODGATE will play throughout the Programme
Time Siytutl, Greenwich, at 9.0
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