Relayed from The National, Museum of Wales
National Orchestra of Wales
(Leader, Louis Levitus)
Conducted by Warwick Braithwaite
In the Moonlight
Suite, No. 2, Wand of Youth
More Songs without Words (Mendelssohn), played by CECIL DIXON
' The Doctor comes in Aborland,' written and told by Sir GEORGE DUNBAB
The Story of ' The Heritors of the Hill (
H. Mortimer Batten )
The Border Ballad (Cowen) tand other songs, sung by ARTHUR WYNN
1. ERNEST THESIGER
' ALMOST A TRAGEDY'
2. HAROLD SCOTT
(From' The Chelsea Follies: by kind permission ofR. H. Gillespie and Archie de Bear)
Songs at the Piano
3. ERNEST THESIGER 'THE DEBATING SOCIETY'
4. GRETA KELLER
S. ERNEST THESIGER
'A TRIAL TRIP'
Yet Another Episode
6. 'THE FOUNTAIN'
A Phantasy by RALPH NEALE. Music by ALFRED REYNOLDS
Conducted by the COMPOSER
7. Mr. GILLIE POTTER
Continues to tell the truth in the third of a series of talks:
Heard at Hogsnorton-III
The Truth about Shakespeare
GERSHOM PARKINGTON and his ORCHESTRA will play throughout the programme.
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