Mr. ERIC PARKER : 'Out of Doora Week by Week. VII, Midsummer
Day—The Turn of the Year '
Sir WALFORD DAVIES : 'From Doh to Lah, or tho Hexachord '
(a) Beginners' Lesson (6) Miniature Concert (c) Advanced Lesson
Monsieur E. M. Stéphan : Early
Stages in French-VII
4.5 For Older Pupils
Mr. H. WICKHAM STEED : ' Great Moments in Modern History-VII, The Renunciation of War '
Mr. H. Wickham
BRAHMS' SONGS sung by ANNE THURSFIELD and SUMNER AUSTIN
Mildchenlieder (Songs for a maid):
Am jungsten Tag (On the last Day)
Ach und du moin kiihles Wasser (Thou cool
Auf die Nacht in der Spinnstub'n (Night in the Spinning Room)
Das Madchen sprieht (The Maiden Speaks)
Stand das Madchen (The Maiden stood)
0 wüsst ieh doch den Weg zuruek
Auf dem See
Schon war, dass ich dir woihto
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