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: THE NORTHERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Directed by John Bridge
ANNIE GILLINGS (soprano)
JOHN GILLINGS (baritone)

Contributors

Directed By: John Bridge
Soprano: Annie Gillings
Baritone: John Gillings

: Gramophone Records A Vocal and Instrumental Recital

Tossy Spiwakovski (violin) : Scherzo
-Tarantelle (Wieniavski) ; Sarabande (Mouret)
Annette Blackwell (soprano): A Bold
Young Farmer; My Johnny was a shoemaker ; As I was going to Banbury (Folk Songs)
Tossy Spiwnkovski (violin):
Zapateado-Spanish Dance (Sarasate)
Annette Blackwell : A Farmer's son so sweet; As I sat on a sunny bank, The bonny lighter boy ; Dance to your Daddy (Folk Songs)
Tossy Spiwakovski : Turkish March
(Ruins of Athens) (Beethoven),

Contributors

Soprano: Annette Blackwell
Violin: Tossy Spiwnkovski
Unknown: Annette Blackwell

: An Organ Recital

by CLIFFORD ROBERTS
Relayed from
St. Mark's, North Audley Street

Contributors

Unknown: Clifford Roberts

: THE MIDLAND STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Directed by Frank Cantell

Contributors

Directed By: Frank Cantell

: 'The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers

: HARRY WELCHMAN and NATALIE HALL in 'THE LILAC DOMINO'

An Operetta
Broadcasting version founded upon the Libretto by HARRY B. SMITH and ROBERT B. SMITH
Music by CHARLES CUVILLIER Characters in the order of their appearance: Dominoes, Maskers, Dancers, Guests
THE EIGHT STEP SISTERS
THE WIRELESS CHORUS (Section C) and the B B C THEATRE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by Stanford Robinson Scenes :
Act I : A Casino on the Riviera
Act II Garden of the Count's Villa, overlooking- the Mediterranean
Act III, Scene 1 : Georgine's Room Act III, Scene 2: The Casino Terrace on a Carnival Night Adapted and Produced by GORDON McCONNELL

Contributors

Unknown: Harry B. Smith
Unknown: Robert B. Smith
Music By: Charles Cuvillier
Produced By: Gordon McConnell
Le Comte de Sorize, a Multi-Millionaire: Frederick W. Lloyd
Leonie d'Andorcet, Georgine's Friend: Betty Huntley Wright
Elliston, The Count's Nephew: Webster Booth
Prosper Woodhouse, a Gambler: Alfred Wellesley
Maximilian, a Waiter: Claude MacConnell
Norman Calmain, another Gambler: Sydney Keith
The Honourable Andre d'Aubigny, a young Englishman: Harry Welchman
Carabana, Conductor of a Spanish Gypsy Orchestra.: Abraham Sofaer
La Baronne de Villiers, Georgine's Chaperon: May Agate
Georgine, The Count's Daughter: Natalie Hall

: A Violoncello Recital

by W. H. SQUIRE WILLIAM HENRY SQUIRE was born at
Ross in 1871, studied at the Royal
College of Music, and made his debut at the old St. James's Hall at the age of twenty. Consequently he has been before the public for forty-three years, and it is safe to say for at least forty of those he has been a great public favourite. Besides his career as a solo player he has been a prominent member not onlv of the original Queens Hall
Orchestra, but later of the London Symphony Orchestra. He has composed much for his own instrument and, as writer of successful songs, he is known throughout the English-speaking world.

Contributors

Unknown: W. H. Squire
Unknown: William Henry Squire

: 'The Second News'

Weather Forecast, Second General News Bulletin

: DANCE MUSIC

Jack JACKSON and his BAND, relayed from The Dorchester Hotel

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Jackson








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