The Ko'isch Quartet: Quartet No.
15, in G, Op. 161 (Schubert)-1. Allegro molto moderate ; 2. Andante un poco moto ; 3. Scherzo : Allegro vivace, Trio: Allegretto; 4. Allegro as;ai
The Budapest String Quartet : Quartettsatz in C minor (Allegro assai) (Schubert)
The New Light Symphony Orchestra : Jazz Nocturne (My Silent Love) (Suesse)
Helen Morgan with Victor Young and his Concert Orchestra : Can't help lovin' dat man (Show Boat) (Kern)
The New Light Symphony Orchestra, conducted by George Gershwin : An American in Paris (Gershwin)
Frank Munn with Victor Young and his Concert Orchestra: Without a Song ( Youmans) ; Sylvia (Oley Speaks)
Victor Young and his Concert
Orchestra : Lament for the Living (Harold)-1. Lament; 2. Searching ; j. Phantoms ; 4. Why ?
The New Light Symphony Orchestra : Buffoon (Confrey)
' The Prince of the Dragon Green ' a dialogue story by J. BISSELL THOMAS , with Evelyn Neilson , Andrew Church man, Norman Shelley , Ewart Scott ,
'The Polite Lion' a Tale of Rhodesia by L. PATRICK GREENE
A Romantic Play with Music
Book and Lyrics by C. DENIS FREEMAN
Music by MARK H. LUBBOCK
The Country Folk
The scene is set in a village in the South of England and in the neighbouring country town
THE REVUE CHORUS
THE B.B.C. THEATRE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by MARK H. LUBBOCK
Production by C. DENIS FREEMAN
(This play will be repeated in the National programme tomorrow night)
Mr Glazier (her uncle):
Mrs Glazier (her aunt):
William Harman (her cousin):
Arthur Burnley (proprietor and principal comedian of the Burnley players):
Magdalen Burnley (his wife and the tragedienne of the Company):
Milly Lightfoot (the utility lady):
Roderic Benedict (the heavy lead):
Daisy La Touche (The soubrette):
Eric Percy (the light juvenile):
Penelope Wagstaffe (the comedienne):
Peter Warren (the leading man):
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