The Symphony Orchestra, conducted by G. M. WitUowski , Robert Casa desus (pianoforte): Mon Lac (G. M. Witkowski )—Prelude, Brises du matin ; First variation, Bois et labours ; Second variation, Jeux aquatiques; third variation, Glas ; Fourth variation, Coup de vent; Fifth variation, Nuit étoilée
Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Freitas Branco: Pavane for a dead Infanta (Ravel)
HORACE KENNEY in ' The Station Master of Dozey '
HUGH E. WRIGHT in Nonsense Verse, and another adventure of Samuel the Snail
THE PIPERS' GUILD QUARTET (Annie Miller , Blanche Hindson , Kay Connell ,
Gertrude Enoch )
BEN OSBORNE AND
Comedy Character Cameos
BROWNING AND STARR
In Songs and Rhythm
From the Cotton Club, New York RUDY STARITA
Vibraphone and Xylophone Solos
HAVER AND LEE
The Fun Racketeers
THE ORCHESTRA, conducted by ERNEST LONGSTAFFE
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