' The further Adventures of Kate and Henry Lion—they go hunting,' by ROBERT TREDINNlCK
THE MIDLAND STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Directed by FRANK CANTELL
' Muddles and Models—the Tale of a Tailor's Shop
Window,' by BARBARA SLEIGH
THE CITY OF BIRMINGHAM ORCHESTRA
(Leader, PAUL BEARD)
Conducor, LESLIE HEWARD
ARTHUR JORDAN (Tenor)
From THE TowN HALL, BIRMINGHAM
ARTHUR JORDAN was born in Dudley, near
Birmingham, where he began his career as a baritone singer. After studying with Rutland Boughton, his voice changed in quality and he became a tenor. He first appeared at the Glastonbury School, where ho sang the part of Midir in The Immortal Hour. Ho has sung in Wagner operas with the old B.N.O.C.
Overture, The Flying Dutchman Siegfried Idyl !
Walter's Prizo Song (The Mastersingers) Traumo (Dreams)
Siegfried's Journey (The Dusk of the Gods )
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