Warwick County Programme
A Warwickshire Legend Fantasy,
In days of Old by GEORGE GOSSAGE
With Songs by CUTHBERT FORD (Baritone) and incidental music by THE MIDLAND STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Directed by FRANK CANTELL
The county is justly proud of its distinguished musical resident, a Warwickshire composer by adoption, and the following Programme has been arranged as an integral part of the week's features
MURIEL SOTHAM (Contralto)
ALEX COHEN (Violin)
Sir GRANVILLE BANTOCK (Pianoforte)
Song to the Seals Adrift
ALEX COHEN and Sir GRANVILLE BANTOCK
Sonata in G
1. Allegro con moto ; 2. Andante sostenuto : 3. Allegro vivo non tanto
Lament of Isis By the Ganges
Dream Merchandise Love's Secret
Since the War, Birmingham has experienced something in the nature of an industrial re-birth, many historic manufacturing establishments having been greatly extended and equipped with the latest plant for efficient production on the most modern lines. It has been called ' the workshop of the world,' and its manufactures, covering more than a thousand trades, are now on a vaster scale than ever. Tonight listeners will visit one of the largest plants in the city where electrical equipment for motor-cars, motor-cycles, and cycles is turned out in prodigious quantities. Noises incidental to the production and testing will be heard during the talk, which will be given by Mr. A. PADDON SMITH. from the works in West Birmingham (tho division represented in Parliament for so many years by Joseph Chamberlain )
Mr. A. Paddon
'Dick Whittington '
Harry Bidgood's Instrumental Quartet
Harry Bidgood's Instrumental
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