' The Strange Adventures of Sir
Pomelo de Pontefract '-I
' A Dragon in Distress', by NAN NEWTON DAVEY
Songs by REGINALD MORGAN (tenor)
' Many Ways of Travel '-6
' How we may travel in the future', a talk by Major VERNON BROOK
(Leader, Roland SIRRELL )
Conducted by JOHAN HOCK
DOROTHY HEMMING (violin)
HARRY BUCKLEY (flutes) LOCATELLI was a famous violinist and composer of the eighteenth century. Born in Bergamo, he spent most of his life in Amsterdam. Enrico Bossi, who;e death at sea in 1925 was a loss to music, maintained the high traditions of the Italian school as organist.
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