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: A Ballad Concert

MIRIAM LICETTE (soprano)
Roy HENDERSON (baritone)
W. H. SQUIRE (violoncello) Roy Henderson was educated at Nottingham High School. Since 1930 he has trained the Nottingham Philharmonic Society for its concerts with the Hallé under the direction of Sir Hamilton Harty. He sang the solo .part in Belshazzar's Feast at the International Festival at Amsterdam in 1933. Miriam Licette is best known as the soprano in the British National Opera Company ; she belongs to a Midland family.
W. H. Squire was born at Ross-on-Wye. He was principal 'cellist at the Royal Italian Opera, and has given recitals with Joachim, Sarasate and Dame Clara Butt , with whom he toured in America.

Contributors

Soprano: Miriam Licette
Baritone: Roy Henderson
Baritone: Dame Clara Butt

: A Programme of Gramophone Records Popular Marches

The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Karl Alwin : Turkish March (Mozart) ; Turkish March (Ruins of Athens) (Beethoven)
The London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty : Marche Militaire [Schubert, arr. Guiraud)
The Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of New York, conducted by Willem Mengelberg : War March of the Priests (Athalia) (Mendelssohn) ; Coronation March (The Prophet) (Meyerbeer)
The Berlin State Orchestra, conducted by Oskar Fried : March (Casse-Noisette Suite) (Tchaikovsky)
The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Alois Melichar : Procession of the Sirdar (Caucasian Sketches) (Ippolitov-Ivanov)
The B.B.C. Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the Composer : Pomp and Circumstance March No. 4 (Elgar)

Contributors

Conducted By: Karl Alwin
Conducted By: Sir Hamilton Harty
Conducted By: Willem Mengelberg
Conducted By: Alois Melichar

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