Dr. Coleman has been organist and Master of Choristers at Peterborough Cathedral since 1921; has conducted a number of choral societies in the Fast Midlands, composed Church music, and written two books on choir training. He has broadcast on several occasions. His recital will provide examples of English Church music, and records will be heard of the choirs of some of our best-known Cathedrals, College chapels, and churches, such as Westminster Abbey, King's College, Cambridge, St. George's Chapel, Windsor, and the Temple Church, London.
A Programme of Show Songs
Sung by leading artists from Amateur
Operatic and Dramatic Societies
The programme arranged by GALE PEDRICK in conjunction with FREDERIC G. LLOYD
THE B B C THEATRE
ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
Compere, JOHN WATT
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