with eye-witness accounts of Wolverhampton Wanderers v.
(Football League) by A. E. Fowler and Aston Villa v. Chesterfield
(Football League) by E. A. Eden
T. A. Waterhouse on the Annual
Contest of the Birmingham Anglers
This monthly series is a revival of the gramophone recitals given last winter by well-known Midland musicians. In this recital Brent-Smith has chosen ' Chopin and his Piano '. He will explain and illustrate the peculiar characteristics of Chopin's genius. Brent-Smith recently broadcast in ' Forgotten Rivalries ', and has produced concertos and choral works at the Three Choirs Festival. He is a well-known writer and lecturer on music.
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