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: THE KNYPERSLEY STRING ORCHESTRA

Conductor, Gilbert Shufflebotham
This orchestra from the neighbourhood of Stoke-on-Trent was founded by its conductor in 1932, with players drawn from the schools in the district, their average age being only twelve. Premier awards have been won at Queen's Hall, London (twice), Blackpool (the Sellars Trophy), Manchester (twice), and other festivals.

Contributors

Conductor: Gilbert Shufflebotham

: JAN BERENSKAAND HIS ORCHESTRA

from the Jephson Gardens Pavilion,
Leamington Spa

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: CHESS

The BBC v. The Listeners
(Regional)

: 'THE MUSICIAN AT THE GRAMOPHONE'

H. Campbell Stewart
Dr. H. Campbell Stewart has been the organist at Magdalen College, Oxford, since 1918, a post from which he retires this month. From 1927 to 1937 he was Choragus of the University of Oxford, a position akin to that of assistant professor of music. He has had an interesting sporting career-cricket for Kent, football for Sussex, rowing once in the Magdalen College eight, and golf down to plus two.

Contributors

Unknown: H. Campbell Stewart
Unknown: Dr. H. Campbell Stewart

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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