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: THE LEICESTER IMPERIAL BAND

Conductor, S. H Iliffe

Contributors

Conductor: S. H Iliffe

: ' SPORT IN THE MIDLANDS'

E. A. Eden on ' The Match I saw this Afternoon '
John Howell on The British Empire Trophy
(Donington)
W. Oakley (The First Chairman of the Open-Air Club) on ' A Day's Cycling'

Contributors

Unknown: E. A. Eden
Unknown: John Howell
Unknown: W. Oakley

: ENGLISH FOLK MUSIC

A programme of music by Gerrard Williams , founded on English folk tunes, with an account, written by the composer, of the tunes and the songs and how they were collected
Geoffrey Dams (tenor)
The BBC Midland Orchestra
Led by Ernest Element
Conducted by Eric Warr
ORCHESTRA
Folk-Tune Medley (from Playford's
' Dancing Master ', 1654) Millison's Jegge The Old Mole Grimstock
GEOFFREY DAMS AND ORCHESTRA
Pretty Caroline (Warwickshire — noted by Cecil Sharp )
The Sailor's Test (It's a sailor bold)
(Dorset shi re-noted by H. E. D.
Hammond)
ORCHESTRA
Canny Cummerlan' (Cumberland
-noted by Sydney Nicholson)
The Mermaid (Dorsetshire—collected by H. E. D. Hammond)
GEOFFREY DAMS AND ORCHESTRA
The Shepherd and his Fife (Gloucestershire-noted by Cecil Sharp )
As I walked out (Essex-noted by Vaughan Williams)
ORCHESTRA
Folk-Tune Medley (Morris dance tunes, collected by Cecil Sharp ) The Beaux of London City Heel and toe
Bobby and Joan

Contributors

Music By: Gerrard Williams
Conducted By: Eric Warr
Unknown: Cecil Sharp
Unknown: Cecil Sharp
Unknown: Cecil Sharp

: THE FOURTH NEWS

(including Weather Forecast)
NEWS TALKS and SPORT

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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