John Grey (baritone)
Nora German (soprano)
Norman Seville (flute)
JOHN GREY Softly the shadows - Muriel Allen
In the forest - la Forge
NORA GERMAN Nightingale of June - Sanderson
NORMAN SEVILLE Concertino - Chaminade
Waltz - Anderson
NORA GERMAN AND JOHN GREY Love, here is my heart - Silesu
Will you remember (Maytime) - Romberg
Leader, Alfred Barker
Conducted by H. Foster Clark
Music of Edward German
Overture, Much Ado about Nothing Three Dances (Nell Gwynn)
1 Country Dance. 2 Pastoral Dance. 3 Merrymakers' Dance
Selection, Fallen Fairies
Minuetto, Love Duet ) (Gypsy Waltz, Lonely Life ) Suite) First selection, Merrie England
Although the late Sir Edward German was a man of Shropshirehe was born at Whitchurch in 1862 -he received part of his education at Chester. It may thus be fairly said that the North had a hand in German's development.
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