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: The Children's Hour

' The Water Babies '-3, by CHARLES KINGSLEY , adapted as a dialogue story by BARBARA
SLEIGH
Songs by BERT CARRIE

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Kingsley
Songs By: Bert Carrie

: The Orchestra

Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conducted by PETER MONTGOMERY
THE CITY OF BELFAST MALE VOICE CHOIR
Conductor, FREDERICK D. BURROWS
The occasion for the fireworks was the peace of Aix-la-Chapelle, and they were on a very large and expensive scale. In the Green Park, London, near the end facing towards St. James's, a great wooden structure was erected with symbolic figures, one group representing the king in the act of handing peace to Britannia herself. The occasion aroused enormous public interest, but, unfortunately, the fireworks were rather a fiasco, and before the end of the evening the wooden building itself was burned down. The only really successful part of the entertainment was Handel's music, composed specially for the occasion. It was played by a big, imposing orchestra, on a gallery of the fireworks building, and the music was punctuated by the firing of cannons.
CHOIR
The Comrades' Song of Hope .... Adam
Song of the Sea Pirates Bantock
A Musical Muddle............ .Lewis
ORCHESTRA
Fantasy of Student Songs
Shipley Douglas
CHOIR
Hark, the trumpet calleth ....... Buck
The Farmer's Boy .. Vaughan Williams
March of the Men of Harlech Welsh Air
ORCHESTRA
Overture, Roman Carnival...... Berlioz

Contributors

Leader: Philip Whiteway
Conducted By: Peter Montgomery
Conductor: Frederick D. Burrows
Unknown: Adam Song

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Weather Forecast for Northern Ireland at 10.25

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