on the occasion of the Bridgwater
Flower Show described by D. Harris and the Bridgwater Band Festival including
The Brass Bands,
The Adjudicator, G. W. Cave , summarising the entries and a broadcast by the winning band
Commentary by Harold Gordon
Bridgwater is a town that combines its flower show with a band festival. An account of the former will be given by David Harris , and part of his talk will be devoted to the history of the Allotment Association and its connection with Bridgwater.
Conductor, Graham Harris
Mabel Sully (pianoforte)
The Bristol Musical Society was founded in 1934. Originally the membership was a small one, but now the society can boast of more than a hundred members.
The soloist whom listeners will hear this evening, Mabel Sully , lives in Bridgwater. She came from Plymouth, where she had much experience in pianoforte concerto and solo pianoforte work.
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