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: MUSIC OF OTHER COUNTRIES

5-' Esthonia and Latvia'
Mary Hamlin (soprano)
Maurice Hardy (violoncello)
Winifred Davey (pianoforte)
MARY HAMLIN Esthonia

Meie elu (Youth and Old Age) - arr. Tobias
Ules (Away) - arr. Aavik
Lauliku talveüksindus (Winter Loneliness) - Saar
Merel (The Sea) - arr. Saar
Orjalapse hallilaul (Berceuse) - arr. Adaiewsky
WINIFRED DAVEY Latvia Two Preludes (Nos. 9 and 4) - Janis Medins
MAURICE HARDY Esthonia Prelude - Hein Eller
Poeme d'amour (Love Poem) - H. Känd
MARY HAMLIN Latvia Aija, Cehrnin puhpas (Cradle song) - arr. Vitols
Glasts (Greetings) - J.Medins
Sikie pirkstini (Beautiful Fingers) - E. Melngaites
Jaunibai (To Youth) - E. Darzina
Mana mila (My Love) - L. Reinholdes

Contributors

Soprano: Mary Hamlin
Soprano: Maurice Hardy
Pianoforte: Winifred Davey
Pianoforte: Mary Hamlin

: 'FOR WESTERN GARDENERS'

' My Post'
David Harris
David Harris will devote his ta'k tonight to answering some of the questions which have been put to him in letters from listeners during the past few weeks

Contributors

Unknown: David Harris
Unknown: David Harris

: THE SECOND NEWS

Time Signal, including Weather Forecast

: GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

Songs by Jack Hulbert and Cecily Courtneidge

Contributors

Songs By: Jack Hulbert
Songs By: Cecily Courtneidge

: VARIETY

Presented by Charles H. Lockier from the Colston Hall , Bristol
This includes:
Arthur Pond
(Hullo Girls)
Campbell and Wise
(Happily Married) and Harry Roy and his Band

Contributors

Presented By: Charles H. Lockier
Unknown: Colston Hall
Unknown: Harry Roy

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT. TOPICAL TALKS








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