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A section of the BBC Northern
Ireland Orchestra
Directed by David Curry with George Beggs (baritone)


Directed By: David Curry
Baritone: George Beggs


A Recital by Irene Baker (soprano)
Joan Boulter (pianoforte)
Spring Sorrow The Holy Boy Her Song
Love is a sickness full of woes
1 The Island Spell. 2 Moon-Glade. 3 The Scarlet Ceremonies
If there were dreams to sell The Bells of San Marie The Trellis
The Merry Month of May


Soprano: Irene Baker
Pianoforte: Joan Boulter
Pianoforte: Irene Baker
Unknown: Joan Boulter
Unknown: Irene Baker

: Camp-fire Sing-Song

Public Secondary Schools in Camp
Part of the final sing song of the camp attended by a thousand cadets from secondary schools throughout the country
One of the main objects of the Public Secondary Schools Cadet Association, founded in 1915, is to promote the holding of cadet camps, and camps have been held each year in various parts of the country, with an average attendance of over a thousand cadets. This year a camp is being held on Maryborough Common. The social side centres largely on the nightly camp concert, to which officers, N.C.O.s, and cadets contribute vocalists, instrumentalists, comedians, light opera companies, jazz bands, and brass bands. But perhaps the most thrilling feature of all is the community singing.


A selection of cricket verse from
Byron to Sassoon
Chosen and read by Eric Gillett


Read By: Eric Gillett


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