Children Far Away
Songs by WILLIAM CAMON
Piano Solos by MAY CURRAN
Tales of Yaa-Fio told by Doris GRUBB
3-' Yaa-Fio's Pets'
Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional News
A Pavement Variety
All the artists in this programme are street musicians who may be seen daily in the streets of Belfast
Tina Bonifacio (harp) ; Gethyr. Wykeham-George (violoncello) ;
Arthur Hedges (flute)
(21.00) Weather Forecast, Second General News Bulletin
(Weather Forecast for North Ireland at 9.20)
A Pastoral by STERNDALE BENNETT
A Cantata by G. A. MACFARREN
EVELYN GIBB (soprano)
ADELAIDE BEATTIE (soprano)
MURIEL CHILDE (contralto)
FRED HUGHES (tenor)
HOOTON MITCHELL (bass)
THE BELFAST WIRELESS
CHORUS and ORCHESTRA
Conductor E. GODFREY BROWN
THE MA Y QUEEN
Chorus : Wake with a smile, 0 month of May
Recitative and Air (tenor) : 0, meadow clad in early green!
Chorus : 0 melancholy plight
Solo (soprano) and Chorus: With a laugh as we go round
Recitative and Duet (soprano and tenor) : Can I not find ?
Recitative and Air (bass): 'Tis jolly to hunt
Recitative and Trio (soprano, tenor, and bass): The hawthorn in the glade
Recitative and Chorus : Ill-fated boy-begone
Chorus : Hark ! their notes the hautboys swell
Recitative (soprano and contralto), and Chorus: What mean the angry sounds ?
Finale: And the cloud hath passed away
Chorus: Who shall be Queen of the May?
Part-Song : The Hunt's up ; awake, my lady free
Recitative (soprano): Loyal Hearts Song with a burden : Beautiful May Chorus : Lads and lasses, hasten all