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"The History of Whittington," Part 4, by Andrew Lang.

Auntie Hilda at the Piano

"A Trip Round the World - Buenos Ayres."

L.G.M. of the Daily Mail on "Latest News from Zoo Nurseries."

(to 18.45)

Contributors

Speaker (The History of Whittington):
Andrew Lang
Speaker (Latest News from Zoo Nurseries):
L.G.M. of the Daily Mail [Leslie G. Mainland]

A Musical Comedy in Three Acts.
S.B. to Bournemouth.
The Augmented Wireless Orchestra

Period: The Early Part of Last Century.

8.0
Act I.- A Frontier Alpine Village
Act II.- Interior of Pierre's Chalet.

Contributors

Music/The book by:
Reginald Somerville
The Book by:
Guy Eden
Produced and conducted by:
L. Stanton Jefferies
Musicians:
The Augmented Wireless Orchestra

(Continued.)
Act III.-A Frontier Alpine Village.
(A few weeks elapse between Acts II. and III.)

Musical Numbers in the Opera.
Act I.
1. Opening Chorus, "Hither Again on oar Market Day."
2. Entrance of Clarice, "Many Happy Returns of the Day."'
3. Song, "Was it the Sigh of a Passing Soul?"
4. Duet.... "Like the Summer Lightning."
5. Song ........................... "Travelling."
6. Diligence Chorus, "Once Again the Merry Jingle."
7. Duet "If You'll Tarry in This Valley."
8. Song ............................. "Doubting."
9. Quartette, "It Is Really Most Disarming."
10. Song and Chorus, "The Legend of the Edelweiss."
11. Finale, Act I., "Fair Maiden at Your Word I'll Take You."
Act II.
12. Opening Chorus
13. Duet ......... "For Fury and Strife."
14. Duet, "Just Let Me Hold Your Little Hand."
15. Song ... "Although My Hair is Grey."
16. Entrance of Sergeant and Song.
17. Song... "The Sort of a Husband for Me."
18. Quintette
19. Chorus ..................... "Good Night."
20. Song .................................. "Sleep."
20a Dream Pantomime Music.
21. Finale, Act II.
Act III.
22. Opening Chorus.
23. Waltz Song-Clarice and Chorus.
24. Song ...... "The Ship and the Wind."
25. Duet ......... "This Morning I Woke."
26. Soldiers' Chorus.
27. Entrance of Wedding Procession, "Hail! The Bride."
28. Ensemble.... "Now I Must Leave Thee."
29. Finale, Act III. "Rum a-tum-tum-tum."-

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