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HEDDLE NASH (Tenor)
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA, conducted by the COMPOSER
ORCHESTRA
Overture, 'The Merrymakers’ Miniature Suite
HEDDLE NASH
Three Old English Songs (Words by Shakespeare)
Orpheus with his lute; Who is Sylvia?; It was a lover and his lass
(With Orchestra)
ORCHESTRA
Moresque
Moon Magic
By the Tamarisk Valsette
HEDDLE NASH
A Song Remembered Sea Picture
I Heard You Singing
ORCHESTRA
The Three Bears
Suite, 'Summer Days'
THE Phantasy,' The Three Bears, is a musical presentation of the well-known tale about the little girl who nearly got into the clutches of these creatures. We have no difficulty in interpreting the motif heard at the start - 'Who's been sitting in my chair? ' Goldilocks gets up (at five o'clock, as we hear), and runs off to the bears' house. Finding it empty, she peeps about and amuses herself awhile, then falls asleep. Tho bears arrive (Oboe, the little bear, Clarinet, the second one, and Bassoon the big bear), and chase her away. Goldilocks runs home to granny and tells her of the exciting adventure.

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Tamarisk Valsette
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Heddle Nash

EVER since their mysterious introduction to the listening world at the beginning of May,
' the Gang ' have been an outstanding success in the London programmes, and they are recognized as one of the smartest concert-parties that ever gathered round a piano. They are said to be still getting better ; hear for yourselves tonight.

2LO London

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