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ETHEL HAILSTONE (Soprano)
OWEN BRYNGWYN (Baritone)
' A ' DIVISION METROPOLITAN POLICE
Winning Band Police Championship, 1928
Conducted by ALBERT H. DUNLOP

BAND Descriptive Patrol, ' The Phantom Brigade ' - Myddleton
Overture to ' Oberon ' - Weber
3.45 ETHEL HAILSTONE For you alone - Geehl
Ring', bells, ring - Day
3.52 BAND Selection from ' The Desert Song ' - Romberg
Euphonium Solo, ' Simple Aveu ' (Soloist, P. C. HUMBY) - Thomé
4.10 OWEN BRYNGWYN Gifts - Colin Taylor
The Milkmaid - Hadow
The Pipes of Pan - Elgar
4.18 BAND Bell Solos : Bells across the Meadows - Ketelbey
The Bells of St. Mary - Adam
4.28- ETHEL HAILSTONE Damon - Stange
Trees - Rasbach
The Green Hills o' Somerset - Eric Coates
4.35 BAND Selection from ' Lumber Love - ' Emmett Adams
Waltz, ' Love Dance ' - Gung'l
4.50 OWEN BRYNGWYN The Bells of St. Marie - Ireland
Vagabond - Ireland
Hope, the Hornblower - Ireland
4.58 BAND Suite, ' Wayside Sketches ' - Minchin
Three Dances from ' Henry VIII - German, arr. D.Godfrey

PHYLLIS MONKMAN and LADDIE CUFF assisted by JACK CLARK , H. B. HEDLEY , GEORGE MYDDLETON , and Three Pianos
LADDIE CLIFF, who is stairing in So this is
Love !, and Phyllis Monkman , whose successes in musical comedy and revue are without number, will give selections from their repertoire. This brief programme is a novelty in that the two principals will have the assistance of three accompanists. The three-piano ' work of Messrs. Clark, Hedley and Myddleton is a sparkling featura of Laddie Cliff's show at the Winter Garden Theatre.
There will, om gathers, be considerable syncopation.

MISCELLANEOUS Piano WORKS OF MOZART
Played by ETHEL BARTLETT
Fantasia and Fugue in C Rondo rpHE Fantasia is not a fully-developed piece;
it takes up one idea after another and treats it for a while, soon tossing it aside to express a new mood, maintaining a steady level of brilliant show-work, and keeping up expectation all the time.
The following Fugue, in three ' voices,' builds itself up solidly and steadily, in .a dignified spirit. This is a good opportunity to compare Mozart's manner as a fugue writer with Bach's. Mozart wrote few fugues, but he was clearly perfectly at home in this form.
Last of the week's examples of his sunny art, is a Rondo that he wrote when he was quite an old hand at composition—at twelve.

HAROLD SCOTT and ELSA LANCHESTER
(In old time Music Hall songs and others) BRANSBY Williams (the Famous Impersonator of Dickens Characters)
THE THREE NEW YORKERS
In Syncopated Harmony
GRACIE FIELDS (Comedienne)
Sketch : ' THE RESULT'
WYN WEAVER
HENRY OSCAR
THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA
Personally conducted by JACK PAYNE

2LO London

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