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A Tour in Sunny Spain.
Conducted by "The Smilesmith"
Florrie Harrison (Soprano).
Wilfrid Hudson (Tenor).
Richard Wilson (Bass).
The "Two Jacks" (Entertainers).
The Harrogate Royal Baths Quartet:
Reginald Whitehouse (Violin); Cecil Jervis ('Cello); Charles Mann (Viola); Cecil Moon (Pianoforte).
THE QUARTET.
THE TWO JACKS. An Original Humorous Interlude. (Written by Jack Sayes. Music by Jack Woods-Smith.)
A Southern Romance in Song and Story.
"BONITA."
Written by John Sayes, Music by Cecil Moon.
Prelude.
FLORRIE HARRISON, "Once There Lived in Old Castile."
WILFRID HUDSON, "Ever Since the World was Young."
FLORRIE HARRISON and RICHARD WILSON, " A Maid of Gwadorama."
RICHARD WILSON, "A Bull-fighter's Love Song."
TRIO, "How Hard It is for Maid to Choose."

Contributors

Soprano:
Florrie Harrison
Tenor:
Wilfrid Hudson
Bass:
Richard Wilson
Violin:
Reginald Whitehouse
Cello:
Cecil Jervis
Viola:
Charles Mann
Pianoforte:
Cecil Moon

2LS Leeds

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More