The Winning Band of the Police Contest, 1927 THE A ' or WHITEHALL Division OF THE
Conducted by A. H. DUNLOP
HARRY COSTIGAN (Baritone)
AGNES MILLS (Pianoforte)
Songs by Ethel Williams (Contralto). Essay Competition-' Chocolates, and how they are made,' by Major Vernon Brook. The Birmingham Studio Light Orchestra
THE LONDON RADIO DANCE BAND, directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN
MURIEL WHITE (Entertainer)
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS FROM THE NEW DAVENTRY TODAY.
Miss Marjorie Dixon (left) sings in the evening concert at 8.0, and Mr. Harry Costigan and Miss Agnes Mills (right) take part in the Band Concert in the afternoon.
THE DUTCH TRIO: SAM SWAAP (Violin), CH. VAN
ISTERDAEL ('Cello), PAUL FRENKEL (Pianoforte)
SAINT-SAENS had a way of disappearing periodically from civilized life, leaving no address, and sometimes giving a good deal of anxiety to his friends. Sometimes he went off to Africa, Algeria, or some place still farther afield, but he also saw a good deal of his own and neighbouring countries. His First Piano Trio was conceived during a holiday in the Pyrenees, when he was twenty-eight.
MAURICE RAVEL holds a place of honour among modern French composers. His position has so long been established that one almost regards him as a veteran, though he is, in fact, just over fifty.