Strange Voices in the Studio
Songs and Duets by FREDERIC LAKE (Tenor) and CONSTANCE WENTWORTH (Soprano)
A Comedy by Gladys Joiner
Presented by The Micrognomes
'Nothing venture, nothing have' is an applicable proverb as far as 'Sardines for Tea' is concerned. A faded little spinster, Martha Spinner, in search of romance, has the temerity to insert a matrimonial advertisement in the newspaper.
Her action is rewarded by the arrival on her doorstep of two applicants, and listeners will then learn how so unromantic a commodity as sardines may possibly enter the romantic lists without causing great embarrassment.
GEORGE EAST (1st Violins)
IRENE BUCKINGHAM (1st Violins)
JOCELYN BOUNDY (2nd Violin)
ARTHUR DALLING (Viola)
MARGARET KETTLEWELL , (Violoncello)
CHARLES EAST (Bass)
WINIFRED GRANT (Pianoforte)
March, ' Iolanthe '
Constance WENTWORTH (Soprano) Orpheus with his lute Where the bee sucks My dearest heart
Selection, ' The Rose of .Persia '
FREDERIC LAKE and CONSTANCE WENTWORTH
' How sweet the moonlight sleeps ' (' Kenilworth') 'How oft beneath the far off Syrian skies. '
'Suppose, 1 say, suppose' ('The Rose of Persia ')
Suite, ' The Merchant of Venice '
FREDERIC LAKE (Tenor)
Come, Margarita, come (' The Martyr of Antioch') Once again
I care not if the cup I hold (' The Rose of Persia')
Graceful Dance (Gavotte)
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