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SONGS OF HAYDN
Sung by JOHN ARMSTRONG and JOAN COXON
JOAN COXON
Lob der Faulhoit (In praise of Idleness) Abschiedlied (A Farewell Song)
A Pastoral Song (My Mother bids mo bind my
Hair)
Gott, er halto den Kaiser (God upholds the Kaiser)
In nomine Domini
Aria from Orpheus and Eurydico
THE Pastoral Song, ' My mother bids me bind my hair,' is perhaps Haydn's best-known song outside tho arias from the oratorios. It is from the Canzonets, composed in London and set to words by Mrs. Hunter, the wife . of John Hunter the surgeon, with both of whom Haydn was great friends.

Contributors

Sung By:
John Armstrong
Sung By:
Joan Coxon
Unknown:
Joan Coxon
Unknown:
John Hunter

ELSIE and DORIS WATERS
(Entertainers) r
ARTHUR PRINCE and 'JIM'
RUDY STARITA
(Vibraphone and Xylophone Solos)
ANN PENN
(Impersonations)
LESLIE HUTCHINSON
(Songs at the Piano)
DOROTHY McBLAIN
(The Girl who whistles in her Throat)
'MRS. CADBY ATTENDS A POLITICAL
MEETING'
By G. NORBY
HAVER and LEE
(The Fun Racketeers)
THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA
Directed by HENRY HALL will play during the programme

Contributors

Unknown:
Leslie Hutchinson
Piano:
Dorothy McBlain
Unknown:
G. Norby
Directed By:
Henry Hall
Mrs Cadby:
Dora Gregory
Mrs Quillet:
Gladys Young

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National Programme is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 9th March 1930 and ended on the 9th September 1939. It was replaced by BBC Home Service.

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