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... »>» Lieut R G,EVANS inch Double-sided Record. 6. ill (The Queen’s Royal*—Soueenir ul Ml C 1042 - - - Friedemaun Uf| CATTERALL STRING QUARTET ✓4l ■i; ,| 12-ineh Doobl--«ided Record. 7/6. 'JJ Ml (Quartet. Op. 22 (Scherzo) - - PjM in F. Op. 41, No. 2 (Andante) ...

DOROTHY SILK

... DOROTHY SILK CATTERALL STRING QUARTET. PHILHARMONIC CHOIR. Ftxr, PARTICTLARR LVTEXniVr. srBSTRIBRRS APPLY GORDON EADES FAWCETT STREET. inderland y.m.c.a. DEB^ING^SOOETV fRID , 7 30 DISCUSSION ; THE TOLL OF CANCER '* Introduced MR Jos VVII SON HEARTY I ...

UNACCOMPANIED PART SONGS BY THE CHOIR

... UNACCOMPANIED PART SONGS BY THE CHOIR THE CATTERALL STRING QUARTET. MISS DOROTHY SILK. Soprana. (First Appraranct in Sunderland of the Quartet and Miss Silk.) PLAN NOW O°EN TO SUBSCRIBERS at S S EADES. 27 FAWCETT STREET Open on November for Ordinary Booking ...

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... NOVEMBER 29, 19Jt UNACCOMPANIED PART SONGS BY THE CHOIR. : 1»' ' I .i. \ - i-l R. (• WliitlaKrr. (In sti l I (• T THE CATTERALL STRING QUARTET. Til-- Uuuil- t will ri.iv \r. i-k .m.iii.mi' ini Cherry Uipe.” •• ■ n.l mi-1-m ill\ in Our >. Frank Hii ...

VICTORIA HALL, TUESDAY FIRST, At 7.30 pm. SIR A. CONAN DOYLE. M.D . LL.D., “DEATH AND THE HEREAFTER.’* Adminion 3«

... p.m. UNACCOMPANIED PART SONGS BY THE CHOIR. Including Works Elgar. Arnold R*' (• Whittakrr r Hnlc^ and G. T. THE CATTERALL STRING QUARTET. The Quartet will the 1 Vrenj>kv Vanationa and Chorrr Ripe,** “Londonderry Air.” ‘Sally Our Alley.” Frank Bridge ...

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... UNACCOMPANIED PART SONGS BY THE CHOIR, (nolading Work* l>j Klgiir. Arnold W. (. hittukur. Cheater ulj-. and T. Kt THE CATTERALL STRING QUARTET, The Quartet nill Plnv \ itiation*.’* and “Cherry Ripe, “ )/omloiuleirr An. • tu \llta Frank Kt-. MISS DOROTHY SILK ...

DAVENTRY (SGB Experimental)—

... Blackcnaee on behalf of the Birmingham Animal Welfare Society. B.so:—Weather, news. 9.0: Stephen Bergmann (pianoforte); Catterall String Quartet. 10.30;— Epilogue. SPECIAL FEATURES TO-DAY BELFAST.—7.46, Symphony Obncerl. CARDIFF—7.4S, National Orchestra. LE ...

Published: Saturday 01 December 1928
Newspaper: Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail
County: Durham, England
Type: Article | Words: 165 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

LECTURE ON AFGHANISTAN

... concert of the current season is to be in the Subscription Library Hall on Wednesday next at 8 o'clock. The famous Catterall String Quartet (which was the first one that the Club ever engaged, and has for several years been a firm favourite in Sunderland) ...

THE GROCERS' DINNER

... the programme consisted of glees, songs, recitations, and country dances. 1 CATTERALL STRING QUARTET There are two changes in the constitution of the Catterall String Quartet (which is to play at the Sunderland Music Club's Concert to-morrow night). The ...

ARTISTIC PERFECTION

... 130), the six movements of which evoked a characteristic display of that artistic perfection which has made the Catterall String Quartet world-famous. Their rendering of the second (Presto) movement and the Finale were especially appreciated, both the ...