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PROGRAMME.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th.
,0.0—EXHIBITION OPENED.
3.0—LECTURE : " The Earls of Southampton."
By The REV. G. W. MINNS, LL.B., F.S.A.
Chairman : Me, W. Dale, F.S.A.
7.o—8.0—MUSICAL PROGRAMME.
1. March ......." The Gladiators" ...... Futile
2. Overture .. " Le Dieu et la Bayad&re " .. .. Auber
3. Selection .. .. " Country Girl"........Monekton
4. Morceau .. .. " Saint d'Amor" ........Flgar
5. Valse ......" Reine des Cceurs" .. .. Waldteufel
8.0—8.30—
1. Piano and Violin Duet
miss evelina abraham and mr. j. h. outer, l.r.a.m.
/(a) A Lament......Frank Lambert
(a) Air ; (&) Sarabande ; (c) Allemande.
A. Somervell
2. Songs.
3. Song
4. Violin Solo
5. Songs
" \(b) Maiden Mine
mr. robert h0rt0n.
. "A Legend of Christ" . miss constance sanders. f(a) " Berceuse "
Stemdale Bennett
Tsehaikowsky
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■ ■ \(b) " Bolero"
mr. j. h. guyer, l.r.a.m.
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(a) "I Fear no Foe"

6. PIANO SOLO..
(6) " King Henry the Eighth's Song mr. f. w. smith.
Polonaise Milibaire in A Major" .. .. CApptn mil b. m. lucas.
Accompanists—MISS EVELINA ABRAHAM AND MR. B. M. LUCAS.
A note referring to the connection of Sir William Stemdale Bennett with Southampton appears with the Wednesday evening programme on page 5.
Giro Pinsuti, the composer of many popnlar songs, resided for some time in Portland Street, Southampton, and taught in the neighbourhood.
King Henry the Eighth, who frequently visited Southampton between 1505 and 1540—although it is not ccrtaln that when here he stayed at the house called after him—was a skilled musician and something of a poet. He composed an Anthem; and the words which Sir Arthur Sullivan has set to music as " King Henry the Eighth's Song " are traditionally attributed to him.
8.30- 9.30—
1. American Sketch
2. Valse Lente
3. Overture
4. Mazurka .
5. March ...
" Happy Days in Dixie ' " Peine de Danube " "Prometheus"
" Ella " "Vigilantia"
.. Bidgood .. Berger . .Beethoven .. Cf. F. Ivimey Lacalle
Presiding Officers : Rev. W. E. Ashdown, B.A., J. D. Haysom, H. Thorn, and
S. G. Kihber.
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