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PROGRAMME.
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17th.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER
10.0—EXHIBITION OPEN
3.0—LEOTUBE : " The Dawn of History in Southampton."
By MB. CHABLE8 COOE8ET.
Chairman: Ma. G. E. PiTT.
6.30—LECTUBE : " Great Events in the History of Southampton."
By PBOFE88OB F, J. 0. EEABNSHAW, M.A., LL.M. Chairman: ALDEBMA* E. GAYTON.
7 15—8.15—MU8IOAL PBOGBAMME.
1. MARCH .. ..
2. OVERTURE ..
3. PETE DES PAPILLONS
4. TRIO......
6. VALSE......
" Constellation " " Poet and Peasant"
' Hymne 6 Sainte Cecile' " Soiree d'EW "
.. CZartc
.. Gounod .. IFa&Wett/gZ
:5—845—
1. VIOLIN
2. SONG..
3. PlANO ..
4. VIOLIN
5. SONG ..
6. PIANO
/(a) "Solitude" \(6) "Mizurka" ..
MISS ETHEL WARTON.
' Look out upon the stars, my love " MR. HAROLD B. LANKESTEB.
"Contentment" ..

MRS. PUTCHEB. 'Reverie"..
MISS ETHEL WARTON. " Tam, Fortune, Turn thy Wheel' MR. HAROLD B. LANKESTER. " Barcarolle "
MRS. PUTCHER.
Accompanist—MBA. ARTHUR WARTON Mr. Alexander Rowland came to Southampton in 1854, previous to which he made a name in London as a double-bass player. Sir Michael Costa made him promise when leaving London that he would return and play this {instrument at the Philharmonic Concerts, which he did for many years. Mr. Rowland played fourteen different instruments, and more particularly taught the piano, violin, 'cello, and double-bass, lie was organist at several local churches during his career, and was conductor for many years of the local Sacred Harmonic Society and its successor, the present Philharmonic Society. Mr. Rowland died in 1896.
845—9.45-
THREE DANCES FROM
INTERMEZZO
SELECTION
VALSE .. .. .
' HENRY VIII/' " Im Walde " "Haddon Hall" . " Amoretten Tanz"
..Aar&e
MARCH......" With Sword and Lance " ..
" God Save the King."
Musical Director ........MR G E. IviMEY, F.lt.C.O.
Presiding OHcers : Messrs. E. WniTTAEEB, J.P., H. TnoBN, P. O'B. HABTNOLL, LJD.8., and H. LASHMOBE.
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