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: The Grand National

Description of the SCENE AT AINTREE and brief introductory remarks on the Race.

: The Race described in its progress

by Mr. MEYRICK GOOD, of The Sporting Life

Contributors

Speaker: Mr. Meyrick Good

: The Scene in the Paddock

A description of Scenes after the Race and the leading-in of the Winner.

: CONCERTS FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN

Arranged by the PEOPLE'S CONCERT SOCIETY in co-operation with the B.B.C.
Relayed from Hammersmith Town Hall
TENTH CONCERT OF FIFTH SERIES
THE KUTCHER STRING QUARTET; REGINALD PAUL (Pianoforte); CEDAR PAUL (Singer)
PART I
Devoted to BEETHOVEN'S music
Two Movements from Second Quartet for Strings in G, Op. 18, No.
Scherzo ; Finale —Allegro (Quick)
Sonata for Pianoforte, Op. 27, No. 2 (' Moonlight')
PART II
In the second part of the programme CEDAR PAUL will sing a group of Folk Songs, unaccompanied

Contributors

Pianoforte: Reginald Paul

: HAYWARD WEBB (Contralto)

CECIL BARKER (Tenor)

Contributors

Tenor: Cecil Barker

: BEETHOVEN SONATAS

Played by LAMOND
The ' Appassionata ' Sonata, First and Second
Movements
THE title was given to this Sonata by Cranz. Beethoven 's publisher, without the Composer's authority.
There is in the opening Movement. a matured concentrated power and a sombre tenderness that we find in equal measure in scarcely any of his earlier keyboard works.
The FIRST MOVEMENT has a minor key First
Main Tune of nervous energy, dark and mysterious.
The mood is changed for a moment by the opening strain of the Second Main Tune, a happy, singing, major-key melody.
In the SECOND MOVEMENT we have a short
- set of Variations on a beautiful subdued melody.
Note how its emotional effect is enhanced by its being played in the lower half of the keyboard.

Contributors

Unknown: Cranz. Beethoven

: THE BAND OF H.M. ROYAL AIR FORCE

(By permission of the Air Council)
Director of Music : Flight-Lieut. J. AMERS
Relayed from The Daily Mail Ideal Home Exhibition, Olympia

: COMMUNITY SINGING

from ST. DUNSTAN'S RE-UNION under the auspices of the Daily Express relayed from the Bungalow Annexe to St. Dunstan's
All Thro' the Night; Clementine ; Cockles and Mussels; Drink to Me Only; Good Night, Ladies ; John Brown 's Body ; Loch Lomond ; Marching Thro' Georgia ; My Bonnie ; One Man Went to Mow ; There is a Tavern in the Town; Chorus only of ' Tipperary ' and ' Pack Up Your Troubles '

Contributors

Unknown: John Brown
Unknown: Loch Lomond

: AN HOUR OF VARIETY

ANGELA BADDELEY (in a Monologue, ' The Public Call Box,' by A. P. Herbert ) ; HARRY HEMSLEY (Child Impersonations); Doris and ELSIE WATERS (Entertainers); CECIL ALEXANDER (Solo Violin); PAUL ENGLAND and his Revellers

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Baddeley
Unknown: A. P. Herbert
Unknown: Cecil Alexander

: ERIN

A small tribute in poetry and music interpreted by ADELAIDE RIND (Soprano) SIDONIE GOOSSENS (Harp) FRANK SEYMOUR (Poems)

Contributors

Soprano: Adelaide Rind
Harp: Sidonie Goossens
Harp: Frank Seymour








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