@ From page 72 of 'When Two or Three'
(g) for Farme rs and Shipping
The Léner String Quartet: Prelude
No. 4 (Chopin) ; Study in C (Transcription) (Chopin); Gavotte (Transscription) (Gluck-Brahms)
Eileen Joyce (pianoforte) : Intermezzo, Op. 119, No. 3 (Brahms); Capriccio, Op. 116, No. 7 (Brahms); Reflets dans l'eau (Reflections in the water) (Debussy)
Leon Goossens (oboe) : Gavotte
(Rameau) ; Piece (Faure)
Eileen Joyce : Dance of the Gnomes
(Liszt) ; Etude de Concert in F minor (Liszt) ; Etude de Concert in A flat (Schlozer)
The Leaner String Quartet ; Barcarolle (Transcription) (Tchaikovsky) ; Moments Musicals Nos. 3 and 2 (Schubert)
by R. C. HOWELLS
St. Mary's (Episcopal) Cathedral,
Leader, Alfred Cave
Conducted by LESLIE HEWARD
HARRY PORTER (tenor)
The Doubles Match
Running Commentary by Colonel
R. H. BRAND
The Centre Court, Wimbledon
Following programmes may be interrupted until the conclusion of this match
Leader, A. Rossi
Under the direction of EMILIO COLOMBO
The Hotel Metropole, London
Directed by HENRY HALL
including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers
A Commentary by Captain H. B. T. WAKELAM on the Fourth Test Match
Relayed from Old Trafford, Manchester
Captain H. B. T.
Leader, PHILIP WHITEWAY
Conductor, E. GODFREY BROWN
Leader, Schoolmaster C. T. LEE ,
The Portsmouth Royal Naval Singers is a voluntary choir consisting entirely of officers and men serving in the ships or naval establishments at Portsmouth Dockyard. The choir excels in the singing of sea songs and shanties.
with OLGA ALEXEEVA (soprano)
MAX TURGANOFF (tenor)
VLADIMIR EL IN (baritone)
(All arrangements by Medvedeff)
in Music - Songs and Laughs with Ella Wilson, Joyce Cannon, Wendy Elliott, Kitty Machree, Connie Wood, Queenie Ransley, Toots Williams, Vera Underwood, Helen Dore, Audrey Samson, Ken Wood, Stuart Woolstone, Willie Mars, Jack Hopkinson, Kenneth Rive, Joan Tate
Jack Hart and his Band and Hughie Green
Hughie Green, boy star of so many entertainment worlds, was only fifteen last February, but he was known already to listeners throughout the country and even across the seas. He first broadcast in "In Town Tonight" in January last year. He broadcast with some future members of his gang in April, 1934, and introduced the now famous gang over the air the following month.
Hughie's own impressions of stage, screen, and radio stars have been his hobby since he was quite small, and he soon developed into a very able compere. He has a flair for spotting talent; he writes and produces all his own broadcast shows; is a disciplinarian at rehearsals, but finds his gang as keen as mustard.
Hughie Green and his Gang have appeared at all the principal Variety halls in London and the provinces and have been playing together continuously (and broadcasting) for over a year. Since the middle of June he has been making his first big picture after playing minor parts in several films. He is playing the name part in the Basil Dean production "Mr. Midshipman Easy", in which he is assisted by his godfather, Mr. Harry Tate (minus moustache).
Jack Hart and his
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Sir FREDERICK WHYTE , K.C.S.I., LL.D
Led by LAURANCE TURNER
Conducted by JULIAN CLIFFORD
ANTHONY PINI (violoncello)
Snowmaiden was Rimsky-Korsakov's third opera and one of his most characteristic compositions, (i) The opera opens with an orchestral prelude suggesting the gradual awakening of nature from her winter sleep. (2) The ' Dance of the Birds' describes the birds' greeting of the spring. (3) The action of the human part of this spring fairy-tale passes in the quaint kingdom of Berendeys, a people who live in fantastically shaped houses painted in many colours and are ruled by a kindly, but despotic, Tsar. Rimsky-Korsakov here describes a procession of the Tsar and his court. (4) Awaiting dawn in the Holy Wood at the spring solstice, the Tsar orders his buffoons to amuse him.