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'YOU SHALL HAVE MUSIC'

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featuring
Louis Levy and The Augmented BBC Variety
Orchestra with Eve
Becke Gerry Fitzgerald
Guest Artist, Tod Duncan
Presented by Douglas Lawrence
Orchestral arrangements by Peter YorKe
Louis Levy is well known to radio listeners through his successful Music from the Movies' broadcasts, and to filmgoers because he has been responsible for all the music for Gaumont-Bntish and Gainsborough pictures since 1928, when he recorded the music for Gaumont's first talkie, High Treason. He has just signed a contract to record the special music by Honegger, the famous Swiss composer, for the film Pygmalion, and also a contract to record the music for The Citadel. And he will be recording the music for both the' new
Tom Walls and Max Miller pictures.
Louis Levy first broadcast in 1924 from the Shepherd's Bush Pavilion. He has been musical director for all Jessie Matthews 's films, and last week introduced her as his guest artist in the first of this series of his radio productions. These productions, to be broadcast weekly, will be of the individual character associated with Louis Levy and Peter Yorke , who does all the orchestrations. Listeners will welcome today's guest artist, Tod Duncan , who played the lead in the recent Drury Lane production, The Sun Never Sets.

Contributors

Unknown: Louis Levy
Unknown: Becke Gerry Fitzgerald
Artist: Tod Duncan
Presented By: Douglas Lawrence
Arrangements By: Peter Yorke
Arrangements By: Louis Levy
Unknown: Tom Walls
Unknown: Max Miller
Unknown: Louis Levy
Unknown: Jessie Matthews
Unknown: Louis Levy
Unknown: Peter Yorke
Artist: Tod Duncan

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