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Second Sonata, in E Flat
Allegro moderato; Siciliano ; Allegro
1 rpHIS, like the First
Sonata, has the character of a Concerto in which Flute and keyboard have distinctive themes, of which at times we hear now one, now the other, and then the two being developed together, each by its own instrument.
7.25 Prof. F. W. BURSTALL : Engines for the Road and the Air-I, General Explanation of Heat and Combustion of Solid, Liquid and Gaseous Fuels.' Relayed from Birmingham
STEAM, the first form of automobile engine ever invented, held sway for a long time, but locomotion by road and air remained impossible until some lighter form of motor was devised. Hence the internal combustion engine which bids fair to develop a new civilization of its own. In this series of talks Professor Burstall, of Birmingham University, will describe its theory and history, and the special problems involved in the construction of engines for the air.


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