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DEBUSSY'S picture of the hills of Anacapri, near Naples, glows with the light and warmth of the Italian sun. We hear suggestions of the gay Tarantella dance and of a popular love-ditty.
BAX, in Mediterranean, sets up a gracefully languorous theme that transports us at once to a Southern seaboard. To this theme succeeds a playful, lilting melody, and these contrasted moods prevail throughout.
IN his Pickwick piece, Debussy seems to be poking good-humoured fun at the great man's qualities of gravity and playfulness. By the introduction of a few bars of our National Anthem he perhaps suggests that Mr. Pickwick stands for the British nation.
SOME of Milhaud's music has already been broadcast. This young Frenchman (he is thirty-five) formed one of the little band until recently known as ' The Six.' Actually, they had not very much in common, except, perhaps. a general spirit of revolt against the supposed mistiness and subtlety of Debussy and his followers.


Played By: Adolphe Hallis

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