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A Military Band Concert

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THE WIRELESS MILITARY BAND, conducted by B. WALTON O'DONNELL
MEGAN THOMAS (Soprano) ; GLYN EASTMAN (Baritone)
A S a boy of twelve, Elgar wrote some music for a children's play. In 1907 he revised this, and arranged it for Full Orchestra, in the form of two Suites. We are to hear the second of these, in an arrangement for Military Band. It contains the following : March, The Little Bells, Moths and Butterflies, Fountain Dance, The Tame Bear and the Wild Bears.
GOLDMARK'S work is really a Suite of pieces. threaded together by a common idea, rather than a full-dress Symphony. It has five Movements, of which we are to hear arrangements of the Second and Third-romantic pieces that show the composer's skill in light music.
Goldmark is one of those musicians who are remembered only by one or two works. He made a great hit fifty years ago with the Opera The Queen of Sheba, but was never able all the rest of his life to write another work that was anything like so successful.

Contributors

Conducted By: B. Walton O'Donnell
Soprano: Megan Thomas
Baritone: Glyn Eastman

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