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: Aberdeen Wireless Quartette

(to 16.30)

Contributors

Musicians: Aberdeen Wireless Quartette

: News

S.B. from London.

Mr. G. A. Atkinson
S.B. from London.

Local News and Weather Forecast

Contributors

Film critic: G. A. Atkinson

: The Glasgow String Quartette

Mr. Isaac Lovsowsky - First Violin, Miss Nancy Lee - Second Violin, Mr. Arthur Briarley - Viola, Mr. James Hoskins - Cello.

7.30 Quartette
Op. 59 No. 1. (Beethoven), Allegro, Allegretto, vivace, Adagio molto mesto, Allegro theme russe.

Contributors

Violinist (The Glasgow String Quartette): Isaac Lovsowsky
Violinist (The Glasgow String Quartette): Nancy Lee
Viola (The Glasgow String Quartette): Arthur Briarley
Cellist (The Glasgow String Quartette): James Hoskins

: Mr. Jas. Hoskins (Cello Solo)

"Andante Cantible" (Cui); "Minuet" (Beethoven).

Contributors

Cellist: Jas. Hoskins

: Beethoven, the Man and the Musician

Talk: Mr. Albert Adams, F.R.C.O. (Director of Music to the Education Authority, Aberdeen).

Contributors

Speaker: Albert Adams

: Mr. Isaac Lovsowsky (Violin Solo)

"Caprice Viennois" (Kreisler); "Schon Rosmarin" (Kreisler).

Contributors

Violinist: Isaac Lovsowsky

: Miss Nancy Lee and Mr. Isaac Lovsowsky

"Duettinos for Two Violins" (Godard).

Contributors

Violinist: Nancy Lee
Violinist: Isaac Lovsowsky

: Quartette

"Quartette the Nigger" (Dvorak). "Allegro ma non troppo", Lento, Molto vivace, Vivace ma non troppo.

: News

S.B. from London.

Local News and Weather Forecast

: Quartette

"Allegretto" (Rossini); "Molly on the Shore (Grainger); "Sir Roger de Coverley" (Bridge).

: Mr. Jas. Hoskins ('Cello Solo)

"Kol nidrei" (Bruch).

Contributors

Cellist: Jas. Hoskins

: Quartette

"Nocturne" (Borodine).

: Mr. Jas. Hoskins ('Cello Solo)

"Arlequin" (Popper).

Contributors

Cellist: Jas. Hoskins

: Close down

Contributors

Announcer: R. E. Jeffrey








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