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: Transmission to Schools

Mr. GEOFFREY SHAW on "Music."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Geoffrey Shaw

: "Vogues and Vanities

" by Carmen of Cockaigne.
Music performed during Afternoon Tea at the Troeadero. " Slogans,” by Agnes Herbert.

Contributors

Unknown: Agnes Herbert.

: CHILDREN'S CORNER

A
Story by E. Le Breton Martin. "The Dragon on the Toadstool," from The Children's Magazine."

: Mr. N. HARDY WALLIS

M.A..
" The Majesty of Milton."

: WEATHER FORECAST and 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

S.B. to all Stations.
Mr. A. K. TOTTON, M.C., Dept. of Zoology,
Natural History Museum, "The Sea Shore: Corals and Coral Reefs." S.B. to all Stations.
Local News.
The Barnardo Musical Boys.
(Instrumental Music on a Peal of Ninety
Handbells ; Sleigh Bells, Xylophones, Tubephone, Marimbaphone, Mandolines, Miniature Chimes, Bagpipes, Auto-Harp and Ocarinas.)

: Handbells. “Bric-à-Brac .....C. Coote

Highland Bagpipes , "Crusaders' March";
“The Highland Wedding."
Fairy Bells and Auto-Harp, "Those Endearing Charms. Vocal and Instrumental Music by FREDERIC D'ERLANGER.
WILLIAM PRIMROSE and The
COMPOSER.

Contributors

Unknown: Highland Bagpipes
Music By: Frederic D'Erlanger.
Music By: William Primrose

: Concerto for Violin (First Movement). ANNE THURSFIELD.

Group of English Songs.
“En Sourdine.” “Dream.” “Alone.”
MAURICE COLE.
"Toccata."
“Au Son des Harpes.”
Anno Thursfield.
Group of English Songs.
“L'Abbesse.”
" Chanson Legeie. ”
William Primrose.
“Pcème.”
Maurice Cole and The Composer.
Duets for Two Pianos.
" Larghetto."
“Dentelles et Chiffons." “Cortège Dansant.”

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice Cole.
Harpes: Anno Thursfield.
Unknown: Chanson Legeie.
Unknown: William Primrose.
Unknown: Maurice Cole

: WEATHER FORECAST and 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

S.B. to all Stations.
Topical Talk. Local News.
R. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS PROGRAMME.

Contributors

Unknown: R. Vaughan Williams

: The London Male Voice Octet

Original Compositions.
Three Elizabethan Songs:- "Sweet Day," "The Willow Song," "O Mistress Mine."
Folk Tune Arrangements, “Ward the Pirate," "The Turtle Dove," Jack the Sailor,"
"The Winter is Gone," "The Farmer's Boy."








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