Played by Mrs. NORMAN O'NEILL.
Rameau was France's greatest composer of the 17th-18th centuries. He wrote brilliantly for the harpsichord, and became famous for his Ballets and Operas, of which " Castor and Pollux" is the best known.
Gavotte and Variations (A
La Poule (" The Chicken ")-an early example of humour in music.
Tambourin (a kind of march-past derived probably from the old French Hurdy-gurdy preceding wedding and christening processions).
Piece sans Titre (Piece without
Title) from a MS. found by Saint-Siiens in the Paris Conservatoire Museum).
Gavotte from Ballet "Pour les
Iieures et les Zephyrs."
Craftsman, Artist," by Miss AMELIA DEFRIES.
(Bom February 3rd, 1809.)
GWLADYS NAISH (Soprano).
SPENCER THOMAS (Tenor).
MAURICE COLE (Solo Pianoforte).
THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY
Conducted by DAN GODFREY.
A Representation of Events of The 23rd of December, 1924.
A large number of Listeners will remember the weird and wonderful experience of Captain Eckersley just before Christmas, 12 months ago, when trying to track down (?) a mysterious interference on our wave-length.
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