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: CAMILLE COUTURIER'S ORCHESTRA

relayed from Restaurant Frascati.

: Transmission to Schools

Mr.
J. C. Stobart and Miss Mary Somerville," Heroes of Fiction-Scott's ' Rob Roy. ' "

Contributors

Unknown: J. C. Stobart
Unknown: Rob Roy.

: " Out of Doors

" by A. Bonnet
Laird.

: Music

relayed from the CAPITOL THEATRE, Hay-market.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Piano
Improvisations by Uncle Jeff. A Story told by Ivy Elstob . .. Karaka the Kingfisher," told by Uncle Peter.
Dance Music.

Contributors

Told By: Ivy Elstob

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Prof. C. J. PATTEN : " Bird
Life-The Triumph of Love." S.B. from Sheffield.

Contributors

Unknown: C. J. Patten

: Rameau (1683-1764).

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
Minor).
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."

: " Michael Angelo-Engineer

Craftsman, Artist," by Miss AMELIA DEFRIES.
MENDELSSOHN.
(Bom February 3rd, 1809.)
GWLADYS NAISH (Soprano).
SPENCER THOMAS (Tenor).
MAURICE COLE (Solo Pianoforte).
THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by DAN GODFREY.

Contributors

Tenor: Maurice Cole
Conducted By: Dan Godfrey.

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Overture, " Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage."
GWLADYS NAISH.
Aria, " Infelice."
(with Orchestra).
SPENCER THOMAS.
" The Garland."
" In Springtime."

Contributors

Unknown: Spencer Thomas.

: Maurice Cole

(with Orchestra).
Capriccio Brillante.
GWLADYS NAISH.
" Welcome to Spring." " In Spring Time."
" Another May Song."
THE ORCHESTRA.
" A Midsummer Night's Dream "
Music: Scherzo ; Nocturne ; Wedding March.
SPENCER THOMAS.
"Elfin Revels."
"On Wings of Song."
MAURICE COLE.
No. 5 (F Sharp Minor)
Songs No. 28 (G Major)
Without No. 18 (Duetto)
Words No. 34 (Bee's Wedding)

Contributors

Unknown: Capriccio Brillante.
Unknown: Gwladys Naish.
Unknown: Spencer Thomas.
Song: Maurice Cole.

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Symphony No. 3 in A Minor, Op.
56 (" The Scotch ").
Introduction and Allegro Agitato ;
Scherzo assai Vivace; Adagio Cantabile ; Allegro Guerriero and Finale Maestoso.

Contributors

Unknown: Allegro Agitato
Unknown: Allegro Guerriero

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Chats with Famous Authors (3) :
Under the auspices of the National Book Council-Mr. F.W. THOMAS : "Humour."
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: F.W. Thomas

: A RADIO MYSTERY.

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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