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: Transmission to Schools

Sir
WALFORD DAVIES , Mus. Dec., "Elementary Music."

Contributors

Unknown: Walford Davies

: " Children's Grievances,"

by Muriel Wrineh.

Contributors

Unknown: Muriel Wrineh.

: LOUIS LEVY'S ORCHESTRA

relayed from Shepherd's Bush Pavilion.

: For the Children

Clarinet Solos by F. Thurston. "The Story of Little Flick," by E. Cheeseman. The Fear-leas Four," by H. le Breton Martin.

Contributors

Unknown: F. Thurston.
Unknown: E. Cheeseman.
Unknown: H. Le Breton Martin.

: Dance Music.

LONDON RADIO DANCE
BAND:
Directed bv
SIDNEY FIRMAN.

Contributors

Unknown: Sidney Firman.

: WEATHER FORECAST

and 1sT GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.
Topical Talk.

: Beethoven.

EDWARD ISAACS playing the Last Movement (Prestissimo) of First Sonata, Op. 2, No. 1, in F Minor.
First Movement (Allegro con brio) of Third Sonata, Op. 2. No. 3, in C Major.

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Isaacs

: F rencReading by M. STEPHAN

, under the auspices of L'Institut Franeais : " Mile. Perle et Autres Contes."

: Concert

THE L.C.C. BERMONDSEY CENTRAL SCHOOL FOR BOYS. "The Monnow Song."
Words and Air by Dr. Robt. Jones.
Setting by Mr. J. Manning Hughes.
" Youth and War," a Song Sequence.
Words by Dr. Robt. Jones.
Music and Orchestration by Mr. J. A. Phillips.
"Ships of London Town."
Words and Air by Dr. Robt. Jones.
Setting by Mr. J. A. Phillips.
Conductor, Mr. J. A. PHILLIPS.
Choir-Master, Mr. F. L. KEEFFE , L.R.A.M.
Pianist, Mr. T. SCOTT, L.R.A.M.
'Cellist : Mr. F. L. KEEFFE.
Mr. KEEFFE will sing the "War" Passages in " Youth and War," and the first three verses of " Ships of London Town."
Relayed from Monnow Road, Bermondsey.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. J. Manning
Unknown: Mr. J. A. Phillips.
Conductor: Mr. J. A. Phillips.
Conductor: Mr. J. A. Phillips.
Unknown: Mr. F. L. Keeffe
Pianist: Mr. T. Scott
Unknown: Mr. F. L. Keeffe.

: A. J. Alan

Will relate another of hia
Experiences.

: Act III. of the Opera "Carmen"

(Bizet).
Performed by THE BRITISH NATIONAL OPERA COMPANY.
Relayed from The Empire, Liverpool.
The third act of this popular opera opens with the scene in the Smugglers' Cave in the rocky mountain pass. It includes the fight between Don Jose and Escamillo, the bull fighter, both of whom are in love with Carmen. The smugglers separate the fighters, Escamillo walks away singing of his love for Carmen, who tries to follow him, but is stopped by Don Jose. Mieaela, the peasant girl who has come in search of Jose, appears, and the situation becomes tensely dramatic. She begs him to return to his mother, who is dying, and they leave the cave together.

Contributors

Unknown: Don Jose
Unknown: Don Jose.

: Willie Rouse

(Wireless Willie) in Favourites, Old and New.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND) GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Sir WALFORD DAVIES , Mus.
Doc., " Music and the Ordinary Listener-Notes in Action."
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Walford Davies

: DANCE MUSIC.

NEW PRINCE'S TORONTO
ORCHESTRA,
ALFREDO and HIS BAND and DE PIETRO, HIS ITALIAN
ORCHESTRA, and JOAN REVEL. from the New Prince's Restaurant.








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