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: Transmission to Schools

Sir
Walford Davics, Mus.Doc., " Elementary Music."

: " The Daffodil Isles

" by Arnot
Robertson.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Bassoon Solos by E. W. Hinchliffe. "The Three Sillies," told by Harcourt Williams. " Charlemagne and His Champions " (8).

Contributors

Solos By: E. W. Hinchliffe.
Told By: Harcourt Williams.

: Dance Music. THE LONDON RADIO DANCE BAND.

Directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN.

Contributors

Directed By: Sidney Firman.

: Rachmaninov.

Twenty-four Preludes (Op. 2),
Interpreted by STEPHEN WEARING
(Solo Pianoforte).
Session 2.
Preludes, D Major (Op. 23, No. 3).
A Minor (Op. 23, No. 3). B Flat Major (Op. 23,
No. 2).

: M. STEPHAN

"Napoleon,
" Homme de Lett res."

: NAPOLEON BONAPARTE

in Music and Story.
" Great men are meteors that consume themselves to light the earth. This is my burnt-out hour."
Week Beginning
February 21st.
NORMAN ALLIN (Bass).
THE LONDON RADIO
PLAYERS:
FRANK ARLTON.
MICHAEL HOGAN ;
JAMES HUGHES ;
GEORGE IDE ;
ELFIE LEIGH-HUNT ;
HENRY OSCAR;
MILTON ROSMER ;
FRED RUSSELL ;
JACK STRAW.
THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by T. H. MORRISON.
1792. THE ORCHESTRA. Rumours of Invasion.
"The Dynasts."
(Thomas Hardy, O.M.)
Part I., Act II., Scene 5.
NORMAN ALLIN.
Sea Chanty, " Boney was a Warrior." 1813. THE ORCHESTRA. Peninsular. Battle of Vittoria.1815. THE PLAYERS.
The 100 Days. Excitement in England.
"The Dynasts." (Thomas Hardy, O.M.)
Part III., Act V., Scene 6.
NORMAN ALLIN.1815. Waterloo. HENRY OSCAR. "The Brussels." Defeat. " This is My Burnt-Out
Hour," Part III., Act VII., Scene 9. "The Dynasts."
(Thomas Hardy, O.M.)
MILTON ROSMER as Napoleon.
NORMAN ALLIN.

Contributors

Bass: Norman Allin
Unknown: Frank Arlton.
Unknown: Michael Hogan
Unknown: James Hughes
Unknown: Elfie Leigh-Hunt
Unknown: Milton Rosmer
Unknown: Fred Russell
Conducted By: T. H. Morrison.

: . WEATHER FORECAST and 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

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

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Walford Davies

: DANCE MUSIC.

JAY WHIDDEN and his
MIDNIGHT FOLLIES DANCE ORCHESTRA. from the Hotel Metropole.

Contributors

Unknown: Jay Whidden








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