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: BACH ANNIVERSARY. THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Conducted by W. G. WHITTAKER , Mus.Doc.
Brandenburg Concerto, No. 3, in G for Strings.
DOROTHY SILK (Soprano) with ORCHESTRA.
Aria, " Dissolve, 0 My Heait "
(" St. John Passion ").

Contributors

Conducted By: W. G. Whittaker

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Sinfonias to Cantatas
(a) To No. 152 (Flute, Oboe, Viola,
Celli, Bass).
(b) To No. 42 (two Oboes, Bassoon, and Strings).
(New Arrangements by Dr. WHITTAKER.)

: WILLIAM PRIMROSE

(Solo Violin) with ORCHESTRA.
Concerto in E Major for Violin and Orchestra.

: DOROTHY SILK with ORCHESTRA

BERNHARD ORD
(Clavichord).
Three Preludes from " The Well-
Tempered Clavichord ":- Book 1., No. 1, C Major.
. Book 11., No. 12, F Minor.
Book I., No. 21, B Flat Major.
The above were originally written for the Clavichord.

: THE ORCHESTRA.'

Suite in B Minor for Flute and Strings.
(Solo Flute,
FRANK ALMGILL. )

Contributors

Flute: Frank Almgill.

: Mrs. PATRICK CAMPBELL

will read
Three Scenes from
" PELLEAS and MELISANDE," by Maurice Maeterlinck.
Translated by Professor J. W. Mackenzie.
The Scenes take place in and around a medieval castle.

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice Maeterlinck.
Translated By: Professor J. W. MacKenzie.

: Bow Bells

rung by THE SOCIETY OF COLLEGE YOUTHS.

: Service.

Relayed from
St. James's Church, Reading.
Ave Regina Soriano-1549-1620
Address by the Rev. F. J.
KERNAX, B.A.

: The Week's Good Cause

" The Victoria Home for Invalid Children," by Mrs. KENDAL.

: DALE SMITH

(Baritone).

: Lionel Tertis in a Viola Recital.

Accompanied by HAROLD CRAXTON.

Contributors

Accompanied By: Harold Craxton.








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