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: ORGAN RECITAL

By NORMAN GREENWOOD , relayed from St. Lawrence Jewry Church

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Greenwood

: BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS

Sir H. WALFORD
DAVIE3, ' Music for Schools '

: SPEECH by Rt. Hon. Sir WILLIAM

JOYNSON HtCKS , Home Secretary, at the Final Meeting of the Advisory Couneil of <he Daily News Wireless for Hospitals Fund, relayed from the Mansion House

Contributors

Unknown: Joynson Htcks

: The CHILDREN'S HOUR

Songs by Winifred Davis. The Clever Shepherdess. An Afternoon With William (Richmal Crompton )

Contributors

Songs By: Winifred Davis.
Unknown: Richmal Crompton

: Weather Forecast

FIRST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN
Mr. W. F. BLETCHER, Spanish Talk. S.B. from Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. W. F. Bletcher

: Mr. A. H. DAVIES

Devonshire Stories

: SONGS WITH TWO SETTINGS

Sung by TOM GOODEY

Contributors

Sung By: Tom Goodey

: MILITARY BAND CONCERT

THE WIRELESS MILITARY BAND: Conducted by JOHN ANSELL

Contributors

Conducted By: John Ansell

: Sir H. WALFORD DAVIES

'Music and the Ordinary Listener '

: CHOPIN'S PIANOFORTE SONATAS

Interpreted by SOLOMON
Sonata in C Minor, Op. 4
Part II. (c) Larghetto, (d) Finale-Presto
IN the Third Movement of his First Piano
Sonata, Chopin experimented with five-beats-to-a-bar. But, rather than any marked pulsation, he gives us a slow, smooth flow of indefinite rhythm. In this Movement there is much of that deep, meditative emotion which is often the essence of his quieter music.
The FOURTH MOVEMENT is a brilliant, rather lengthy Finale. Its chief features are the rhythmic beats and upward sweeps of the opening, and a rather severe, solemn, low-pitched tune heard a while later.








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