From THE WALPOLE CINEMA, EALING, by APRIL PENDARVIS (Soprano).
THE GRESHAM SINGERS, THE WALPOLE CINEMA ORCHESTRA and THE AUDIENCE
(Orchestral Accompaniment to the British
Film, 'Every Mother's Son')
A cheerful hour, recalling those earlier melodic successes which charmed our ears only the other day-as it seems ; together with three joyous sketches by Eileen Young , Peter Cheyney , and L. du G. of Punch
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOHN ANSELL '
PIANO DUETS, interpreted by CECIL DIXON and V. HELY HUTCHINSON
Second Military March; Hungarian March; Third Military March
WHILE staying at the Hungarian country house of his friend and patron, Count
Esterhazy, Schubert heard many popular tunes of the countryside, played or sung by gypsies, or by the Count's servants, and those airs he noted down, using some of them in a Hungarian Divertissement, from which this Hungarian March is taken. Traces of these peasant-tunes are to be found in many other of his pieces-in the Musical Moments, the Impromptus, and elsewhere.
The Military Marches have been re-arranged for all sorts of instrumental combinations. They have just the right military carriage.
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