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: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

Bach's 48 Preludes and Fugues, played through consecutively at this hour daily throughout the month

: VOICE AND PERSONALITY—1

A Special Test conducted by Professor T. H. PEAR (Professor of Psychology, Manchester University)
S.B. from Manchester
(Full details of this interesting broadcast are given in Professor Pear's article on page 101 of this issue.)

Contributors

Conducted By: Professor T. H. Pear

: A Lecture Recital: The Folk Music of Spain

Illustrated on the Spanish Guitar and Lute by Jan and Cora Gordon.
Jan and Cora Gordon have established themselves in the estimation of the reading public as the most charming of literary vagabonds. Their wanderings began in Spain, about which they have written (and illustrated) two delightful books - "Two Vagabonds in Spain" and "A Donkey Trip Through Spain".

8.30 Orchestra Suite Pastorale - John Ansell

Contributors

Musicians: Jan Gordon
Musicians: Cora Gordon

: THROUGH ANOTHER'S EYES

Played by ADOLPHE HALLIS

Contributors

Played By: Adolphe Hallis

: ' ADMIRAL PETERS '

A Comedy in One Act, by W. W. JACOBS and HORACE MILLS
Presented by Eric BARBER
Played by the STATION REPERTORY COMPANY Cast

Contributors

Unknown: W. W. Jacobs
Presented By: Eric Barber
George Burton (a Naval Pensioner): Norman Firmin
Joe Stiles (an Old Messmate of Burton's): Eric Barber
Mrs Dutton: Sal Sturgeon

: MUSICAL PLAYS OF RECENT DAYS

A Performance of Excerpts, conducted by JOHN ANSELL
EVA STERNROYD (Sorrano)
The WIRELESS ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Conducted By: John Ansell
Conducted By: Eva Sternroyd








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