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: ORGAN RECITAL

HAROLD E. DARKE , Mus.Doc., F.R.C.O.
Relayed from St. Michael's Church, Comhill

Contributors

Unknown: Harold E. Darke

: SPEECH BY H.R.H. PRINCE GEORGE

at the Annual Meeting of the SEAMEN'S HOSPITAL SOCIETY
Relayed from
The Hotel Cecil

: HALLOWING OF LEICESTER CATHEDRAL

Relayed from LEICESTER
The Thanksgivings
The Hallowing of the diocese and of the Cathedral Church, the setting therein of the Bishop's stool and the dedication of the restorations and additions to the fabric of the Church.
Psalm 150
Hymn, ' City of God ' (E.H., 375)
Sermon by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop OF
WINCHESTER,
D.D. Hymn at the time of offering, ' For All the Saints '
(E.H.,641)
Blessing by the Lord Bishop OF LEICESTER, D.D. The Primatial Blessing by His Grace the ARCH-
BIS .OP OF CANTERBURY

Contributors

Unknown: D.D. Hymn

: Prof. G. ELLIOT SMITH, ' The Movements of Living Creatures '

THIS is the sixth of Professor Elliot Smith 's talks, and he has now advanced to the comparison between such slow and clumsy creatures as the lobster and the crab, with their series of complicated limbs and appendages, and the graceful, swift-moving fish. This difference, however, depends less upon the shape of the creature than upon the efficiency of its nervous system, and in particular of the labyrinth, or statoeyst, of which he spoke last week.

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Elliot Smith

: SCHUMANN'S 'POET'S LOVE'

Sung by DALE SMITH
SCHUMANN'S happy marriage, at the agj of thirty, seems to have been a wonderful incentive to composition.
In one form, especially in song, he poured out his emotions. Over a hundred songs were composed in that first year of married life. Among them was this cycle of sixteen songs, entitled The Poet's Love (Dichterliebe, in German).
The words are by Heine, the poet who, forbidden to live in his native land, spent some time in London, and ended his days in France, in bodily suffering.
The story first traces the growth of love in the heart of the poet. Suddenly comes his sorrow. His loved one is lost to him.
He seeks to escape, in solititude, his sad recollections, but the image of the lost one is ever poignantly before him.
Finally, resigned to the fading of his dreams, he would put away his memories and bury in a mighty coffin all his sorrow and love, intermingled.
To-night we are to have half of the cycle--tho first nine songs.

Contributors

Sung By: Dale Smith

: WINNERS

Reminiscences of well-known numbers from
Musical Plays, with linked dialogue by MABEL CONSTANDUROS
The WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOHN ANSELL

Contributors

Dialogue By: Mabel Constanduros
Conducted By: John Ansell

: H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES

Speaking at
The BRITISH INDUSTRIES FAIR BANQUET at the Mansion HOUSE
Relayed from the Mansion House

: Variety

Leslie Western (Entertainer)
Marie Dainton (Selections from her Repertoire)
Marie Dainton believes that broadcasting affords the artist of originality greater scope than any other medium, and even those of her admirers who think they know her work well will find to-night that she can show them something new.

Contributors

Entertainer: Leslie Western
Performer: Marie Dainton

: A PROGRAMME OF ERIC FOGG'S MUSIC

Conducted by THE COMPOSER
ISABEL I'ANSON (Soprano)
DALE SMITH (Baritonp)
KATHLEEN MOORHOUSE (Solo Violoncello)
At tho Piano-THE COMPOSER
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
A NYONE who attended the famous Halle Concerts at Manchester for thirty-five consecutive seasons must have constantly heard one man at the organ throughout the whole period. This was C. H. Fogg , who was Organist to the Halle Society during all those years, and was. in fact, one of the best-known practising musicians in the North.
His son is Eric Fogg , born in February, 1903.
Hy 1920, Eric Fogg could already claim a very considerable output of music, and in that year he conducted a Ballet of his at a Queen's
Hall ' Prom. '
In the last seven years he has simplified his style, and has already published a great deal of music which. in the opinions of many, not. merely shows promise, but gives us "actual achievement.
To-night we are to hear representative works by this Composer, in the performance of which we have the advantage of his co-operation. ORCHESTRA
Orchestral Poem, ' Sea Sheen '
ISABEL I'ANSON (with Orchestra) Three Chinese Songs :
Tae Kivae ; Tsuya Dreams ; Broken Tryst
DALE SMITH (with Orchestra) Peace
Hunting Song of the Seeonee Pack
Introduction and Allegro for Flute. Obor, Clari: et, Horn and Piano. (First Performance)
FRANK ALMGILL (Flute) ; JOHN FIELD (Oboe)
FREDERICK THURSTON (Clarinet); FRANK PROBYN (Horn) and The Composer
ISABEL I'ANSON
Two Blake Songs (To Morning; Laughing Song) Evening
When Passion's Trance is
Overpast KATHLEEN MOORHOUSE and THE COMPOSER Poem for Violoncello and Piano
DALE SMITH
The Dove
The Devon Maid
The Dismantled Ship]
Sing a Song of Cricketers
ORCHESTRA
Prelude, Past the Sweet Lilac Clover-field'

Contributors

Soprano: Dale Smith
Unknown: Kathleen Moorhouse
Unknown: C. H. Fogg
Unknown: Eric Fogg
Unknown: Eric Fogg
Unknown: Dale Smith
Clarinet: Frank Probyn
Unknown: Overpast Kathleen Moorhouse
Piano: Dale Smith








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