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: OPERATIC SELECTIONS

GWEN KNIGHT (Soprano) ; HORACE VINCENT (Tenor) ; THE WIRELESS ORCHÉSTRA, conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON

Contributors

Soprano: Gwen Knight
Soprano: Horace Vincent
Unknown: Stanford Robinson

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: Selections by the Daventry Quartet. A Sketch by Mabel Constanduros. A Competiticn

: SERGE LTAPOUKOV

STUDIES of TRANSCENDENTAL EXECUTION
Played by EDWARD MITCHELL ,
Æolian Harps
Procession of the Magi
(from' Christmas Festivities,' Op. 41)
THE last, of tho Studies
THE last of the Studies we arc- to hear is one. of wonderful delicacy, suggesting the faint, sweet music of the wind as it passes over the strings stretched for its caresses.
The final piece comes from a later set of pieces, described as' Four Pictures for Piano.'
In tho Procession Liapounov, after setting the rhythm of the stately march, introduces an Arab melody of a hymn-like-character, the march plodding steadily along beneath it. Towards the end the piece works up to a pitch of ecstasy with the Arab tune sounded forth amid the jangle of bells, then dominating all in fine dignity.

Contributors

Played By: Edward Mitchell

: VARIETY

MURRAY ASHFORD 'S WESTCLIFF-ON-SEA CONCERT
PARTY (late of Margate)
MAROVA
RUSSIAN Folk Songs with Guitar Accompaniment
THE Four
(Sidney, Sam, John and Bert)
GUS MACNAUGHTON and CYRIL SMITH
(Cross Talk)

Contributors

Unknown: Murray Ashford
Unknown: Gus MacNaughton
Unknown: Cyril Smith

: EDWARD GERMAN'S MUSIC

NORMAN WILLIAMS (Baritone)
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA, conducted by JOHN ANSELL
ORCHESTRA
Overture to Richard III '
Welsh Rhapsody
NORMAN WILLIAMS
The Dew Upon the Lily The Drummer Boy
My Song is of the Sturdy North (with Orchestra)
ORCHESTRA
Bourreo and Giguo from ' Much Ado About
Nothing'
Graceful Waltz and Sallarello from Suite in D
Minor
Violin Solo 'Souvenir'
Solo Violin, S. KNFALE KELLEY
Selection from ' Merrie England '

Contributors

Conducted By: John Ansell
Unknown: Richard Iii
Violin: S. Knfale Kelley








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