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: EUGENE CRUFT and his OCTET

and JOAN MUIRELLA (Contralto)
JOHN CHANDLER (Tenor)

Contributors

Tenor: John Chandler

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: 'A Feathered
Fantasy,' containing Bird Songs by Constance Groome. Piano Solos by Violetta Yuill. Selected Verses about Birds : ' A Bird's-Nesting Expedition in the Woods ' (Reginald Gaze)

: Air Ministry Talk-Mr. F. J. V. HOLMES : ' Joy Riding '

IT is claimed for Joy Riding-taking people up for short flights at so much a head-that ft is the enly form of propaganda for aviation that is carried on as a commercial proposition without a subsidy. Mr. Holmes, who was a flying mun before the War, and served in the R.N.A.S. during it, has been running a company that gives joy-rides and aviation tours since 1921, and in that time has carried over a quarter of a million passengers without mishap. He believes that all these people have been given a conception of flying as a safe and pleasant business, and as the coming mode of quick travel, that they would probably not have got in any other way.

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

The Sonatas of Beethoven

: VARIETY

TOM CLARE at the Piano
The HOUSTON SISTERS The Irrepressibles
LEE MORSE and her Guitar
SKETCH
' SYDNEY THE SPECTRE ' by J. D. DICKSON

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Clare
Unknown: Lee Morse
Unknown: J. D. Dickson

: CHAMBER MUSIC RECITAL

THE PHILHARMONIC Trio
ALBERT FRANSELLA (Fluty)
LEON GOOSSENS (Oboe)
F. TICCIATI (Pianoforte)
THE Concerto from which we are to hear two
Movements is the second of two written in 1778. It was composed, so the biographer Jahn tells us, for a gentleman described by Mozart as ' the true philanthropist, the Indian Dutchman.'
The sweet melodiousness of the Slow Movement is its chief characteristic, and in the Finale gay carelessness and cool charm go hand in hand.

Contributors

Oboe: Leon Goossens

: ANNUAL DINNER OF THE MUSICIANS' BENEVOLENT FUND

PROGRAMME OF MUSIC
Relayed from the Savoy Hotel
JOHN Goss and the CATHEDRAL MALE VOICE
QUARTET

Contributors

Unknown: John Goss








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