: 'Boys and Girls of Other Days (Eighteenth and Ninsteenth Centuries)-VII, Jack and the Smugglers '
SMUGGLERS and pirates between them
Sformed the subject-matter of quite half the ' books for boys ' of a generation ago, and even now they still bulk large in the youthful mind. And, indeed, the smugglers of George IV 's time were a romantic crowd, whose historical records vie in picturesqueness with any work of fiction. Miss Rhoda Power will tell some true stories of the smugglers in her talk this afternoon.
FIRST DAY OF REQUEST WEEK
' The Floral Dance ' and other songs by R. F. PALMER (' Rox ')
' The Gentle Maiden' and ' Country Gardens ' by CECIL DIXON (' Sophie ')
An Adventure Story by ALAN HOWLAND
' Notes on Current Topics ' by AUNT PRISCILLA
RHEINBERGER'S ORGAN SONATAS
Played by LEONARD WARNER
From St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate Sonata No. 2 in A Flat, Op. 65
Grave and Allegro; Adagio espressivo
JOSEPH GABRIEL RHEINBERGER
(1839-1901) was an all-round musician and led a distinguished career as organist, teacher, conductor, operatic chorus-master, court-director of music, ' royal professor,' the recipient of honorary degrees and man of mark generally, with Munich as the centre of his sphero of influence. His compositions run to nearly two hundred Opus numbers, the bulk of the Organ Sonatas being in the second hundred and belonging to the period of his maturity.
by ROGER CLAYSON (Tenor)
(THE COMPOSER at the Piano)
There is no more to say Blows the wind today
Pretty Phyllis (Old French Song)
9.45 OWEN MASE
Prelude .......... (from ' Pagan ' Call to Prayer... f Suite)
9.50 ROGER CLAYSON
Collected and arranged by OWEN MASE
A Red, Red Rose
Ca' the Yowes Rattlin ', Roarin'
Willie Helen of Kirkconnel
Gently blaw ye eastern breezes
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