THERESA GORDON (Mezzo-Sograno)
EVELYN RUEGG (Violin)
MILLY STANFIELD (Violoncello)
BERTHA HAGART (Pianoforte)
THIS comparatively slight work of John
Ireland's presents no difficulty at all to the listener; from beginning to end it is frankly melodious, and its themes are all good-going tunes which are easily remembered. There are four sections, although tho work is played without a break. The violencello begins the first with a fine broad melody, which the violin aftenvards takes up. It is heard more than once at later stages of the Trio, notably in tho third section, which is largely a repetition of the first. The second is the only slow part, and tho last is very lively.
THE British Industries Fair is accepted as the most important occasion en which British manufacturers can display their goods to buyers at home and from all over the world. The Prince of Wales's speech at the banquet held in connection with the opening of the Fair was broadcast on Monday night, and this evening a talk on the significance of this- year's Fair is to be given by Sir Woodman Burbidgo , 0110 of tho biggest figures in the retail trade.
FEW men in the British film industry have had more experience of film production than Mr. Pearson, who gives the fourth talk in this series tonight. He has worked for companies so famous in the early history of motion pictures as Gaumont, Pathe, and Samuelson, as well as his own firm, Welsh Pearson Elder; he has made pictures in England, France. America, and the West Indies; and among the sixty odd films with which he has been associated are Auld Lang Syne, Huntingtower, Squibbs, Maud Em'ly, Garryowen, and A Study in Scarlet, which have brought into the film business such stars and authors as Betty Balfour, Sir Harry Lauder, John Buchan, Conan Doyle, and H. de Vere Stacpoole.
or The Caves of Carrig-Cleena
A Comic Opera in Two Acts
Written and told by BASIL HOOD
Composed by ARTHUR SULLIVAN and EDWARD GERMAN
The Earl of Newtown, K.P. (Lord-
Lieutenant of Ireland)
Dr. Fiddle, D.D. (his Private Chaplain) Terence O'Brian (a Young Rebel)
Professor Bunn (Shakespearian Reciter.
Character Impersonator, etc.)
Pat Murphy (a Fiddler)
Black Dan. .....}(Irish Peasants)
Sergeant Pincher...}(H.M. Ilth Regiment of Private Perry .... Foot) The Countess of Nowtown
Lady Rosie Pippin (her Daughter) Molly O'Grady (a Peasant Girl) Susan (Lady Rosie's Maid) Nora.....}
THE WIRELESS Chorus
(Chorus Master, STANFORD ROBINSONI
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA Conducted by JOHN ANSELL
The cast includes LEONARD HENRY JACK MORRISON
Act I. Outside the Lord-Lieutenant's country residence
Act II. The caves of Carrig-Cleena
Period : About a hundred years ago
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