THELMA PETERSEN (Mezzo-Soprano)
THE HETTY BOLTON TRIO
ROWENA FRANKLIN ( Violin)
EDITH LAKE (Violoncello)
HETTY BOLTON (Pianoforte)
Trio No. I in G Allegro; Andante ; Allegretto - Mozart
4.10 THELMA PETERSEN Licbestreu (Faithful Love) - Brahms
Der Jäger 'The Huntsman) - Brahms
Das verlassene Mägdlein (The Forsaken Maiden) - Wolf
In dem schatten meiner Locken (In the shadow of my locks) - Wolf
Marchen - Erich Wolff
Die Krone gerichtet - Erich Wolff
4.?5 TRio Theme and Variations, Trio in A - Tchaikovsky
Played by JOSEPH BONNET
Relayed from the Bishopsgate Institute
Prelude and Fugue in E Minor (Cathedral) Bach
(a) In dulci Jubilo (G Major)
(b) ' 0 mensch bewein dein Sunde Cross' (' 0 man, bemoan thy fearful Sin ')
(c) ' In dir ist Freude ' (' In Thee is Gladness ')
THE definite reaction, today, to any pictures that
' tell a story,' raises the obvious question as to how far a picture (like music) is keeping within its proper purpose by being literary. Late nineteenth century painters were never so happy as when they were painting subject-pictures, and of those painters Luko Fildes was among the most popular. In discussing this question,
Mr. Roger Fry will refer to Luke Fildes and, in contrast to him, to Giotto, the fourteenth century painter who took for granted in his public a foreknowledge of the story he was illustrating and so concentrated on the form and spiritual content.
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