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: (Davenlry only) Gramophone Records

11.0 11.30 (London only)
Experimental Television Transmission by tho Baird Process

: A Ballad Concert

VIOLET RAWSON (Soprano) FRANK MARRIOTT (Baritone)

: Organ Music

Played by EDWARD 0. HENRY
Relayed from TUSSAUD'S CINEMA

: (London only) LIGHT MUSIC

LEONARDO KEMP and his PICCADILLY HOTEL
ORCHESTRA
From THE PICCADILLY HOTEL
1.0 (Daventry only) Pianoforte Intorlude

: (Daventry only)

THE NATIONAL ORCHESTRA OF WALES
(S.B. frcm Cardiff)

: o FOR THE SCHOOLS

Dr. HERBERT SCHROEDER: German reading, from ' Die Balladen und ritterlichen Lieder,' by Burries Freiherr von Munchausen. Deutsche Verlag Anslalt.
2.20 Interlude
2 30 Miss RHODA POWER: 'Days of Old : The
Middle Agos-VI, Hungry Days in the Four. teenth Century'
3.0 Interlude
3.5 Miss RHODA POWER: 'Stories for Younger Pupils-VI, The Cotton
Fairy (Southern States of America)'
3.20 Interlude
3.25 (Daventry only) Fishing Bulletin

: DANCE MUSIC

JACK PAYNE and the B.B.C. DANCE'
ORHESTRA

: LIGHT MUSIC

ALPHONSE DU CLOS and his
ORCHESTRA
From the HOTEL CECIL

: The CHILDREN'S HOUR

Several Piano Solos played by CECIL DIXON
The End of the Siege,' from ' Five
Children and It' (E. Nesbit )
Mabel Marlowe 's Story of ' Wiggly
Willie's Web '
Songs to suit the occasion, sung by OLIVE GROVES

: 'Careers for Boys and Girls'— III, Miss C. HASLETT, 'Electrical Work for Girls'

Miss C. HASLETT , who is Director of the Electrical Association for Women, will discuss sonio of the openings which exist at present for girls in the sphere of elcctricul work, and nlso tho futuro possibilities in view of tho widespread schemes for electrification of the countryside.

: 'The First News'

; WEATHER FORE
CAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

LISZT'S SONGS
Sung by OLGA HALEY (Contralto)
0 come to me in dreams
Thou, who from Heaven art sent A pino-trco stands forsaken
0 where is there a sward so green ?
APART from bigger vocal works, in which solo voices arc used along with chorus and orchestra, Liszt left over sixty songs for one voice with pianoforte accompaniment. They are but seldom sung now, although many of them are of so lino a quality that, had ho written nothing else, they would of themselves have earned him a high place in the annals of music.
Poetry-not merely written verse, but in the wider sense of the rhythm which breathes in every living thing-was an open book to him in a way that it has not always been to musicians, and that was no doubt in his mind as he composed the Symphonic Poems which had so large an influence on tho later course of orchestral music. It certainly gave him a very real insight into the poetic side of literature, and his settings of words to music are all marked by a very intimate realization of the full meaning of tho words. Not only do the melodies seem to grow happily from the texts, as though the one really inspired the other, but the very essence of the poem seems to be the germ from which the music sprang. Some of his settings of poems which have often been composed-for instance, Mignon's ' Knowest thou the land,' the ' Lorelei,' and Heine's ' Even as a lovely flower,' aro universally accepted as the best of the many songs to these texts in existence, and it would indeed bo difficult to imagine any music which should have quite t!)3 same feeling of belonging to the words.

: Vaudeville

JACK PAYNE and the B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA

: ' The Second News '

WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN; Local News; (Daventry only) ShippingForecast and Fat Stock Prices

: A MILITARY BAND CONCERT

ELSIE COCHRANE (Soprano)
THE WIRELESS MILITARY BAND
Conducted by B. WALTON
O'DOXNELL

: DANCE MUSIC

TEDDY BROWN and his BAND, from
CIRO'S CLUB








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