HOWARD FRY (Baritone)
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOHN ANSELL
Rakoczy March - Liszt
Overture, ' Mistress Wilful' - Sydney ffoulkes
Cosatschoque - Dargomijsky
HOWARD FRY, with Ochostrra Let me but catch you here, my pretty Master - ('Figaro') Mozart
So, Sir' Page - ('Figaro') Mozart
ORCHESTRA Suite, ' Minnehaha ' - Coleridge-Taylor
HOWARD FRY, with Piano BoisEpais (Sombre Woods) - Lully, arr. A. L.
The Pretty Creature - StephenS/orace,arr.LaneWilson
My love's an arbutus - Stanford
Trottin to the Fair - Stanford
ORCHESTRA Overture, ' La Gazza Ladra' (' The Thieving Magpie - Rossini
Bullet, Suite ' The Devil's Forge' - Byng
by ISOLDE MENGES (Violin) and HAROLD SAMUEL (Pianoforte)
THIS Sonata of Beethoven's, for violin and pianoforte, takes its name from the violinist, Rudolph Kreutzer , to whom Beethoven dedicated it, calling him in the dedication ' his friend.' Nothing is known of relations between Beethoven and Kreutzer, and the dedication has always been something of a mystery, .although Kreutzer was, of course, one of the outstanding figures, if not the foremost, in the violin world of Beethoven's day. It was with the English mulatto, Bridgewater, that Beethoven first played the work, and Bridgewater claimed that it was originally dedicated to him. No one knows whether this is so. It is in three Movements, tho first and last quick movements, each with two main tunes according to convention, and the middle movement, an air-a long, fine melody, with variations.
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