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: TUESDAY MIDDAY SOCIETY'S CONCERT

Relayed from Houldsworth Hall
Song Recital by JOAN ELWES (Soprano).

Contributors

Soprano: Joan Elwes

: BROADCAST TO SECONDARY SCHOOLS : Prof.

F. E- WEISS, ' The Romance of Plant Life-XI. What the Distribution of Plants Teaches Us '

: RUSSIAN CHAMBER MUSIC

MAROVA (Russian Soprano)
THE CATTERALL QUARTET: ARTHUR CATTERALL (1st Violin); LEONARD HIRSCH (2nd Violin); FRANK S. PARK (Viola) ; JOHAN C. HOCK
('Cello)
Relayed to Daventry
THE third String Quartet was written in memory of a friend, the Violinist
Ferdinand Laub , who had been prominently associated with the performance of the Composer's two earlier Quartets, and who died in his early 'forties, in 1875. The elegiac tone of the music is most deep in the Third Movement, which contains some of the saddest music even Tchaikovsky ever wrote. In this Movement the muting of the Strings adds much to the sombre effect.

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Catterall
Violin: Leonard Hirsch
Viola: Johan C. Hock
Violinist: Ferdinand Laub

: BAND CONCERT

THE TYLDESLEY TEMPERANCE PRIZE BAND, conducted by J. RATCLIFFE

Contributors

Conducted By: J. Ratcliffe








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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