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: AN ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

THE AUGMENTED STATION ORCHESTRA, conducted by T. H. MORRISON
Loveliest of Trees
When I was one-and-twenty
There pass the careless people In Summertime on Bredon
The Street sounds to the Soldiers' tread On the Idle Hill of Summer
White in the moon. the long road lies Think no more, Lad. laugh. be jolly Lute. my heart, an air that kills The Lads in their hundreds
THE Shropshire Lad poems of Housman have stirred many a composer to seek the expression of their typically English folk-spirit. Mr. Hely-Hutchinson. one of the latest composers to set some of them. was born in South Africa and held musical posts there (among them those of Lecturer in Music at the South African College of Music and at Cape Town University) before joining the B.B.C. One of his orchestral compositions recently received an award from the Carnegie Trust, which undertakes each year the publication of a number of meritorious British works.
ORCHESTRA
First Maid of Aries' Suite (' LAilesienne ')
Bizet JOSEPH PERCIVAL (Pianoforte)
THE SPANISH CAPRICE is so well known that it is only necessary to recall that it consists of a number of contrasted sections, following one another without pause, thus: Alborada, Variations, Alborada (repeated), Scene amiGipsy.Song,Fandango.

Overture, 'Carnival' - Dvorak
Symphonic Poem,' Romeo and Juliet ' - Tchaikovsky
BERTRAM AYRTON (Baritone) Song Cycle, ' A Shropshire Lad ' - Somervell. arr. Hely-Hutchinson
Polish Song - Chopin, arr. Liszt
Bolero Chopin Study in A - Poldini
Prelude in G Minor - Rachmaninov
ORCHESTRA Spanish Caprice - Rimsky-Korsakov

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Conducted By: T. H. Morrison
Pianoforte: Bizet Joseph Percival








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