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: FIRST APPEARANCES

A CONCERT by MICROPHONE DÉBUTANTS

: BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS :

Reading, ' Westward Ho! ' (Charles Kingsley )

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Kingsley

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: With the Smaller
Animals in the Wild Wood. Songs by Betty Wheattey and Harry Hopewell. The Wild Wood' (Kenneth Grahame), told by Hylda Metcalf

: ORCHESTRAL MUSIC

Relayed from the Theatre Royal

: ARTHUR PRINCE AND JIM

The First Ventriloquial Figure with a personality

: A SYMPHONY CONCERT

Relayed to London and Daventry
THE AUGMENTED STATION ORCHESTRA, conducted by T. H. MORRISON
THIS work has three Movements.
FIRST MOVEMENT. This opens with an Introduction. Then comes one of the Main Tunes of the Movement. It begins on Piano alone. and can be recognized by its curiously broken character. After some time, a more gentle tune enters.
SECOND MOVEMENT. This is a brief and very attractive Movement, which begins with a graceful tune for Flute accompanied by pizzicato Strings. Later appears a quicker passage (beginning on Piano alone), which Tchaikovsky took from an old French song.
THIRD MOVEMENT. This quick and fiery Movement is made out of three chief tunes, all suggesting 'Russian dances.
THIS Symphony in F is just over forty years old. There are four Movements-a quick big-spirited one, a gentle song-like one, a romantically melancholy one, and another quick and vigorous one.

Contributors

Conducted By: T. H. Morrison








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