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: VAUDEVILLE

From Birmingham
JOHNSON BROTHERS and GREENOP
(Syncopated Harmony)
GRACE IVELL and VIVIEN WORTH
(Entertainers at the Piano)
Tommy HANDLEY (the Wireless Comedian)
CYRIL SHIELDS (in Magic and Humour)
PHILIP BROWN 'S DOMINOES DANCE BAND

Contributors

Piano: Tommy Handley
Unknown: Philip Brown

: THÉ DANSANT

From Birmingham
PHILIP BROWN’S DOMINOES DANCE BAND
GWEN MAWDESLEY (Light Songs)

: LIGHT MUSIC

From Birmingham
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO
ORCHESTRA
Conducted by FRANK CANTELL

Contributors

Conducted By: Frank Cantell

: CHAMBER MUSIC

DOROTHY SILK (Soprano)
THE BUDAPEST TRIO
NICOLAS ROTH (Violin) ; GEORGE ROTH (Violoncello) ; ANDREAS PETRI (Pianoforte)
BEETHOVEN, unlike some composers, was quite grown up (a young man of twenty-five) before his ' Opus 1 ' (which includes this Trio and two others) was published.
To his pupil Ries ho later re'ated how the three Trios in this Opus were first introduced. Ries tells us that it was at a soiree at the house of Prince Lichnowsky (who had been a pupil and friend of Mozart, and who was greatly impressed by Beethoven's talent). 'Most of the artists and music-lovers wore invited,' he says, especially Haydn, for whoso opinion all were eager. The Trios wero played, and at once commanded extraordinary attention..... Haydn tilso said many pretty things about them.
Wo are to hear the Trio in C Minor (the third number of Beethoven's Op. 1), with its eager, vigorous First Movement, its suave Air with five
Variations, its winsome Minuet, and its Finale, dashing off in youthful ardour.
PAUL JUON is a Russian (born in 1872) who was trained as a Violinist and was a Composition pupil of Taneiov and Arensky, studying that subject also in Berlin. He has been for over twenty years a Professor of it at the Royal High School of Music in Berlin. His compositions includo a good deal of chamber music, Violin Concertos, various orchestral works, and Symphonic Ballet Suites, and ho has written books on harmony.
ADUMKA is a piece of a passionate elegiac character, and the word Dumky is the plural form. Dvorak's Dumky Trio, for Piano, Violin and 'Cello, consists of a succession of five brief Movements which have in common a passionate emotion.
In the First Movement, a slow Introduction leads to a quick portion. The Second Movement is slow, the Third moves at a moderate pace, the Fourth is quick, and the Last, after a slow and dignitied Introduction, goes off at a gay pace.

Contributors

Violin: Nicolas Roth
Violin: George Roth
Unknown: Paul Juon

: A BALLAD CONCERT

(From Birmingham)
DOROTHY BENNETT (Soprano) and DALE SMITH
(Baritone)

Contributors

Soprano: Dorothy Bennett
Soprano: Dale Smith








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