Relayed from the Winter Gardens, Bournemouth THE BOURNEMOUTH MUNICIPAL AUGMENTED
Conducted by Sir DAN GODFREY FRANK PHILLIPS (Bass-Baritone)
GLAZOUNOV was born in Petrograd (where he still lives) in 1865. He is not an out-and-out member of the Russian ' national' school of composers, having a tendency to revert to the classical and the cosmopolitan. This Symphony, in E flat, is the fourth of eight that he has composed, and his forty-eighth work (of about eighty altogether). It is in three movements.
FIRST Movement. A rather slow, plaintive Introduction, leading into a quick Movement, in which the tune heard at the opening of the Introduction is made use of. SECOND Movement. A Scherzo, a rapid lively Movement.
THIRD Movement. Another rather slow
Introduction, leading into a quick Movement. Here again, the First Main Tune of the slow portion (it comes on the Clarinet) is employed in the quick Movoment proper. In the course of his development of the many ideas he uses, tho Composer introduces a reminiscence of the Symphony's opening melody.
Conducted by PAUL RIMMER
Dream Children-Fairy Buzzy-Juzzy gets Busy, by H. P. Gaston. Songs by MARJORIE PALMER
(Soprano). EDGAR WHEATLEY (Violin)
Personally conducted by JACK PAYNE
MIRIAM FERRIS (Comedienne)
GILBERT and NEWTON
(Syncopation and Harmony)
An open-air diversion created by TYRONE POWER
Listeners are furnished, of course, with complimentary tickets, which will not only procure them unseen admission to the beautiful grounds of Wroxe Park, but will enable them to overhear specially selected snatches of the conversation of some of the best-known people in the;neighbourhood, not even excepting the Duchess herself, whose conversation is always edifying. They will also be able to take advantage of numerous other attractions which the organizers of the Fete have arranged.
Relayed from the Arts Theatre Club
THE ARTS THEATRE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Led by ARTHUR CATTERALL
Conducted by EDWARD CLARK
HANDEL'S Great Concertos ('
Concerti Grossi ') ') are not Concertos in the modern meaning of works for (usually) one Soloist and an Orchestra.
Handel generally used an Orchestra of Stringed instruments and one or two Harpsichords, and divided it into groups of players. One group consisted of two Violins and a Violoncello, and the other comprised the remainder of the Orchestra. One Harpsichord supported each group.
These groups are played off one against another, all through the work, having alternate cuts at the music, so to speak, and sometimes they are combined.
This Concerto is in three Movements: (1)
Moderately quick ; (2) Slow ; (3) Quick.
LOVE, THE MAGICIAN, is a one-act Ballet concerned with Andalusian gipsy life. Candelas, a young, beautiful, and passionate gipsy woman, has loved a handsome man of her own race. After his death, she falls in love with Carmelo, another young gipsy, but is haunted by the jealous spectre of her former lover, of which she cannot free herself. Eventually, the ghost is laid, and Candelas and Carmelo are
: THE SAVOY
ORPHEANS, FRED ELIZALDE and his Music from the Savoy Hotel