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: A Symphony Concert

Relayed from the New Pavilion, Bournemouth
No. 24of the 34Winter Series
THE BOURNEMOUTH MUNICIPAL AUGMENTED
ORCHESTRA
Conductors: Mr. JOHN Gough and Sir DAN GODFREY
Mannucci (Violoncello) (First Performance)
JOHN GOUGH was bom in Tasmania in 1903 (an Australian of the third generation, educated at Launceston
State High School and later, by scholarship, at the Melbourne University Conservatorium. He is a composition Scholar of the Royal College of Music and a pupil of Dr. Vaughan Williams.
He has furnished the following description of his work: 'First Wallaby Track is an attempt to find a pastoral expression that will be at one with the soil of Australia. (The term Wallaby Track is equivalent to the English " Open Road ").'
The Composer believes that the aesthetic of this quest concerns itself, not with Sydney harbour, nor with the great wool exchanges, but rather with the hearts of those simple outback people who, having no veneer of civilization, understanding but crudely the values applicable to human lives, are eligible to feel (as part of their natural selves) the emotions that come with the sight of a crystal dawn and trees splitting with light; the acrid smell of the forest fire, presently bursting redly voracious into the young crops; men gaily believing, believing in yellow metal, and digging, digging up tin, the long unbreaking drought, a sky stained infinite blue and ten thousand head of cattle with their bellies to the sun; tunes lisped by mountain trees to glittering voiceless birds, the elation of spring and the pores of the earth all bleeding; the moon sifting through giant gums, down into the brooding silence of the night-bush ; the last bale's stamped departure and the spirit of the dance unleashed.

Contributors

Conductors: Mr. John Gough
Conductors: Sir Dan Godfrey
Unknown: John Gough
Unknown: Dr. Vaughan Williams.

: The Children's Hour:

(From Birmingham)
'April Magic,' a Nature Sketch by Dorothy Cooper
Songs by MARJORIE PALMER (Soprano)
Musical Selections bv THE MIDLAND PIANO
FORTE SEXTET

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothy Cooper
Songs By: Marjorie Palmer

: JACK PAYNE and the B.B.C. DANCE Orchestra

E. A. RAMSDEN
(Character Sketches)
ETHEL and BURGESS SOAR (Light Ballads, Duets and Solos)

: ORGAN RECITAL

by EDWARD O'HENRY
From
Madame Tussaud 's Cinema

Contributors

Unknown: Madame Tussaud

: 'Ultimatum'

A Radio Play
Adapted from the Novel by VICTOR MACCLURE , by CECIL LEWIS

Contributors

Novel By: Victor MacClure
Unknown: Cecil Lewis

: The Wireless Singers

Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
ELSIE HALL (Pianoforte Solos) To his Flocks
Corydon, arise! Diaphenia
Sweet love for me
Damon's Passion Phoebe

Contributors

Conducted By: Stanford Robinson








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