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: A Symphony Concert

Relayed from the New Pavilion, Bournemouth
No. XXVIII of the Thirty-fourth Winter Series
The Bournemouth Municipal Augmented Orchestra
Conductors:
Mr. FREDERICK KING-HALL
Mr. STANLEY WILSON
Sir DAN GODFREY MORAVA (Violin)
(First Performance)
Conducted by The Composer
Mr. King-Hall has furnished a brief note on his work: This Overture was composed as a tribute to the immortal genius of Schubert, and that it might be undyingly associated with his name, the first four bars of his "Unfinished" Symphony were taken and reconstructed to form part of the first subject of the Overture, the time, tempo, and mode being altered. A short bridge passage, a plaintive but insistent call from the past, voiced by the clarinet, introduces the second subject, given out on the French Horn - a love song, sung in the shades of peace - of which much is made in the development section. After the recapitulation, the Overture is brought to a close by a short but brilliant coda embodying the reconstructed bars, thus ending with the same motif as it began.'
(First Performance at these Concerts)
Conducted by The Composer
The Skye Symphony was composed in the autumn of 1927 and gained a Carnegie Award in the following year. The composer tells us that it is rhapsodical in character, but has yet classic principles. There is one principal motive which pervades the whole work; heard in different ways and moods, its phrases have a special significance. It is the impression of the Island in general that it seeks to express rather than any definite details.

Contributors

Conductors: Mr. Frederick King-Hall
Conductors: Mr. Stanley Wilson
Unknown: Sir Dan Godfrey

: The Children's Hour:

(From Birmingham)
' In the Forest,' a Play by Margaret Dangerfield Musical Selections by THE EDGAR WHEATLEY
TRIO
JACKO will Entertain

Contributors

Play By: Margaret Dangerfield
Unknown: Edgar Wheatley

: B.B.C. Orchestral Concert-IV

Relayed from the People's Palace, Mile End
Road, E.I

: Political Broadcast

Pre-Dissolution Series-Liberal Address

: 'The Bishop's Candlesticks'

By NORMAN MCKINNEL
(From Birmingham)
The Bishop The Convict
Porsome Marie
The Sergeant
The Scene is the kitchen of the cottage in which the Bishop, impoverished as a result of his generosity, lives with his Sister, Persome.
Three Love Scenes from Shakespeare
'Henry VIII '
(Act II. Scene 4)
'The Tempest'
(Act III. Scene 1)
'Antony and Cleopatra'
(Act IV. Scene 13)

Contributors

Unknown: Norman McKinnel
Unknown: Porsome Marie
Unknown: Henry Viii








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