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: Symphony Concert

(No. VIII of the 35th Winter Series)
Relayed from THE PAVILION, BOURNEMOUTH
THE BOURNEMOUTH MUNICIPAL SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
Conducted by Sir DAN GODFREY
The Uninhabited Island is the Overture to a little
Opera written by Haydn in honour of the name day of his patron, Prince Esterhazy. It begins with the traditional slow introduction, and the main section is in a lively measure. It is interrupted by a quieter movement, taken from one of the scenes in the opera which represent the Desert Island of the title.

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir Dan Godfrey

: ORGAN MUSIC

Played by REGINALD NEW
Relayed from THE BEAUFORT CINEMA, WASHWOOD HEATH,
BIRMINGHAM

Contributors

Played By: Reginald New

: The Children's Hour

(From Birmingham)
' The Merry-go-Round '—a Play by Gaydon Oliver
FREDERICK CHESTER in West Country Songs and Stories
HARLEY and BARKER will Entertain

Contributors

Play By: Gaydon Oliver
Play By: Frederick Chester

: ' The First News '

; WEATHER FORE
CAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS Bulletin

: ORGAN RECITAL

by Dr. HAROLD RHODES
Relayed from COVENTRY CATHEDRAL

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. Harold Rhodes

: Vaudeville

(From Birmingham)
BARLEY and BARKER in Light Songs and Harmony
Olive HIBBERT (Mimic)
BILLY THORBURN (Syncopated Pianisms)
TOMMY HANDLEY (The Wireless Comedian)
ARTHUR ACKERMAN and JENNY WYNNE in Old-
Time Songs
FREDERICK CHESTER in West Country Songs and Stories
PHILIP Brown 's DOMINOES BAND

Contributors

Unknown: Billy Thorburn
Unknown: Tommy Handley
Unknown: Arthur Ackerman
Unknown: Jenny Wynne
Unknown: Frederick Chester
Unknown: Philip Brown

: Speeches following The Annual Dinner of The National Institute of Industrial Psychology

Relayed from The Hotel Victoria
H.R.H. THE DUKE OF YORK and the Prime Minister, The Right Hon. J. RAMSAY MAC DONALD, will propose the Health of the Institute The Right Hon. Viscount D'ABERNON, G.C.B.. and Mr. H. J. WELCH will respond
Sir JOSIAH STAMP , G.B.E., will propose the Health of the Guests

Contributors

Unknown: J. Ramsay Mac
Unknown: Mr. H. J. Welch
Unknown: Josiah Stamp

: ' The Second News'

WEATHER Fore
CAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN

: A CONCERT

NORAH DAHL
(Soprano)
THE GERSHOM PAR-
KINGTON QUINTET
ROBERT ERNEST BRYSON , although actively engaged in another career, has yet found time to win for himself a distinguished place among present-day composers, and there is nothing in his music to suggest the amateur. The fact, however, that he is not dependent on it for a livelihood may account for the comparative neglect with which a good deal of it has been treated. Modern in outlook and tendencies, his music is for the most part deeply earnest, and shows fine workmanship and finish. He inclines to the classical forms, though he uses them with a distinct personal freedom.
The best-known of his bigger works is as yet the opera The Leper's Flute, which the B.N.O.C. included in their repertoire ; but at least two of his symphonies, as well as a good many other smaller works, have-been performed, and one symphony gamed a Carnegie award.

Contributors

Soprano: Norah Dahl
Unknown: Robert Ernest Bryson








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