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: BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS

: Lecture 5,
Mr. H. W. BALLANCE , ' Insect Life-Bees '

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. H. W. Ballance

: The WIRELESS EXHIBITION ORCHESTRA

relayed from the Drill Hall, Thorpe Street Barracks

: AFTERNOON TOPICS

JESSIE BAYLISS
ELLIOTT, D.Sc. (of the Birmingham Natural History and Philosophical Society), Travel Talk. ' The Hague.' GLADYS STRATHAM (Mezzo-Soprano).

: HAROLD TURLEY'S OCHESTRA

relayed from
Prince's Cafe

: WIRELESS EXHIBITION ORCHESTRA

relayed from the Drill Hall. Thorpe Street

: Mr. F. W. KUPHAL.

'Town Planning-(4)
Better Houses '

: Musical Favourites

The Station Orchestra: Conductor, Joseph Lewis

This Overture was actually written for a 'melodrama' called The Magic Harp, not for the play of Rosamunde.
It starts with an Introduction in a bold style, after which comes the First Main Tune, in the Violins, very softly. Its springing theme is full of fresh-air gaiety. The Theme is a little enlarged upon, and the Second Main Tune comes as the most perfect contrast. It is given out by Clarinet, and Bassoon, an octave apart, while the Bass Strings sustain a low note, which is called a 'pedal.'

Favorite Operatic Arias
Luigini was a French composer who at one time conducted the Opera Comique. He wrote some operas himself but is remembered only for his Ballet Music.
He seems to have a special interest in national characteristics as displayed in dance music, for he wrote a Russian Ballet and a Turkish Carnival, besides this Egyptian Ballet, which is the most popular of his works. (Doris Vane)

Favorite Soprano Ballads

Contributors

Conductor: Joseph Lewis








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