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: Children's Concert

arranged by Mrs. L.
Webb

: AFTERNOON Topics

MARGARET AULTON,
'Charms and Amulets.' Lilian Clutterbuck (Contralto).

Contributors

Contralto: Lilian Clutterbuck

: THE CHILDREN'S Hour

Auntie Phyl tells another ' Snooky ' Adventure.

: Lozells Picture House Orchestra

Conducted by Paul Rimmer

Contributors

Conductor: Paul Rimmer

: POPULAR PROGRAMME

THE STATION ORCHESTRA: Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
FRANK FoxoN (Baritone)
In Selections from his Repctoire HOWARD ROGERS (Comedian)
In a Humorous Entertainment
FRANK FOXON
In further Selections
HOWARD ROGERS In More Humour

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis

: WEATHER FORECAST

NEWS; Local News

: A VIOLIN RECITAL

By SOLLOWAY fTlHERE is a good deal of the Oriental in every
Russian, even in those of Western Russia. Rimsky-Korsakof, for instance, not only wrote a great deal of vivid, highly-coloured orchestral music ; he also gave a strong Eastern flavour to his operas-witness the famous Hindu Song from his Opera, Sadko. Not quite so familiar, perhaps, is his Arab Song, which Kreisler has edited as a Violin solo.
THE French composer, Lalo, wrote his
Spanish Symphony for the famous Spanish Vioinist, Sarasate, whom some listeners will recolllect hearing, for he used to be a great favourite here twenty years ago.
The ' Symphony ' (which is really a Suite of pieces, not a Symphony in the usual meaning of the term) is Spanish music through a French-man's eyes-gay, debonair, polished and piquant. The Slow Movement (at a steady pace) is practically a song-without-words for the Solo Violin.

: Dance Music

The Savoy Bands
S.B. from London








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