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: The Castle Cinema Orchestra

Relayed from the Castle Cinema.
(to 16.00)


Musicians: The Castle Cinema Orchestra Musical Director: Jack Arnold

: Children's Corner

(to 18.00)

: Mr. J. Kyrle Fletcher

S.B. from Cardiff.

8.0 6th Aberystwyth Festival of Music
S.B. to Cardiff.

Under the Direction of Sir Walford Davies, Mus.Doc, Director, National Council of Music, University of Wales.
First Festival Concert.
Relayed from the University Hall, Aberystwyth, at 8.0 p.m.

A Mozart Overture.
Vaughan Williams's Mass in G Minor.
Hubert Parry's Two Songs of Farewell.
Bach's Piano Concerto in E Major.
Coleridge-Taylor's "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast".

The Welsh Symphony Orchestra
with W.H. Reed (of the London Symphony Orchestra) as Guest-Leader.
Harold Samuel (Pianoforte).
Conductors: Dr. Vaughan Williams and Sir Hugh Allen


Speaker: J. Kyrle Fletcher
Direction (6th Aberystwyth Festival of Music): Sir Walford Davies
Musicians (6th Aberystwyth Festival of Music): The Welsh Symphony Orchestra
Guest-leader (6th Aberystwyth Festival of Music): W.H. Reed
Pianist (6th Aberystwyth Festival of Music): Harold Samuel
Conductor (6th Aberystwyth Festival of Music): Dr. Vaughan Williams
Conductor (6th Aberystwyth Festival of Music): Sir Hugh Allen

: Weather Forecast and News

S.B. from London.

The Man and the Moment
S.B. from London.

Local News

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