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: The Station Orchestra

Conducted by Warwick Braithwaite

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Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Conductor: Warwick Braithwaite

: Tea-Time Music

from the Carlton Restaurant.

: Gabriel Grub

Mr. Lyndon Harries

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Reader: Lyndon Harries

: Tea-Time Music

from the Carlton Restaurant (Continued)

: The Children's Hour

The Station Orchestra, The Three Wise Men

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Musicians: The Station Orchestra

: A Dickens Recital

by Richard Barron.

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Reader: Richard Barron

: Orchestra

'Cello Solo, "Cradle Song"...Schubert
(Soloist, Frank Whitnall)

In 1908 Debussy wrote six of the most delicious little musical trifles that exist. The whole collection of these six he called Children's Corner, and each of them has an English title. They were written for the Piano, and have since been orchestrated.
M. Cortot, the famous French pianist, suggests that the choice of English names was intended as a gentle, good-humoured, ironic hint at the 'traditional English Miss'. He is probably right, but, at any rate, at the beginning of the book we find two little fat elephants, and between them the inscription: 'To my dear little Chouchou, with her Father's tender excuses for that which follows'.
The third of these six little pieces is called The Snow is Dancing, and very beautifully it suggests one of children's favourite fancies-the antics of the snowflakes as they fall delicately.

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Cellist: Frank Whitnall

: A Dickens Recital

by Richard Barron (Continued).

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Reader: Richard Barron

: S.B. from London

(10.10 Local News)

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