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: An Orchestral Programme

Relayed from the National Museum of Wales
NATIONAL ORCHESTRA OF WALES (Cerddorfa Genedlaethol Cymru)
ROSSINI, happily remembered as the most modost and good-humoured musician who ever lived, holds his place on the operatic stage of today solely by The Barber of Seville, in spite of its age, one of the best Comic Operas which the world possesses. His serious work, William Tell , is no less worthy of affectionate regard, but except for the Overture, it has apparently disappeared from the present-day theatre. The Overture is, however, evergreen, and' bids fair to remain so. It begins, as listeners will remember, with a fine tuneful section for the 'cellos in four parts, popular with 'cello players and with listeners alike. The section which follows describes a great storm among the hills ; calm succeeds, and a quiet pastoral scene, and there is a stirring march, these combining to make the Overture picturesque and graphic in a way that the Overtures for the older Italian operas did not by any means always achieve.

Contributors

Unknown: William Tell

: JOHN STEAN'S CARLTON CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA

Relayed from the Carlton Restaurant

: A Concert

ORGANIZED BY
THE COUNTESS OF PLYMOUTH
On Behalf of The Lord Mayor of London's Mining Area
Relief Fund
Relayed from The Assembly Room, City Hall,
Cardiff
NATIONAL ORCHESTRA OF WALES (Ccrddorfa Genedlaethol Cymru)
Leader : ALBERT VOORSANGER
Conducted by WARWICK BRAITHWAITE

Contributors

Leader: Albert Voorsanger
Conducted By: Warwick Braithwaite

: The Station Trio :

FRANK THOMAS (Violin); RONALD HARDING
(Violoncello) : HUBERT PENGELLY (Pianoforte)
'L the Park'
A Play in One Act by GILBERT CANNAN

Contributors

Pianoforte: Hubert Pengelly
Unknown: Gilbert Cannan
Misterobbs: Gilbert Heron
Missisobbs: Margaret Davies
A Policeman: G Lynch-Clarke








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