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: A Symphony Concert

Belayed from the National Museum of Wales
NATIONAL ORCHESTRA OF WALES
(Cerddorfa Genedlaethol Cymru)

: Broadcast to Schools

Mr. H. E. PIGGOTT ? 'Instruments of the Orchestra by their Players—X, Drums, Cymbals, and Other Percussion Instruments '

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. H. E. Piggott

: The Beethoven Trios

THE Station; TRIO :
FRANK THOMAS (Violin), RONALD HARDING (Violoncello), HUBERT PENGELLY (Pianoforte) Trio in C Minor, Op. 1, No. 3
First a.nd Second Movements
THE last of the three Trios which make up
Beethoven's Opus I is conspicuously bigger both in conception and in actual dimension than the other two, and at the very beginning of the first movement there is sounded a note of deeper seriousness than anything in them. It has, however, its moments of real brightness, and even of good spirits, too.

Contributors

Violin: Ronald Harding
Pianoforte: Hubert Pengelly

: 'A Tale of Two Cities'

By CHARLES DICKENS
Scenes from the novel arranged for broadcasting by GILBERT HERON
Scene 1—The Revolutionary Tribunal, Paris, 1743
The Trial of Evremonde
President of the Tribunal
Public Prosecutor (Fouquier Tinville)
Ernest Defarge , of the Faubourg St. Antoine Therese Defarge , his wife
The Vengeance, a revolutionary virago
Dr. Manette, one-time prisoner in the Bastille Lucy Manette , his daughter
Charles Evremonde , called Damay
Sydney Carton, a ne'er-do-well Barrister
The Jury : 'All determined Patriots and Good Citizens :-As a jury of Dogs empaneled to try the Deer '
The Court is filled with a large crowd of excited Revolutionaries
Scene II—A cell in the prison of the Couciergerie
The Freeing of Evremonde
Charles Evremonde Sydney Carton
Barsad, the Spy Jailer
Scene III—A vaulted chamber in the Conciergerie. On the way to the Guillotine. Sydney Carton fulfils his promise to
Lucy Sydney Carton
Mimi, a seamstress condemned to death
Narrator, GILBERT HERON
Apart from the wonderful picture of Georgian
London and Revolutionary Paris, this story shows primarily the love ot two men for one woman: the one, Sydney Carton, a dissolute and careless ne'er-do-well, the other a French aristocrat, Evremonde, known as Charles Damay

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Dickens
Unknown: Ernest Defarge
Unknown: Therese Defarge
Unknown: Bastille Lucy Manette
Unknown: Charles Evremonde
Unknown: Lucy Sydney Carton
Narrator: Gilbert Heron
Unknown: Charles Damay








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