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: THE DAVENTRY QUARTET

and PHYLLIS SJOSTROM (Soprano), MAUD AGNES WINTER Pianoforte). THE QUINTONS (Banjo Duets),
DONALD MILNE (Siffleur, Imitations, Impersonations)

Contributors

Soprano: Phyllis Sjostrom
Soprano: Maud Agnes Winter
Unknown: Donald Milne

: VARIETY

GEOFFREY GWYTHER (Syncopated Numbers);
CLAPHAM and DWYER (Entertainers) ; Dottis PALMER (Character Comedienne)

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Gwyther
Unknown: Dottis Palmer

: THE BBC INTERNATIONAL SERIES OF CHAMBER CONCERTS

FOURTH CONCERT
FRANCE
LEON BLEUZET (Oboe)
YVONNE EREIZENEM-BLEUZET (Pianoforte) DORA STEVENS (Soprano)
At the Piano-HAROLD CRAXTON SEVERAL works of Honegger have been heard
here recently, notably Pacific 231, the piece in which he endeavours to convey an idea of the power and movement of a railway engine.
He was one of the band of ' The Six ' who, a few years ago, struck out on several distinctly differing lines, in an attempt to seek clarity, directness and simplicity of utterance in modern idioms of music. Honegger soon ceased to belong to the band-probably because he was hot revolutionary enough for the others
(First performance in England)
As a youth Paul Ladmirault (born 1877) was a bit of a prodigy, for he wrote a three-act Opera when he was fifteen, and was lucky enough to have it .produced in his native city, Nantes. He loves the open air and much of his best music is poetical, reflective and restful.

DORA STEVENS Four Unpublished Songs Pantomime ; Clair de Lune; Pierrot; Apparition (First performance in England) - Debussy
LEON BLEUZET Oboe Solos (First perjormance in England) At the Piano-YVONNE EREIZENEM-BLEUZET) - Taulet
DORA STEVENS Memories of Childhood . - Arthur Honegger,
L'Adieu ; Les Cloches) - Arthur Honegger
YVONNE EREIZENEM-BLEUZET Pianoforte Solos - Ladmirault

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Ladmirault

: DANCE MUSIC.

S.B. from London








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