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: (Daventry only) Gramophone Records

Symphony No. 5 in C Minor - Beethoven

: A BALLAD CONCERT

DOROTHY REID (Contralto) CLIFFORD MILLAR (Tenor)

: ORGAN RECITAL

by RUSSELL TAYLOR , F.R.C.O.
Relayed from Southwark Cathedral

: BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS:

Readings in Foreign Languages:Latin, by Prof. J. W. MACKAIL , LL.D., ' Lucretius, De Rorum Natura , III, Lines 1053-1094'

: A Studio Concert

ANNETTE BLACKWELL (Soprano)
KATHLEENCURRY (Violin)
GERTRUDEMILLER (Pianoforte)

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR :

Dragons by the Dozen!' (Philip
Carmichael)
CECIL DIXON will play two or three Piano Solos, including 'Gavotte ' (K. A.
\ Wright
' Tho Sky-Yacht '—an Adventure in the Air Written and told by JAMES HENRY
There will also .bo ' Sea-Shanties' (Terry), sung by REX PALMER and somo of THE
""Wireless Singers

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

SCHUBERT
MISCELLANEOUSPIANOFORTE PIECES
Played by HAROLD CRAXTON
Adagio and Rondo, Op. 145
Two Scherzos in B Flat and D Flat

: Ayont the Grampians

A SCOTTISH VARIETY PROGRAMME
Presented by Artists from the North-East Corner of Scotland
S.B. from Aberdeen
W. M. JOHNSTON (Tenor)
MINNIE MEARNS (Contralto)
PAUL ASKEW (Viola)
'MRS. MACFARLANE OF RAG BAG LANE'
The BUCKIE LADIES Choir
Conducted by JOHN BARRITT
THE CITY OF ABERDEEN POLICE PIPE BAND Directed by Pipe Major JOHN HENDERSON
THE ABERDEEN VAUDEVILLE PLAYERS
THE STATION OCTET

Strathspeys,' Neil Gow,'' Stumpie ' and' Port a Bhodich' -
Reels, 'Mrs. McLeod' and 'JohnCheap the Chapman - arr.Moon
7.49 W. M. JOHNSTON
Bonnie Wee Thing - George For Mary.
Morrison - Arthur Sullivan
The Loa Rig - arr. Blamphin
7.58 'MRS. MACFARLANE' Looks out of the Window
8.8 PAUL ASKEW
Cradle Song - Scott-Skinner
Lochnagar - Gibson
Strathspey - Stephen
8.14 CHOIR
Gathering Song of Donald the Black - arr. Ball
Bluebells of Scotland -
A Fife Fisher's Song - arr. H. S. Roberton
Ye Banks and Braes - arr. P. E. Fletcher
The Piper o' Dundee - arr. Godfrey
The Flowers o' the Forest - arr. H. S. Roberton
The Keel Row - air. P. B. Fletcher

: ' Broadening the Mind '

A sketch by RAEELRICK

: B.B.C. Chamber Concert

Third Season, relayed from The Arts
Theatre Club
A CHAMBER CHORUS and CHAMBER
ORCHESTRA
Under the direction of HERMANN SCHERCHEN








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