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: A LIGHT ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

TOM KINNIBURGH (Bass)
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOHN ANSELL
WEBER'S Clarinet Concertino is not ono of his most important works, but a very pleasing examplo none the less of his melodious and always effective style of writing. Just as Brahms wrote some fine clarinet works for the great clarinettist Muhlfeld, so this concertino of Weber and two other works which he wrote for clarinet and orchestra were inspired by an earlier great executant, Heinrich Biirmann , who was reckoned the finest clarinet player of his time.
As its name implies, the Concertino is not a full-blown example of the form, but a work of smaller scope in one movement, though with clearly defined sections corresponding to the throe movements of a full-longth concerto. Thus it opens with a slow introduction, which is followed by an air with variations, while a short section of a dance-like character with plenty of display passages for the solo instrument brings ,t to n conclusion.
8.45 The WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE:
Appeal on behalf of the Musicians' Benevolent
Fund, by Miss VIOLET LORAINE
THIS Fund was founded in 1921, on the tragic death of Gervase Elwes , as a memorial to him. It is the only Fund in this country entirely supported by voluntary contributions that helps every class of musician irrespective of whether they are members of any Society, and that distributes its entire funds in Samaritan work for relief ot the distress in the musical profession. It helps musicians to tide over periods of difficulty, assists the sick, aged, and infirm, and provides pensions for those unable to carry on their profession owing to illness or old age. But for the assistance which this Fund is able to give, these musicians would have no alternative but the infirmary or workhouse. The Fund is making a special appeal in order to found a Convalescent Home.
Contributions should be sent to [address removed]

: Children's Service

In the Studio
Conducted by The Rev. J. SHEPHERD , M.A. of Islington Chapel, N.I.
A Congregation of Children from Islington Chapel will take part in the Service

: READING

Dramatic Scenes from the Old
Testament
NAAMAN THE LEPER

: Church Cantata (No. 190), 36acb

'SINGET DEM HERRN EIN NEUES
LIED ')
(' Sing to the Lord a Glad New
Song')
DoRis OWENS (Contralto)
John ADAMS (Tenor)
Belayed from the Guildhall School of Music
(For words of Cantata see below.)

: (Daventry only) Religious Service in Welsh

Relayed from the Tabernacle Welsh Baptist Church,
Cardiff
S.B. from Cardiff
Organydd: E. J. Richards
Pregethwr. Y Parch : J. WILLlAMS HUGHES, B.A., B.D. Cweddl'r Arglwydd Emyn 746. T6n. Henryd Darllen yr Yagrythur Kmyn 5S5. Ton. Llangynnog Gweddi
Emyn 131. Ton. Deemster l'regeth
Emyn 205. Ton. Rhyd y Groes Y Fendith
Y» emynau i'w cael yn ' Llawlyfr
Moliant' y Bedyddwyr

: a Studio Service

Arranged and Conducted by the Rev. Father C. C. Martindale, S.J. mONlGHT'S preacher is known as one of the most prominent Jesuit theologians and writers, and also as a broadcast preacher whose voice ' comes over' particularly well. Ho has just returned from a tour of Australia and New
Zealand, in the course of which he attended the big Eucharistic Congress at Sydney.
(For 8.45 to 10.30 Programmes see opposite page.)

: A Concert

KATE WINTER (Soprano)
THE GERSHOM PARKINGTONQUINTET
9.28 A RECITAL BY THE FAMOUS Composer-
PIANIST
Dohnanyi
10.0 QUINTET
Two Strauss Songs
Standchen (Serenade); Weigenlied (Cradle Song

On Wings of Song - Mendelssohn
Pierette - Chuminade
Nocturne in Mists - Edwin Gray
9.10 KATE WINTER Brittany - Ernest Farrar
A Fairy Town - Ernest Farrar
The Maiden - Parry
9.18 QUINTET To the Forest - Tchaikovsky
To Juan's Serenade - Tchaikovsky
Don Juan's Serenade - Tchaikovsky
Obstination - Fontenailles
10.10 KATE WINTER The Early Morning - Graham Peel
Faery Song - Doughton
Praise ye the Lord - Bantock
10.18 QUINTET Colonial Song - Grainger
Molly on the Shore - Grainger
Swect and Low - Barnby

: Epilogue

THE GOOD SAMARITAN '








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