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Tubb. Explorer',




Conducted By: Reginald S. Mouat

: RUTLAND OSBORNE (Entertainer)

Will Invent a Few Personal, Experiences .


BARBARA SLINGSBY TANNER (Pianoforte) THE last of Beethoven's ten Sonatas for Violin and Pianoforte is a lovely blend of seriousness and elevated feeling with charming ' light relief. ' It is in four Movements.
THE winsome sweetness and purity of Franck's nature shines out in almost everything he wrote. His Violin Sonata is in four Movements which have a certain amount of material in common.
The last two of these are to be heard this evening. The THIRD MOVEMENT, varying in speed from
Moderate to Very slow, is in very free style, though by no means formless. It is in the nature of a Fantasia, containing a good deal of declamation, in which the Violin is very prominent. The LAST MOVEMENT (Fairly swift) opens with a fine. sweeping Time of great length, the whole of which is given out strictly ' in Canon '-the Piano starting and the Violin following. copying the theme a bar behind, right through the Tune. This it; really the only Tune out of which the Movement is made. There are passages connecting it in thought with the other Movements. The Sonata ends with a magnificent declamation (again ' in Canon ') of the chief Tune.


Pianoforte: Barbara Slingsby Tanner

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