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: AFTERNOON Topics

Miss KATE BALDWIN,
' A Few Household Facts '

: ORCHESTRA

relayed from the GRAND HOTEL

: Programme

S.B. from London

: Programme

S.B. from London

: LECTURE RECITAL

Relayed to Daventry until 7.55
WILLIAM BAINES (1899-1922) interpreted by FREDERICK DAWSON
Dreaming (from Four Sketches) Seven Preludes (Selected) :
Amen Prelude ; The Whirlwind; Poppies Gleaming in the Moonlight; In the Olden Style ; Appassionata Silverpoints :
Labyrinth (A Sea Deep Cave); Water Pearls; Floralia
' Nymph-like Children danced and threw flowers o'er the festive shrine of fair Flora.
Zephyrus joyfully sang through the trees with the scent of all the woodland May-flowers in his breath.'-W.B.
Study, ' Exaltation ' Angelus
Good Night to Flamboro'
' Cry, Sea ! it is thy hour ; thou art alone'

Contributors

Unknown: William Baines
Unknown: Frederick Dawson

: Programme

S.B. from London

: CELLO SOLOS AND SONG CYCLES

GEORGE JEFFERSON at the Piano
DOROTHY BINGHAM ('Cello) THIS Sammartini is presumably Giovanni of that name (also spelt San Martini), one of two brothers whoso Chamber Music was very popular here in the eighteenth century. Dr.
Burney, our musical historian, says that he wrote an incredible number of spirited and agreeable compositions ' for Strings, and was at one time Choirmaster to ' more than half of the churches in Milan, for which he furnished Masses upon all great festivals.'
Some of Sammartini's String music has been re-edited by the French 'cellist of our day, Joseph Salmon.
The Sonatas are almost always in the form characteristic of such works at that time-four (sometimes three) contrasted Movements, alternately slow and quick.

Contributors

Unknown: George Jefferson
Cello: Dorothy Bingham

: IDA BLOOR (Soprano)

ENA ROBERTS
(Contralto) ; PERCY ALLOTT (Tenor) ; ERNEST PLATTS (Baritone)

Contributors

Contralto: Percy Allott
Tenor: Ernest Platts

: IDA BLOOR

ENA ROBERTS, PERCY ALLOTT,
ERNEST PLATTS

Contributors

Unknown: Ernest Platts

: Programme

S.B. from London (10.10 Local News)








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