on gramophone records
Overture : Oberon (Weber) : London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham
Heart Wound, Last Spring (Elegiac,
Melodies Grieg) : London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Goossens
Nursery Suite : Aubade ; The Serious
Doll : Busy-ness ; The Sad Doll ; The Wagon Passes ; The Merry Doll ; Dreaming ; Envoi (coda) (Elgar) : London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Edward Elgar
Polka and Fugue (Schwanda the Bagpiper
Weinberger) : London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty
ENSA presents ' Collingwood Calling ' : concert from a Naval Shore Establishment somewhere in England, with the Blue Watch Wrens Chorus, the Blue Mariners Dance Band, the Royal Marines Theatre Orchestra, Ronnie Hill, and the recorded voice of Evelyn Laye. Produced by Lieut. J. Penrose, R.N.V.R. , and Stephen Williams
The fighting spirit of the United Nations. Dramatic presentation of . the free- peoples of the world at war.
' Lucky Dip ' : an air battle off the Dutch coast accompanies the air-sea rescue of two British airmen engaged, with highly successful results, on a secret operation. Written by B. L. Jacot. Produced by Brigid Maas
Twentieth of a series which is the . British cousin of a popular weekly feature in America. Artists include Elinore Farrell (of Forsythe, Seamon, and Farrell), Gene Crowley , Phil Green and his Basin Street Band, and his Rhythm on Reeds Orchestra. Produced and introduced by Jimmy Dyrenforth.
Gramophone parade of entertainment, past and present. Among those taking part are Nat D. Ayer and' Noel Gay. Written by Harry Alan Towers. Introduced by Lionel
'Gamlin,.. and produced by Charles Maxwell
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