An Orchestral Concert
The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Leo Blech : Ballet Music, Les Petits Riens (Gavotte, Pantomime, Gavotte) (Mozart). Adele Kern (Soprano), with Orchestral Accompaniment, conducted by Hermann Weigert : The Kiss (11 Dacio), Parla Waltz (Arditi). The San Fransisco Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Alfred Hertz: Ballet Music, Le Gid (fa-tillane, Andalouse, Aragonaise, Aubade, Catalane, Madrilene, Navarraise) (Massenet). Heinrich Schlusnus (Baritone) : Serenade and Welcome (Schubert), Rhine Legend (Mahler). The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Frederick Stock : Suite, Op. 19: I. Andante con variazioni : 2. Scherzo ; 3. Romanza; 4. Rondo (Dohnanyi)
A New Radio Revue
Mabel and Michael in another Revue in their well-known and popular style. Mabel and Michael feave their native suburb with theatre tickets supplied free by a benevolent newspaper. They have an adventurous journey in which burglars, bandits, the Buggins family and the police cross their path with results that are very confusing and very funny.
(To be broadcast, again in the London
Regional programme tomorrow night)
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