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: THE DAILY SERVICE

From ' When Two or Three,' page 54.

: An Organ Recital

By 0. H. PEASGOOD
From The Concert Hall, Broadcasting House

Contributors

Unknown: H. Peasgood

: THE PARAMOUNT ASTORIA ORCHESTRA

Conducted by ANTON
Relayed from the Brixton Astoria

: THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Leader, Frank Thomas
(From Cardiff)

Contributors

Leader: Frank Thomas

: A Recital of Gramophone Records

Conductors of the World-X
Introduced by Mr. Victor Hely-Hutchinson
WILLEM MENGELBERG
The Concertgebouw Orchestra. Conductor, Willem Mengel berg : Sinfonia (Bach) ; The Ruins of Athens (Turkish March) (Beethoven) ; Les Preludes (Symphonic Poem) (Liszt) ; Waltz, Serenade for String Orchestra (Tchaikovsky) ; Hungarian March (The Damnation of Faust) (Berlioz).
Willem Mengelberg was born in Utrecht in 1871, and has been conductor of the famous Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam since 1895--a period of distinguished public service in one centre almost identical in duration with that of our own Sir Henry Wood at Queen's Hall. Mengelberg is known to us as a very welcome guest conductor-and to other European and American cities too, for he has toured the world extensively. He is undoubtedly one of the outstanding conductors of modern time-some go so far as to say the greatest.

Contributors

Introduced By: Mr. Victor Hely-Hutchinson
Introduced By: Willem Mengelberg
Conductor: Willem Mengel
Unknown: Willem Mengelberg
Unknown: Sir Henry Wood

: THE SCOTTISH STUDIO ORCHESTRA

ANDREW TEMPLETON (Violoncello)
(Scottish Regional Programme)

: THE HOTEL METROPOLE ORCHESTRA

(Leader, A. Rossi )
Under the direction of Emilio Colombo
Relayed from The Hotel Metropole, London

Contributors

Leader: A. Rossi

: 'The Children's Hour'

Songs by VIVIEN LAMBERT
' The Contest ' by KATIE CUSHWORTH
' Heralds and Heraldry,' a Talk by MARJORY K. JEROME

Contributors

Songs By: Vivien Lambert
Unknown: Katie Cushworth
Talk By: Marjory K. Jerome

: ' The First News '

WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN and Bulletin for Farmers

: Weekly Bulletin of Special Notices.

General Notices connected with Government and other Public Services

: THE SCOTTISH STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Directed by Guy DAINES
ALEXANDER MACGREGOR (Baritone)
(Scottish Regional Programme)

Contributors

Directed By: Guy Daines
Baritone: Alexander MacGregor

: English Love Songs

Sung by THE WIRELESS SINGERS
Conducted by LESLIE WOODGATE Now what is love, I pray thee tell f
It is that fountain and that well,
Where pleasure and repentance dwell. It is perhaps the sauncing bell
That tolls us into heaven or hell, And this is love, as I hear tell.
These twelve Love Songs range over four centuries of English poetry, and reveal Elizabethans, lovers of Stuart England, Victorians and moderns prostrate before the blind god, in postures angry, plaintive, defiant, cynical or enraptured. The first song, Edmund Waller 's Go, Lovely Rose,' is the frank, impatient cry of the seventeenth century, elegant but insistent. Samuel Daniels 's ' Love is a Sickness ' is a modish Elizabethan plaint. Then comes Sir Walter Raleigh 's plea for the tongue-tied lover : ' Silence in love bewrays more woe, Than words, though ne'er so witty.' Sir Courtenay Mansel 's ' In Caelia's Face My Heaven Is' is a sentiment of the golden age, but a tell-tale accent marks the pretty conceit as modem in origin. William Morris 's ' A Love Song ' is heavy with emotion recolleeted in tranquillity : no true lover ever sang in such immaculate metre, and one detects the veritable pre-Raphaelite fall in ' dear rain of thy weeping.' ' She is Not Fair to Outward View ' is a jolly little mock-lament by Hartley Coleridge , in which the poet ' ceases not to behold the love-light in her eye.' M. E. Colderidge 's ' Plighted ' reveals another sturdy Romantic wooer, very, very sure of himself: ‘... I shall come back to you by-and-by, And you will come to me.' ' A Dilemma,' from John Wilbey 's ' First Set of Madrigals ' (1598), is another problem piece, laden with euphuisms, but, by some magic, alive beneath its conceits. In ' When I was One and Twenty,' the Lucretian sadness of A. E. Housman cuts like a sword through the roses and raptures, and contrasts amusingly with ' You Stole My Love, fy upon you, fy,' in which Antony Munday , one of the earliest English lyric poets, complains of an ancient wrong, vehemently. In ' Fain would I change that note,' from Captain Tobias Hume 's 'The First Part of Airs, etc.,' (1605), the singer is tired of an age-long cant, ' 0 Love, they wrong thee much, that say thy sweet is bitter ' : matter here for a modern moralist. But the plaintive touch recurs in ' Love's Tempest.' One takes refuge in the Russian origin of the words— they are by Maikov-and agrees with Hume, or his contributor, that the melancholy note is sounded too often always to be sincere.
Hear, ye ladies that despise,
What the mighty love has done : Fear examples and be wise /
(Continued overleaf.)

Contributors

Conducted By: Leslie Woodgate
Song: Edmund Waller
Unknown: Samuel Daniels
Unknown: Sir Walter Raleigh
Unknown: Sir Courtenay Mansel
Unknown: William Morris
Unknown: Hartley Coleridge
Unknown: M. E. Colderidge
Unknown: John Wilbey
Unknown: A. E. Housman
Unknown: Antony Munday
Unknown: Captain Tobias Hume

: PROMENADE CONCERT

Relayed from The Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs Chappell and Co., Ltd.)
(Tickets can be obtained from [address removed], and usual Agents. Prices (including Entertainments Tax), 7s. 6d., 6a., 5s. (Reserved), 3s. (Unreserved) ; Promenade (Payment at doors only), 2s.)

Contributors

Unknown: Messrs Chappell

: The Second News '

WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL
NEWS BULLETIN

: An Organ Recital by C.H.TREVOR

From The Concert Hall, Broadcasting
House
Though Max Reger 's enormous output ranged over music of a great many different orders, the organ was his first love, and remained an absorbing interest for him all his life. As a boy he was lucky in finding opportunities for organ practice and playing, and seized them so successfully that at quite an early age he was entrusted with the responsibility for many important services. His father, a schoolmaster, was keenly interested in music, and did everything possible to help the boy. Organists were among the first to recognise the value of Roger's music, and from all over the world they have been quick to welcome the fine things he added to the organ repertory. All profoundly sincere, his pieces for the instrument range over many moods, from the most devoutly solemn to music specifically for recital purposes.
Gustav Merkel , famous nineteenth century organist, functioned for the most of his career in Dresden. He wrote a great number of pieces for his instrument, of which the nine sonatas are the most representative of his works and the most important.

Contributors

Unknown: Max Reger
Unknown: Gustav Merkel

: DANCE MUSIC

THE GROSVENOR HOUSE DANCE BAND, conducted by SYDNEY LIPTON , relayed from Grosvenor House, Park Lane
(Shipping Forecast at 11.0)

Contributors

Conducted By: Sydney Lipton
Unknown: Park Lane








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