From page 15 of ' When Two or Three'
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At 11.0 London National (261.1 m.) will radiate Television. Programme on page 672.
Elman (violin): Reve d'enfant ( Ysaye);
Légende, Op. 17 (Wieniavski).
Walter Rehberg (pianoforte) : Polonaise ; lantaisie, Op. 61 (Chopin). Elman (violin); Ziceunerweisen (Gypsy Melodies) (Sarasate)
by FRED DUNNILL
Relayed from The Cathedral,
Relayed from The Granada,
(By kind permission of Lieuf.-Colonel
R. V. G. Horn, D.S.O., M.C.)
Conducted by Mr. H. W. V. ROBERTS
The Harbour Bandstand, Morecambe
DROITWICH From 10.15 to 11.55 and from 10.25 p,m. app. to 12.0 midnight the National programme will be radiated by the new Droitwich transmitter instead of from Daventry 5XX, on the same wavelength (1,500 metres)
(Soloist, Pipe-Major A J. SWINNEY> )
Mr. H. W. V.
Pipe-Major A J.
Instrumental and Vocal
Lionel Tertis (viola with pianoforte):
Sonata in F (Handel)
Maria Olszewska (contralto): Widmung (Dedication) (Schumann); Sapphische Ode (Sapphic Ode) (Brahms); Die Mainacht (The May Night) (Brahms) ; Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt (None but the weary heart) (Tchaikovsky)
Lionel Tertis (viola with pianoforte) :
Sonata in A (Mozart)
I Directed by John Bridge
(Leader, A. Rossi )
Under the direction of Emilio Colombo
The Hotel Metropole, London
The Children's Hour
All Mary No. 13-' Mary in London' by GWYNEDD RAE, told by MAC
Selected Gramophone Records
' Potted London', No. 2-'The Lost Property Office', by WILL OWEN
Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers
Special notices connected with Government and other public services
At The Organ of The Regal,
Directed by JOHN BRIDGE
Modern association with this two-centuries-old ballad opera is centred in the production and revivals at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, under the famous and splendid direction of the late Sir Nigel Playfair. On its first production in 1920, as revised by Playfair and Frederic Austin , who edited and reconstructed the music, it ran for 1463 performances, and since then it has been revived at least half-a-dozen times.
Many singers of note have appeared in it, some, indeed, having made their reputation in one rôle or another-not only in the last ten years, but in any revival over the last two hundred.
A Recital of songs by Valerie May
Sung by PAUL MORTIMER (baritone)
(The Composer at the piano)
Devil may care
Song of the highway Voice in my heart
Give me the rolling sea
Relayed from The Queen's Hall,
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell and Co., LlJ.)
THE B.B.C. SYMPHONY
(Principal violin, CHARLES WOODHOUSE)
Conducted by Sir HENRY WOOD
The overture to Coriolan, which opens tonight's Beethoven programme has not, as one would at first imagine, anything to do with Shakespeare's play. The author of the drama for which Beethoven wrote the overture was Heinrich Collin ,"a contemporary dramatist. It is called an overture, but in point of fact, it is far more of a symphonic poem, held to be the first of ics kind. There is no doubt that it was the forerunner of the famous set of symphonic poems written by Liszt.
Beethoven has drawn upon Plutarch's portrait of Coriolanus, and there was much in the character of this Roman to appeal to a man like Beethoven, whose forthright, independent, strong-willed nature was somewhat similar. In the music Beethoven has aimed at two things, to render musically the character of his hero, and to picture the incident of the famous meeting between Coriolanus, his mother, and his wife.
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Second General News Bulletin
FREDERICK H. GRISEWOOD
by Anne Boleyn to Henry VIII
Read by NESTA SAWYER
HARRY Roy and his BAND
Relayed from The May Fair Hotel
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