Leader, Frank Thomas
Glyn Eastman (bass-baritone)
Leonard Gowings (tenor)
This is the first broadcast of the Campoli Trio-not, of course, the first broadcast of Alfred Campoli himself, who since his appearance before the microphone as a solo violinist in 1930 has been one of the most popular of broadcasters. He was for a long time associated with the Fred Hartley Quintet and the Serge Krish Septet, and only recently with his own orchestra. The gramophone records sold of these combinations run into millions. The Trio now performing is in the tradition of the one made famous by the late de Groot, and is already considered its legitimate, successor, as its popularity on the variety and cinema stage conclusively proves, to say nothing of the huge gramophone record sales. The music the trio plays is of the same' melodious and irresistibly appealing type as that rendered by the de Groot Trio. Alfredo Campoli is not, however, a violinist whom listeners should associate solely with the lighter kind of music. He studied at the Rome Conservatoire, has given recitals of classical music all over Europe, and was heard not long ago in the Brahms Violin Concerto broadcast from Bournemouth under Sir
The Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Albert Coates : Overture, Prince Igor (Borodin)
Conchita Supervia (mezzo-soprano) :
Dance No. 5 (Granados, Lorenta)
William Murdoch (pianoforte) :
Tango (Albeniz, arr. Godozvsky) ; Aragonesa (Falla)
Beniamino Gigli (tenor) with La
Scala Orchestra, conducted by Carlo Sabajno : A Canzone 'e Napule (De Curtis)
Bronislaw Huberman (violin) : Ave
Maria (Schubert, arr. Wilhelmj)
The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, conductor, Stokowski: Entr'acte, Act IV, Carmen (Bizet)
Don Cossacks Choir, conducted, by Serge Jaroff : Song of the Volga Boatmen (Koenemann)
The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Alois Melichar : Three Caucasian Sketches (Ippolitov-Ivanov)- 1. In the Village ; 2. In the Mosque ; 3. March of the Caucasian Chief
MARGARET WILKINSON (soprano)
Conducted by The Very Reverend Dr. J. H. HERTZ
(Chief Rabbi of the British Empire) and Rabbi DAYAN M. GOLLOP
(Senior Jewish Chaplain to H.M.
Music rendered by THE BAND OF
H.M. SCOTS GUARDS
(By kind permission of Col. E. W. S. Balfour , D.S.O., O.B.E., M.C., Commanding Scots Guards)
Conducted by Lieut. H, E. DOWELL ,
Director of Music, Scots Guards
The Horse Guards Parade
Prayer by the Chief Rabbi
The Memorial Prayer The Kaddish The Last Post
One Minute Silence Reveille
Hymn, Adon 01am
God Save the King
Dr. J. H.
Col. E. W. S.
Lieut. H, E.
' Joan and Betty's Bible Story '
By E. R. APPLETON , West Regional
' A Shipwreck and a Deliverance'
By A. F. POLLARD , Litt.D., F.B.A.
The Rev. H. R. L. SHEPPARD ,
Rev. H. R. L.
TRIO DE LA COUR DE
ALFRED DUBOIS (violin) ; MAURICE DAMBOIS (violoncello); EMILE Bos-QUET
MARK RAPHAEL (baritone)
A Special Appeal tc provide wireless sets for
Unemployed Ciubs by AN UNEMPLOYED MAN
How much does your wireless set mean to you ? How much more would it mean if your days were passed in enforced idleness ?
Tonight an unemployed man will come to the microphone to remind you that there are still more than 1,300 Unemployed Clubs in the country unable to afford a wireless set. He will ask your help to enable them to do so.
* by ISOBEL BAILLIE (soprano)
From the Studio
Conducted by the Rev. J. S. WHALE , President of Cheshunt College,
Order of Service
Hymn, When all Thy mercies, 0 my
God (E.H., 511)
Reading, Psalm lxxiii, 1-3, 5-9, 11-14,
Hymn, Rock of Ages (E.H., 477)
Rev. J. S.
Section I-' What is Man ? '
' Man's Need of God '
By The Rev. J. S. WHALE
Rev. J. S.
An Appeal on behalf of THE BRITISH LEGION by Admiral of the Fleet, Earl JELLICOE, G.C.B., O.M., G.C.V.O.
The British Legion was formed by the late Field-Marshal Earl Haig by the amalgamation of the principal ex-Service organisations existing at that time. Starting with 1,500 local branches in 1921, the Legion has steadily consolidated its position until today its branches number 4,075, in addition to 1,423 women's branches. The benevolent work of the Legion for necessitous ex-Service men and their families covers a wide field. It includes the relief of distress through 3,787 honorary benevolent committees; an employment organisation finding over 40,000 jobs each year ; a sanatorium, training colony, and village settlement (with population of 1,000) for tuberculous men, and a factory permanently employing 363 disabled men making the poppies for Remembrance Day. There is a housing scheme for disabled married men, a scheme for the after-care of war-orphans, while a special department deals with all matters affecting Great War pensioners. In addition, regular financial assistance is given to the Prince of Wales British Legion Pension Fund, to St. Dunstan's, and to other smaller institutions assisting ex-Service men.
The Legion's income for benevolent purposes is provided mainly by the annual Remembrance Day appeal, and a generous response to this one day appeal is vitally necessary if the continuity of the Legion's work is to be assured.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to Admiral of the Fleet, Earl Jellicoe , G.C.B., O.M., G.C.V.O., Earl Haig 's British Legion Appeal, [address removed]
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