An Orchestral Concert
The Berlin Charlottenburg Opera Orchestra, conducted by Alois Melichar :
Hungarian March in C minor (Schubert, arr. Liszt)
The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, conductor, Stokowski: Danse Orientale, Op. 52, No. 6 (Glazounov)
The Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam, conducted by Mengelberg : Waltz (Serenade for String Orchestra) (Tchaikovsky)
The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Oskar Fried : Symphonic Poem, Mazeppa (Liszt)
The Foundations of English Music
Under the direction of Sir Richard RUNCIMAN TERRY
Post-Reformation Services and Anthems
Sung by THE WIRELESS SINGERS
The Great Service (Byrd) (concluded)
Sir James Jeans, F.R.S.
Tonight Sir James Jeans is to show us the nebulae in the farthest depths of space. We shall see that at present they are all running away from us at thousands and even millions of times the speed of an express train. It looks as if the universe had exploded-much as a shell explodes on a battlefield-and we are all clinging on to one of the flying fragments. With this talk Sir James brings his present series to an end.
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