@ From page 63 of ' When Two or Three '
' Feeding Difficulties'
By a Doctor
At the Organ of The Regal,
Music and Movement for Very Young Children
Directed by ALFRED VAN DAM
Relayed from The Troxy Cinema
Directed by HENRY HALL
Under the direction of JOHAN HOCK
Queen's College, Birmingham
(violoncello) and FLORENCE ASTLEY
' Lumber-jacks in Washington State '
Described in two parts as follow :
By R. C. LYLE
From Messrs. Topham's private stand for that part of the course on the Grand-Stand side of Becher's and Valentine's Brooks, as shown by the dotted line on the plan on page 7 and by W. HOBBISS
From the Canal Turn for the remainder of the course including Becher's Brook, the Canal Turn, and Valentine's Brook
Relayed from Aintree
(Ccpyright. See notice on page 40)
(By kind permission of Major-General W. G. S. Dobbie , C.B.. C.M.G., D.S.O., and the Officers of the Royal Engineers)
Conducted by Lieut. D. W. JONES
Director of Music, Royal Engineers
Relayed from Wigmore Hall
General W. G. S.
Lieut. D. W.
Leader, A. Rossi
Under the direction of EMILIO Colombo
Relayed from The Hotel Metropole,
including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers
Special Notices connected with Government and other Public Services
' Musical Art Forms as a Means of Expression'
Sir DONALD F. TOVEY , Mus.Doc.,
Reid Professor of Music in the University of Edinburgh
Sir Donald F.
C. H. MIDDLETON
This evening Mr. C. H. Middleton is to bring Mr. A. E. Burgess to the microphone to continue his talk on lawns. Mr. Burgess's last talk brought a large volume of correspondence, and he promised listeners that he would continue the subject in the spring. This evening he will deal mainly with the new lawn, which is sown at this time of the year.
Contemporaries of Bach and Handel
3. Chamber Music
DAVID WISE (solo violin)
THE STRATTON STRING QUARTET:
George Strttton (violin), Carl Taylor (violin), Watson Forbes (viola),
John Moore (violoncello)
ERNEST LusH (harpsichord)
Violin Concerto in G, Op. 7, No. 2
Antonio Vivaldi (died 1748)
1. Allegro assai; 2. Largo cantabile;
A Miniature Musical Comedy by MAX KESTER
Music and Lyrics by PETER MENDOZA with WYNNE AJELLO , PATRICK WADDINGTON , ERNEST SEFTON , BETTY LE BROCK ,
THE REVUE CHORUS
JIMMY BAILY and TED MORGAN at the two pianos
Production by MAX KESTER
When you have inherited a music shop in a sleepy place like Muddleton that doesn't want jazz, but only likes ' The Maiden's Prayer ', you're in a pretty predicament. And that was the case with Mary March.
She had a couple of assistants who were certainly amusing, and two electric gramophones she didn't know how to work ; and it is certain she must have gone smash if Martin Smith , representing the Melodious Musfc Company, with his slogan ' Music is the Medicine ', had not walked in. He made himself her manager for a fortnight, and set out to make the old town jazz-conscious..... But this lively little musical comedy goes to prove that even a live wire like Martin Smith had taken something on. There can be few more versatile broadcasters than Wynne' Ajello' Songs from the Shows The Arcadians, ' The White Coons '. Listeners will remember how charmingly she sang and acted the part of Gretel in Hansel and Gretel at the end of last year. Last month in the same week she broadcast in Geraldo's Non-Stop Hour and Breakfast in Evening Dress.
with BRIAN LAWRENCE Tunes from the Talkies
(AU arrangements by Fred Hartley )
R. L. WATERFIELD
Presented by AUSTEN CROOM-JOHNSON with IAN STEWART
JAMES DYRENFORTH and ELISABETH WELCH
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
The music of Mendelssohn has a close affinity in spirit to the poetry of Tennyson, and what Elisabeth Wordsworth remarked of the poet might equally well apply to the composer : ' The absence of pain and gloom through all Tennyson's poetry is very remarkable ; he seems, as a rule, to shrink from facing the ghastly, the horrible, the eccentric, or the profoundly tragic. But he is completely in his element in a well-ordered, beautiful, cultured world, a world of broad spaces of light, rich crops and stately palaces' If Mendelssohn failed to express the deeper human emotions to the extent of Brahms, and lacked the heroic build of Beethoven, he has earned a place in the sun as an exquisite miniaturist who created with magic and unrivalled pen the atmosphere of fairyland. And for this alone he deserves immortality.
Harry Roy and his Band
Relayed from The May Fair Hotel