(R) From page 42 of ' When Two or Three'
The Carpi Trio: Erotik (Lyric
Pieces, Op. 43, No. 5) (Grieg); Ich liebe dich (1 love you) (Grieg)
Mark Hambourg (pianoforte) : Humoresque (Tchaikovsky); Consolation in D flat (Liszt)
Erica Morini (violin) with Michael Raucheisen (pianoforte): Gavotte (Lully, arr. Burmester) ; The Zephyr (Hubay)
Benno Mois éiwitch (pianoforte) :
Hunting Song (Mendelssohn) ; Waltz in E minor (Chopin)
The Virtuoso String Quartet:
by G. THALBEN-BALL
From The Concert Hall, Broadcasting
The Practice and Science of Gardening—10
' Increasing the Soil Fertility'
B. A. KEEN , D.Sc., F.R.S.
Junior Concert Lesson-5
(a) ' The Songs of Foreign Lands '
(b) ' The String Quartet'
Cortot (pianoforte); Thibaud (violin):
Sonata No. 9 in A, Op. 47 (Kreutzer) (Beethoven)—1. Adagio sostenuto — Presto; 2. Theme and Variations; 3. Finale: Presto
Early Stages in German
ANTHONY COLLINS (viola)
JOHN COCKERILL (harp)
Conductor, HERBERT BENNETT
Directed. by HENRY Hall
including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers
Songs sung by CHARLES PANZERA (baritone)
L'Horizon chimérique (Op. 118)
1. La mer est infinie; 2. Je mo suis embarque ; 3. Diane, Séléné ; 4. Vaisseaux, nous vous aurons aimés
(Poems by Jean de la Ville de Mirmont) En priere (poem by Stephan Bordese ) Clair de lune (Op. 46, No. 2)
(Poem by Verlaine)
Soir (Op. 83, No. 2)
(Poem by Albert Samain )
The speaker in this series this evening is well known to listeners not only as a contributor to THE RADIO TIMES, but as a broadcaster over many years, for he made his début on the air as long ago as 1924, when he gave an organ recital from St. John's, Regent's Park, the church by Lord's cricket ground. He has since given over 200 broadcasts.
C. Whitaker-Wilson was a professional organist until four years ago, when he turned to writing and met with immediate success. On the air he was the author of Christopher Wren , in which he acted, also of Mozart, in which he played the part of Haydn. He wrote the second of the famous trials, that of Lord Lovat, and played the Narrator, and also the fifth trial, that of Lady Lisle before Judge Jeffries. He has written the Trial of Mary Queen of Scots, to be broadcast next year, and is now preparing the Trial of Titus Oates. In addition to all this, he is, of course, a well-known radio journalist, and the author of a number of successful books.
' On Acting'
E. MARTIN BROWNE
This talk on acting is probably the most vital of the series so far as the individual amateur player is concerned. Although the art of acting cannot be finally reduced to a set of rules, there is a well-defined technique that must be acquired. This evening, E. Martin Browne will outline some of the points that all amateurs should study: tempo and inflection, 'jumping on cues', voice control, natural movements, and repose, 'waiting' for laughs, and last, but not least, learning their lines because they cannot begin to act until they are letter perfect. Martin Browne will explain how an actor should approach his part, and how he may best benefit by rehearsing his lines at home.
A Night at Homewood
Presented by BILL CAMPBELL with AL and BOB HARVEY as Hy and Si and Tony and John
JACK HODGES as Sergeant Carr of the Royal Mounted
BILL CAMPBELL in the role of Old
Zeke Winters and the BUNKHOUSE Boys
(Jack Mills , Bill Herbert , Rae Jenkins and Bill Bonness )
Musical Arrangements by RAE JENKINS
Produced by ARCHIE CAMPBELL
Bom November 25, 1835
Speeches at a Commemorative
Dinner by The Very Rev. Sir GEORGE ADAM
SMITH, D.D., Litt.D. and JOHN FINDLEY, Editor, The New York
In the Chair:
THE EARL OF ELGIN, K.T., C.M.G.,
Relayed from The Music Pavilion,
Pittenscrieff Park, Dunfermline
Preceded by Impressions of his Early
Surroundings by GEORGE BLAKE
Relayed from Andrew Carnegie's Birthplace and Memorial, in Moodie Street,
Alfredo Campoli made his debut as a solo violinist in 1930. Up to that time he was associated with Fred Hartley and his Quintet and the Serge Krish Septet.
The Trio which Campoli formed some time afterwards is in the tradition of the one made famous by the late de Groot, and is now considered its legitimate successor, as its popularity on the variety and cinema stage conclusively proves.
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 has appeared as soloist in the Brahms Violin Concerto, broadcast from Bournemouth, under Sir Dan Godfrey.
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
W. P. YETTS, O.B.E. (Professor of Chinese Art and Archaeology, London
Tonight Professor W. P. Yetts wil introduce listeners to the Exhibition of Chinese Art at Burlington House. His talk will describe the cultural setting in which the various art forms-bronzes, painting, ceramics, textiles, etc.-were developed. In particular, Professor Yetts will speak about the bronzes, magnificent vessels destined for sacrifices to the departed spirits of ancestors.
Professor W. P.
in The '
Music by JACK STRACHEY
Sketches and Lyrics by various Authors
THE RADIO THREE
C. DENIER WARREN
RAWICZ AND LANDAEUR
HERMIONE GINGOLD and NELSON KEYS
HARRY BIDGOOD AND HIS REVUE
(Nelson Keys is the subject of Guy Fletcher 's article 'People You Hear,' which will be found this week on page 15)
Relayed from The Piccadilly Hotel