From page 30 of ' When Two or Three
Ⓓ for Farmers and Shipping
at the Organ of the Dominion Theatre,
Tottenham Court Road
Music and Movement for Very Young
Directed by NORMAN AUSTIN
Relayed from the New Victoria Cinema, Edinburgh
Directed by HENRY HALL
Under the direction of JOHAN HOCK
Relayed from Queen's College
Chambers Lecture Hall, Birmingham
A Recital by SOPHIE WYSS (soprano) and JUDITH DE LEEUW (pianoforte)
2.5 Travel Talk
' Southern Europe-9,
2.30 Music-Course 2
THE B B C ORCHESTRA
Led by Marie Wilson
Conductor, ADRIAN BOULT
Overture, The Caliph of Baghdad
Le Carnaval des Animaux (The Animals'
Carnival) ..... Saint-Saëns I. Introduction and Royal March of the Lion; 2. Hens and Cocks; 3. Wild Asses; 4. Tortoises ; 5. The Elephant; 6. Kangaroos ; 7. Aquarium ; 8. People with Long Ears; 9. The Cuckoo in the Heart of the Wood ; 10 Aviary ; 11. Pianists ; 12. Fossils ; 13. The Swan ; 14. Finale
BERKELEY MASON and ERNEST LUSH
3.15 Friday Talk
Under the direction of FRANK ROSCOE
3.35 Talk for Sixth Forms
'The Arts-3, The Effects of Music'
Last week Scott Goddard discussed ' The Pleasure of Music '. This week he enquires into' The Effects of Music : whether it is possible to discover the quality or to measure the strength of the effects of music. He will describe the effect on crowds and on the individual listener, and he will then ask and answer the question ' Can you choose a particular piece of music to produce a particular effect? '
Leader, Alfred Cave
Conducted by H. FOSTER CLARK
ALFRED CAVE (violin)
Carl Goldmark (1830-1915) was the son of a cantor in a synagogue in Hungary. He studied at the Vienna Conservatorium and began his professional career as an orchestral violinist, later becoming a piano teacher in Vienna. Goldmark wrote a considerable quantity of music, which includes an opera, several concert overtures, chamber works, a violin concerto, and two symphonies. The ' Rustic Wedding ' Symphony, his first, is really a symphonic suite of five pieces. It is full of pleasing melodies and the orchestration is carried out with a keen ear (or effects of colour.
MARION BROWNE (soprano)
including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers
Razumovsky Quartets played by The BROSA STRING QUARTET :
Antonio Brosa (violin); Norman Chapple (violin) ; Leonard Rubens (viola) ; Livio Mannucci (violoncello)
String Quartet in F (Op. 59, No. I)
3. Adagio molto e mesto ; 4. Allegro
C. H. MlDDLETON
This evening C. H. Middlcton is to bring to the microphone W. Dallimore , of Kew Gardens , who is one of the greatest living authorities on trees and is retiring this month after forty-five years at Kew. They will discuss suitable trees for the garden.
English Song JOHN COATES
A Programme for Anybody and Everybody with Young Ideas
This evening Mr. Louis C. S. Mansfield will broadcast the solution of last week's cypher, and will also give out the following new one for listeners to solve : GTHNX, WZTDR, MDKEU, WWFPD, ZPTUH, MWTCD, TIXWC, DTIEM, TVIDH, POPKV, KZQTW, DIGDE, XEQPG, DSEPX, BPHMP, PUGPT, XDVKW, MEWRP, VKXPT, PEXVK, ZTPUD, YDXVW, KJJJJ.
Presented by MAX KESTER
The ORCHESTRA conducted by KNEALE KELLEY
Again and again this anonymous singer has enraptured listeners with the tender passion of his singing since he first broadcast last year so mysteriously to the lady of his choice. Tonight listeners are to hear his speaking voice for the first time.
by WILLIAM ARCHER
The original production of this play at the St. James's Theatre, London, in 1921, was conspicuous for two things. It reintroduced George Arliss to a London audience after an absence in America of twenty years, and revealed one of our most distinguished dramatic critics as the author of a first-class melodrama.
The Green Gnddess was broadcast in 1932, with Leon M. Lion as the Raja. a part that is to be played tonight by Cyril Maude. Old playgoers will never forget his brilliant association with Winifred Emery and Frederick Harrison at the Haymarket Theatre from 1986 until 1905, when the Haymarket stood for the best comedy acting to be seen in London.
Cyril Maude broadcast in the part of Sir Peter Teazle in The School for Scandal, and in that of Joseph Quinney in Quinney's in 1933, and scored another big hit as Old Bannerman in the play of that name last year.
' The Green Goddess was broadcast in the Regional programme last night
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
(Relayed from America)
Led by LAURANCE TURNER
Conducted by , CLARENCE RAYBOULD
FRANK MULLINGS (tenor)
Clarence Raybould was born and educated at Birmingham. He studied music at the Midland Institute and at Birmingham University, under Sir Granville Bantock , where he was the first student to take a decree in music. Before the War he did a great deal of piano accompanying in the Midlands, and was also organist at the Unitarian church. After the War Mr. Raybould came to London as a répétiteur and assistant conductor to the Beecham Opera Company.....
For several seasons Mr. Raybould was assistant conductor and cdach for the Grand Opera at Covent Garden. For nearly a year he conducted at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, in the original Playfair production of The Beggar's Opera.
At present Mr. Raybould is a;'professor of conducting at the Guildhall School of Music. Last autumn at Covent Garden he conducted Puccini's La Bohème and Verdi's The Masked Ball.
The Film Carnival Ball at the Royal Albert Hall by an Orchestra of Sixty Musicians conducted by LOUIS LEVY
Guest Conductors include:
HENRY HALL, GERALDO, JACK JACKSON ,
LEW STONE , JOE Loss
Many International Film Celebrities will be present at the Ball, and it is hoped, in the intervals of Dance Music, that John Watt will be able to introduce them to listeners