Ⓓ from page 63 of When Two or Three'
, at 10.30
My Day's Work
A County Superintendent of District Nursing Associations
at the Organ of the Dominion Theatre, Tottenham Court Road
Leopold Godowsky (pianoforte): Ballade, Op. 24 (Grieg)
Elena Gerhardt (mezzo-soprano): Vor dem Fenster, Op. 14, No. 1, Von ewiger Liebe, Op. 43, No. 1, Immer leiser wird mein Schlummer, Op. 105, No. 2, Wie komm' ich denn zur Tur herein, Mein Madel hat einen Rosenmund (Brahms)
Leopold Godowsky (pianoforte): Nocturne in D flat, Op. 27, No. 2, Nocturne in F, Op. 15, No. 1 (Chopin)
Directed by Henry Hall
Under the direction of JOHANN HOCK from Queen's College Chambers
Lecture Hall, Birmingham
THE MAURICE COLE TRIO :
Maurice Cole (pianoforte); Winifred Small (violin); Kathleen Moorhouse
, at 2.0
Leader, Alfred Barker
Conducted by CRAWFORD MCNAIR
ANNICE SIDWELLS (contralto)
Leader, A. Rossi
Under the direction of EMILIO COLOMBO
From the Hotel Victoria
including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers
played by The Laurance Turner String Quartet: Laurance Turner (violin); Walter Price (violin); Eric Bray (viola); Jack Shinebourne (violoncello)
String Quintet in D (K.593)
1. Adagio, Allegro; 2. Adagio; 3. Minuetto, Allegretto; 4. Finale, Allegro
C. H. Middleton
Charpentier's ' Louise'
LESLIE H. HEWARD and VICTOR HELY-HUTCHINSON
A Few Reminiscences by ALBERT WHELAN
Accompanied at the pianj by JEAN MELVILLE
Once again listeners are to hear Albert Whelan whistle his signature tune which is becoming as well known as the nonchalance with which he draws off his gloves on the music-halls. He has been broadcasting for nearly ten years and has been head-lined in music-halls all over the world. His first professional appearance was in a tent on the Australian gold-fields. Since then he has played in almost everything except Shakespeare. He has appeared in several films and has another claim to fame as one of the Alexanders in the popular Alexander and Mose act.
Act II of Charpentier's Opera
Orchestral Prelude: 'Paris Awakes '
Scene 1 : At the foot of the hill of Montmartre.
Scene 2 : A Dressmaker's Workroom-
Other parts sung by Lisette Denie ; Ruby Heyl ; Elsa Stenning ; Marie Thultiez ; Vanwy Davies ; Jean Givau dan ; Robert Easton ;Leslie Horsman ; Frank Sale ; Booth Hitchin ; Octave Dua ; Roy Devereux ; Clifford Millar ; Robert Alva ; Osborn Oakley ; Liddell Peddison ; Martin Quinn ; Enid James ; Dorothy Milnes ; Elizabeth Aveling ; Anna Bretton ; Margaret Lewys ;
Conductor, MALCOLM SARGENT
Chorus Master, ROBERT AINSWORTH from the Royal Opera House,
Act II of Louise opens with a fine piece of tone painting in the form of a Prelude which is entitled ' Paris Awakes '. The curtain rises on a street scene in Montmartre, and we see the people in the street busily going about their work, such as the milk-woman, the rag-picker, the paper girl, etc. Julien appears with some of his friends and they plan to seize Louise on the way to her work. The dressmaking girls, among whom are Louise and her mother, begin to arrive. Louise goes into the house and when her mother has gone Julien rushes in and reappears with Louise. He tries to persuade her to fly with him, but she refuses.
After a short and brilliant orchestral interlude, the scene changes to the dressmakers' workroom, where we see
Louise surrounded by her friends. They make fun at her being in love, and she answers by singing of the spirit of Paris. From the street is heard a serenade sung by Julien, which has its desired effect on Louise, who finally tells her friends to inform her employer that she has been taken ill and has had to go home. She leaves her friends and goes off with Julien.
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Time Signal, Greenwich, at 10.0
' Shrewsbury to
Bridgnorth G. M. BOUMPHREY
Last week G. M. Boumphrey described the first stage of the trip he is making in a folding canoe down Severn and Thames with his friend George. Starting from Newtown, they reached Shrewsbury in spite of adventures, for there was very little water—often no more than two inches and their canoe draws four ! Then when they came to a really deep, swift place the good ship capsized, and George swam ashore with his watch in his mouth.
This week G. M. Boumphrey will describe the trip from Shrewsbury to Bridgnorth and those who remember his series of broadcast talks on the Roman roads will be interested to know that he is to visit the old Roman city of Uniconium.
Bridgnorth G. M.
ESSIE ACKLAND (contralto)
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