Directed by RENÉ TAPPONNIER from the Cariton Hotel
Chinese March - Lincke
Waltz, Chimeres - Dt!n!e/e
Selection, Merrie England - Edward German
Irish Melody - Ashworth Hope
Mi Buenos Aires Querido - Gardel
Selection, Rigoletto - Verdi
A Couple of April Foots - Carr
Dofores - Billi
The Queen's Hat) Orchestra, conducted by Sir Henry J.Wood : A London
Symphony (Vaughan Williams)-I. Len to, AOegro riso)uto (Pochettino animate) Poco animate ; 2. Lento ; 3. Scherzo— Nocturne ; 4. Andante con moto— maestoso a!)a marcia—Ailegro—Mo)to attargando—Maestoso a)ta Marcia— Epitogue (Andante sostenuto)
JOHN ARMSTRONG (tenor)
John Francis (&ute); David Martin (violin) : Frederick Riddle (viola); James Whitehead (violoncello),
Marie Korchinska (harp)
See the 'article <'y Ernest Haywood on page 12
Roussel composed the Serenade, Op' 20, expressly for the Quintette tnstrumentale de Paris, and dedicated it to the nautist, Rene Ie Roy. It dates from 1925, and had its first performance at a festival devoted to the works ot Albert Rousse ). It is not a serenade in the modern romantic sense of the word, for it follows the form of classical times when a serenade, or cassation, was another name for a suite of pieces, rather light in character, with no other object than to charm and entertain in a purely musical manner.
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