From page I of 'New Every Morning'
at the Organ of the Regal Cinema,
Arabesque, Op. 18 (Schumann) ;
Mazurka in F minor, Op. 7, No. 3, Mazurka in C sharp minor (Chopin)
German for Older Pupils
'Bei Fraulein Margarete ist eingebrochen'
FRITZ STEUBER , Dr. Phil, and MARGARETE VON TRESCKOW
Thibaud (violin), Casals (violoncello), Cortot (pianoforte) : Trio in G (Haydn)—1. Andante. 2. Poco adagio cantabile. 3. Rondo all'ongarese: Presto
The Life and Teaching of Christ
19—' The Last Supper and Gethsemane'
The Very Rev. C. A. ALINGTON , D.D.,
Dean of Durham
Very Rev. C. A.
Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conductor, E. GODFREY BROWN
EVELYN GIBB (soprano)
Lane o' the Thrushes
The Blue Hills of Antrim
Stave Market (Fantasy Scenes)
from the Concert Hall,
' Controlling the Soil Moisture'
B. A. KEEN , D.Sc., F.R.S.
' Notes of the Scale ; Note Values '
THOMAS ARMSTRONG , D.Mus.
Music by Saint-Saens
The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Stokowski : Introduction and Royal March of the Lion, Hens and Cocks, Mules, Birds, Fossils, The Swan (Suite, Carnival of the Animals)
Suggia (violoncello): Allegro appassionato, Op. 43
Saint-Saens (pianoforte) : Marehe militaire francaise (Suite algerienne)
Maria Olszewska (contralto): Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta voix (Samson and Delilah)
Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Piero Coppola , Alex Cellier (organ),
Denise Herbrecht , and L. Petitjean (pianofortes): Fourth Movement, Maestoso—Finale (Symphony No. 3, in C minor)
Early Stages in German
A. H. WINTER, assisted by GRETA MARKSTEIN
ANTHONY COLLINS (viola)
JOHN COCKERILL (harp)
Fantasy Sonata for harp and viola...
Bax I. Allegro molto. 2. Allegro moderato. 3. Lento espressivo. 4. Allegro
Bax's Fantasy Suite for harp and viola was composed in 1927. Consisting of four linked movements, this sonata is undoubtedly a tour de force in the successful and rich blending of two instruments that in themselves are limited in their variety of colour. The whole work is conceived in Bax's most poetic and deeply felt style, and owing to the close relationship of its thematic material, the feeling of the whole work is one of complete unity.
The Berlin State Opera House Orchestra, conducted by Leo Blech : Overture, The Magic Flute (Mozart)
Orchestre de la Societe des Concerts du Conservatoire, conducted by Piero Coppola : Le Tombeau de Couperin (Ravel)—1. Prelude. 2. Forlane. 3. Menuet.' 4. Rigaudon
The Boston Symphony Orchestra. conducted by Koussevitsky : Scherzo and March (Love for the Three Oranges) (Prokofiev)
Last Monday evening at 7.30 the famous author of ' Tarka the Otter ' and ' Salar the Salmon' gave a talk on the red deer-a talk he is to repeat this afternoon to a different circle of listeners. Those who are better able to listen in the afternoon will be able to hear each of his subsequent talks-on the otter, the stoat, and the badger respectively-for he will give them_on the Monday evening one week and again on the Monday afternoon the next week. They will not be recorded-Henry Williamson himself will come to the microphone and deliver the talks in person.
JACK SALISBURY (violin)
(Other arrangements for the Quintet by Beaver and Fletcher)
including Weather Forecast
This evening Anthony Hurd will be talking about the Pigs Scheme.
The First Edition of a Fortnightly Topical Review of the World's Entertainment
Featuring Personalities and News of the Stage, Screen and Microphone
Introduced by HENRY KENDALL
(By arrangement with Warner Bros.-First National Productions, Ltd.)
with THE BBC THEATRE ORCHESTRA
Conductor, MARK H. LUBBOCK
Devised and produced by BERTRAM HENSON
Reader in Sociology in the University of London
This is the first talk in the series entitled ' Living Together : The Social Groups to which we belong '. In these talks Dr. H. A. Mess, now Reader in Sociology in the University of London, and previously for many years Director of the Tyneside Council of Social Service, is going to talk about the way in which we are all inevitably affected by the people we have to live with-our families, our playmates and neighbours, our fellow workers, the members of our own class, political party, religious organisation, nation, and so on. We may dislike belonging to any or all of these groups, and do our best to keep clear of them. This is more than difficult, it is impossible. The very effort some of us make to get away from social groupings changes our attitude to life and its circumstances.
These talks have been arranged particularly with the needs of Wireless Discussion Groups in mind. Listeners wishing to know more about Wireless Discussion Groups should write to the Education Officer at the nearest BBC station, and he will provide them with information on how to start a group, and also with a syllabus of this and other series of talks.
Geza Frid , of Hungarian nationality, is well known both as composer and pianist. He was born in 1904 and began studying the piano at the early age of five. Later, he entered the Budapest Academy of Music, where he continued his piano studies and also studied composition under Bela Bartok. Mr. Frid's String Quartet was performed in Budapest and London in 1927, and since then he has composed several new works, including a concerto for pianoforte and choir, which was broadcast in 1935, with the composer at the piano. The ' Trois Morceaux ' are among his latest compositions.
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
An appeal on behalf of the Emergency
Fund for those evacuated
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
at the Organ of the Regal, Kingston-on-Thames
Melodies by Irving Berlin Popular Medley
Selection, Madam Butterfly....Puccini
LEON GOOSSENS (oboe)
Samuel Kutcher (violin); Frederick Grinke (violin); Raymond Jeremy
Debussy never wrote any symphonies, overtures, concertos, or even sonatas (in the classical sense of the term). The nearest he approached to the conventional sonata design was in the String Quartet in G minor, which was completed and first performed in 1893, when he was in his thirty-second year. It is recorded that Debussy once declared that in this quartet he had said all he had to say in that form.
Debussy was essentially a miniaturist, and one of the most attractive features of his music is its purity and delicacy of texture. His principal concern was the suggesting of vague and subtle emotional moods and the painting of half-lights and exquisite shades of colour. To this end Debussy resorted to the use of a highly original system of harmony based on the two whole tone scales which provide that pungent flavour, or rather ' atmosphere ', so characteristic of his music from the String Quartet onwards. (viola); Douglas Cameron (violoncello)
Directed by SYDNEY LIPTON from Grosvenor House, Park Lane