From page 93 of ' New Every Morning'
Conducted by Harold Gray
Marjorie Parry (soprano)
Wilfred Miles (baritone)
Leipzig Gewandhaus Wind Quintet: Divertimento No. 14, in B (Mozart)-Allegro (first movement) ; Minuet (third movement)
Societe Taffanel des Instruments a vent, and Lucien Wurmser (pianoforte): Quintet in E flat, Op. 16 (Beethoven)-l Grave. 2 Allegro ma non troppo. 3 Andante cantabile. 4 Rondo: Allegro ma non troppo
Ⓓ Wilfred Gibson read by the Author
The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Weissmann: Overture, Night Camp in Granada (Kreutzer)
Richard Tauber (tenor): Legende de Kleinsach (Tales of Hoffmann) (Offenbach)
Emmy Bettendorf (soprano), and Herbert Ernst Groh (tenor): Come, sing the song of love
Members of the Scala, Milan,
Orchestra, conducted by Franco Ghione : Intermezzo (Act 2), (I Pagliacci) (The Strolling Players) (Leoncavallo)
Rosetta Pampanini (soprano), and Gino Vanelli (baritone): Decidi il mio destin (I Pagliacci) (Leoncavallo)
Gigli (tenor): Harlequin's Serenade (I Pagliacci) (Leoncavallo)
Leader, Harold Fairhurst
Conductor, Richard Austin
Solo pianoforte, Meyer Rosenstein from the Pavilion, Bournemouth
A Comedy Overture Balfour Gardiner
Prelude a I'Apres-midi d'un faune (A
Faun's Daydreams) Debussy
Symphony No. 1, ;.n C Beethoven
1 Adagio molto-Allegro con brio. 2 Andante cantabile con moto. 3 Minuetto. 4 Adagio-Allegro molto vivace
Pianoforte Concerto No. 1, in B flat minor Chaykovsky 1 Allegro non troppo e molto maestoso. 2 Andante semplice. 3 Allegro con fuoco
Soloist, MEYER ROSENSTEIN
Heinrich Schlusnus (baritone):
The Drummer Boy (from Des Knaben Wunderhorn) (Mahler). Adelaide (Beethoven)
including Weather Forecast
A Reporter at the Court of Queen Elizabeth
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Arthur Collingwood
Arthur Collingwood is Dean of the Faculty of Music at the University of Saskatchewan. He was for many years actively associated with music in Scotland, having been Lecturer on Music at Mareschal College, University of Aberdeen, and conductor of the Aberdeen Choral Union. He visited Canada to adjudicate at various Canadian musical competition festivals in 1929 and was invited to become the Carnegie Professor of Music at the University of Saskatchewan in 1931. Mr. Collingwood is the founder and conductor of the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra, which gave eight concerts during the past season. (Incidentally, the personnel of the orchestra includes no fewer than ten nationalities.) Mr. Collingwood returns to Europe every summer and makes his vacation a real busman's holiday, hearing and seeing as much as possible of musical activities in the Old World.
by ' 'Taffrail'
(Captain Taprell Dorling , D.S.O.,
A drama of the sea, vividly portraying the heroic seamanship of those who answered this call
The action takes place on the bridge of the Monmouth, a cargo liner
Produced by John Cheatle
(A Series of Concert Party
Round the Fol-de-Rols
A microphone tour, arranged by Harry S. Pepper , of the Fol-de-Rols
Devonshire Park, Eastbourne
The Large Pier Pavilion, Llandudno
The Pier Pavilion, Sandown, Isle of Wight
White Rock Pavilion, Hastings
Four concert parties in towns hundreds of miles apart, linked by radio, in a composite broadcast
Produced by Greatrex Newman
Harry Pepper will introduce the show from Eastbourne, and say good-night from Hastings at the end of the show.
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
The Lener String Quartet:
Jeno Lener (violin) ; Joseph Smilo vits (violin) ; Sandor Roth (viola) ;
Imre Hartmann (violoncello)
It is now generally acknowledged that Haydn was a ' 'nationalist' composer, as definitely a Croatian nationalist as Dvorak was a Bohemian nationalist. The opening theme of the finale of this Quartet in C is practically note for note the same as a well-known kolo tune-the kolo being a Slavonic dance measure.
This Quartet, one of six written in 1781, dedicated to the Russian Grand Duke Paul , and hence known as ' the Russian Quartets', has been nicknamed ' The Bird ' and it is certainly true that the opening of the first movement and the trio of the scherzo suggest the twittering of birds.
Educated at the Budapest School of Music, where he has been composition professor for the last thirty years, Kodaly has shared with Bartok the leadership of the modern Magyar nationalist movement. In 1905 Bartok and Kodaly began to collect and study Hungarian folk music-the true peasant music, not the music of the Hungarian gypsies which had long been accepted as ' Hungarian '-and this pre-occupation with folk music is reflected in Kodaly's first String Quartet (composed 1908-10).
In 1905 W. W. Cobbett instituted the first of his series of chamber music competitions, 'mainly designed ' (in his own words) ' to bring to light the talents of young British composers and to encourage the occasional adoption of a short form of ensemble music ... The subject of the first competition was the composition of a " Phantasy " in the form of a string quartet, the piece to be of short duration and performed without a break, but, if the composer desired, to consist of different sections varying in tempo and metre '. There were sixty-seven competitors, and the first prize went to W. Y. Hurlstone. The second prize, however, was won by Frank Bridge with the Quartet that concludes this evening's programme.
from the Grand Hotel, Torquay