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: THE DAILY SERVICE

from page 21 of 'New Every Morning'

: GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

Ria Ginster (soprano)
0 what comfort to the senses (The
Seasons) (Haydn). Die Mainacht (A Night in May) (Brahms). Die Liebe hat gelogen (Love has deceived me) ; Die Forelle (The Trout) (Schubert). Ein Stiindlein wohl vor Tag (An Hour before Dawn); Elfenlied (Elves' Songs) (Wolf). Martern aller Arten (Every kind of torment); (Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail) (The Seraglio) (Mozart)

Contributors

Soprano: Ria Ginster
Unknown: Ein Stiindlein

: The BBC Northern Ireland Orchestra

Contributors

Leader: Philip Whiteway
Conductor: Arnold Perry
Soprano: Elsie McCullough

: HAROLD HUNT

at the Organ of the Empire Theatre,
Coventry
Once again ' A hunting we will go ', the signature tune of this popular organist, will be heard before he gives another of his recitals. Hunt, by the way, gave the first of these from the Empire Theatre, Coventry, on February 21 this year. At the age of five Hunt could play the piano, and he had his first experience as a cinema pianist when only nine years old. The manager of a little Black Country cinema, the regular pianist for which, was ill, appealed for a substitute to his audience, and the young Hunt obliged. For some years Hunt was musical director of the cinema in his Staffordshire home town, and with the coming of the talkies set to work to qualify as a solo organist. He received his first engagement in a Surrey cinema, after which he joined Associated British Cinemas, Ltd., and ultimately took up his present position in November, 1935.

: MELODY AND RHYTHM

Marjorie Westbury and Harry Engleman

Contributors

Unknown: Marjorie Westbury
Unknown: Harry Engleman

: 'THE PICKWICK PAPERS'

by Charles Dickens
9-' Sam makes a pilgrimage to Dorking and beholds his mother-in-law '
A serial reading by V. C. Clinton -
Baddeley

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Dickens
Reading By: V. C. Clinton

: ' PLAN PRODUCTION-OR PERISH?'

A Round Table Discussion on The Future of British Farming between
Lord Astor, J. H. Wain ,
Clyde Higgs , and Christopher Tumor
In the chair, A. P. McDougall
(A recording of the broadcast in the Regional and Midland programmes yesterday)

Contributors

Unknown: J. H. Wain
Unknown: Clyde Higgs
Unknown: A. P. McDougall

: ACCENT ON RHYTHM

A selection of dance tunes, old and new
Arranged by James Moody
The Singers
Yvonne Mageean
Ray Warren
The Players
George Allsopp
Frank Hughes
James Moody

Contributors

Arranged By: James Moody
Singers: Yvonne Mageean
Singers: Ray Warren
Unknown: George Allsopp
Unknown: Frank Hughes
Unknown: James Moody

: Geiger and his Orchestra

from Claridge's Hotel

: Irish Rhythms

A section of the BBC Northern Ireland Orchestra
Directed by David Curry with Nan Shaw (contralto)

Contributors

Director: David Curry
Contralto: Nan Shaw

: EVENSONG

from St. Paul's Cathedral
Order of Service
Psalms xcviii-ci
Lesson, Deuteronomy iv, 1-24 Magnificat (Naylor in G) Lesson, Acts iv, 5-31
Nunc Dimittis (Naylor in G)
Anthem, The heavens declare (Bovce
(words, Psalm xix, 1 and 2) Hymn, Let saints on earth in concert sing (A. and M. 221)
(The choir will consist of Men's
Voices only)

: HENRY HALLAND

HIS ORCHESTRA

: The First News

including Weather Forecast

: SCIENCE REVIEW-8

A fortnightly programme of current events in the world of science

: THEATRE

' The Habimah Theatre
I. Shamah
This week the Habimah Theatre celebrates its twentieth anniversary in Tel Aviv, Palestine. The theatre has been responsible for putting on a wide selection of plays with all-Jewish casts, and has commanded great appreciation wherever it has carried on its activities. Many will remember the two visits that the Habimah Players recently paid to England.
I. Shamah is the theatre's dramatic correspondent in London, and in his talk this evening he will tell you how and why the theatre was founded, and discuss the type of work that it is doing.

Contributors

Unknown: I. Shamah

: SANDY MACPHERSON

at the BBC Theatre Organ

: 'THE WORLD GOES BY'

F. H. Grisewood brings to the microphone
People in the news
People talking about the news
Interesting visitors to England
'nJ Lord Elton in his weekly talk,
' Since last Wednesday '

Contributors

Unknown: F. H. Grisewood

: Visit of The BBC Symphony Orchestra to Wolverhampton

A Concert in the Civic Hall
Paul Beard, Marie Wilson (solo violins)
Barry Squire Julius Ungerson J
The BBC Symphony Orchestra
Leader, Paul Beard
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
God Save the King
(Orchestration by Gerrard Williams )
8.4 Overture, The Bartered Bride
Smetana
8.12 Symphony No. 2, in E flat
Elgar
1 Allegro vivace e nobilmente. 2 Larghetto. 3 Rondo: Presto. 4 Moderato e maestoso
Written early in 1910 as a loyal tribute to King Edward VII , Elgar's Second Symphony was afterwards dedicated to his memory. It is prefaced by the first two lines of Shelley's poem: 'Rarely, rarely, comest thou, Spirit of Delight '; and though Elgar's music has no intention of following the whole poem closely, it is no doubt born of the idea set forth in these two lines. The first movement is built up on groups of themes rather than on single tunes, and the impetuous opening suggests the Spirit of Delight itself.
The slow movement begins with some suggestion of a solemn march, and passes to other principal themes in the same dignified mood. The third movement takes the place of the usual Scherzo, and although there is a broad melody in a more serious vein at one point, vivacity for the most part prevails. The last movement, too, begins happily, and again passes to a noble and massive melody played on the full orchestra.

Contributors

Violin: Barry Squire
Violin: Julius Ungerson
Conductor: Sir Adrian Boult

: THE THIRD NEWS

including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping

: SYMPHONY CONCERT

Part 2
(Solo violins, PAUL BEARD ,
MARIE WILSON , BARRY SQUIRE , JULIUS
UNGERSON)
See the short article on page 12
Berlioz's genius as a miniaturist is shown at its best in the two symphonic pieces Dance of the Sylphs and Minuet of the Will o' the Wisps from his Damnation of Faust. These two pieces are not only perfect in construction, but are inbued with the utmost delicacy and charm, both in the themes and in their orchestral and harmonic treatment. The Dance of the Sylphs comes from part two and takes place on the banks of the Elbe where Faust through the influence of Mephistopheles dreams of Margaret and the graceful spirits of the air hover over him and whisper that she will soon be his. The minuet of the Will o' the Wisps comes from part three where Faust in front of Margaret's house evokes these ' spirits of inconstant flame ' and ' caprice' and bids them ' dance! in the name of the devil '. The rousing and brilliant Hungarian march is based on themes that originally belonged to a work by a Moravian military bandmaster named Ruzicka, who lived during the years 1758 and 1823. Berlioz's version of the march is introduced in part one of his ' Faust' when Hungarian troops approach ' a plain in Hungary ' where Faust finds himself alone at sunrise.
Tickets 2s. to 10s. may be obtained from Messrs. Murdoch, Murdoch, and Co., 7, Victoria Street, Wolverhampton.

Contributors

Violins: Paul Beard
Violins: Marie Wilson
Violins: Barry Squire

: DANCE CABARET

from the Royal Bath Hotel Ballroom,
Bournemouth
Listen to
Tom Walls
The famous stage and screen star
Ronald Frankau
The
Low-Highbrow Flotsam and Jetsam Kenway and Young
In Radiosyncrasies and dance to
Benny Loban and his Music
Weavers

Contributors

Unknown: Ronald Frankau
Unknown: Low-Highbrow Flotsam
Unknown: Benny Loban

: OSCAR RABIN AND HISROMANY DANCE BAND

will play for dancing from the Palais de Danse,
Hammersmith

: A Programme of GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

Songs from La Bonne Chanson
(Faure, orch. Le Boucher) (Poems by Verlaine)

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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