from page 73 of 'New Every Morning'
Music and Movement for Juniors
by Frederick Dalrymple from the Canton Parish Church
with The Three Ginx
The Three in Harmony
Talks by visitors from the Dominions and Colonies
Under the direction of Johan Hock from Queen's College Chambers
Lecture Hall, Birmingham
A violin and pianoforte recital
Olive Zorian and Denis Matthews
Both Busoni's sonatas for violin and piano are in the key of E minor. The first (Op. 29), written in 1891, won him the Rubinstein Prize at Helsingfors. The second, Op. 36a, dates from ten years later. 'Though distinctly reminiscent of Brahms in its thematic material', writes Cecil Gray, 'it is most brilliantly written for both instruments, and concludes with a number of variations on a Bach choral which, more than anything else in his early work, foreshadows the great change about to take place in the composer, the transition period of experiment from which the mature Busoni emerged much later'.
Brahms's Sonata Movement
The Sonata Movement in C minor is a vigorous scherzo forming the third movement of the violin and piano sonata which was composed by Dietrich (first movement) Schumann, and Brahms (third movement) 'in anticipation of the arrival of our beloved and honoured friend, Joseph Joachim'.
The whole sonata was broadcast for the first time on July 30 last year.
A report on the morning's racing and prospects for the afternoon from Henley
A commentary during play, by F.H. Grisewood and H.B.T. Wakelam, from the Centre Court, Wimbledon
An account of today's play, by F.H. Grisewood, from the Centre Court,
The London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Goossens : Ballet Suite, The Good-Humoured Ladies (Scarlatti, arr. Tommasini)
The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Bruno Walter : Three German Dances (K.605) (Mozart). Emperor Waltz (Johann Strauss )
Gentlemen v. Players
A commentary during the third day's play, by P. G. H. Fender , from
P. G. H.
including Weather Forecast
Wilfrid Roberts , M.P.
The opera by Verdi from the Glyndebourne Festival
The action takes place in Scotland
Scene 1: A heath
Scene 2 : A courtyard in Macbeth's castle
Cast in order of appearance
Witches, apparitions, messengers, servants, exiles, soldiers
The Glyndebourne Festival Chorus
The Glyndebourne Festival
Conductor, Fritz Busch
Producer, Carl Ebert
See the short article by C. B. Rees on page 16
Act 2 will be broadcast in the Regional programme at 8.0, and Acts 3 and 4 in the National programme at 10.0 and 10.30
Servant to Macbeth:
with Miff Ferrie and his Jakdauz
Dudley Beavan at the organ
and introducing one of the 'new voices' that made good in 'Band Waggon'
Compere, Jacques Brown
by Damon Runyon
Adapted for broadcasting by Dick O'Connor
This is the first of a series of radio adaptations from Damon Runyon. A year or two ago this slick American writer took Britain by storm with his strangely mannered style and his stories of New York low life told in the Broadway idiom.
'Bloodhounds of Broadway' is a story in which Runyon is at his best, and laughs should not be wanting in this fabulous tale of the long trail through many most inconvenient places of two man-tracking bloodhounds.
Adapted for broadcasting by:
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
at the BBC Theatre Organ
' Thirty minutes with British
Scene 1: On the borders of Scotland and England
Scene 2: A courtyard in Macbeth's castle
Scene 3: On the battlements of the castle
Scene 4: A field of battle