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: THE DAILY SERVICE

★ from page 65 of 'New Every Morning'

: A Programme of GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Adrian Boult : Overture, Alceste (Gluck)
Paris Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Pierre Monteux , Yehudi Menuhin (violin): Concerto No. 1, in D, Op. 6 (Paganini)-1 Allegro maestoso. 2 Adagio. 3 Rondo : Allegro spiritoso
Queen's Hall Orchestra, conducted by Sir Henry J. Wood : Symphonische Minuten, Op. 36 (Dohndnyi)

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Adrian Boult
Unknown: Pierre Monteux
Violin: Yehudi Menuhin
Conducted By: Sir Henry J. Wood

: AN ORGAN RECITAL

by Harry Moreton from St. Andrew's Church, Plymouth

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Moreton

: JACK WHITE AND HIS COLLEGIANS

with Norma Clarke
Stan Stanton
Tony Morris
Liverpool-born Jack White could have been a professional footballer, but music ran more keenly in his veins than goal-getting, and he decided to take it up as a career. His first professional job was in Liverpool some ten years ago. Since then he has played at popular dance halls all over the country-notably the Brighton Regent, the Manchester Palais de Danse, and the well-known Charing Cross Road Astoria. The Collegians number twelve, including three White brothers. Jack himself plays the saxophone and piano, his brother Jerry plays saxophone and guitar, and his brother Tom the drums.
Recently added to the combination has been vocalist Rosa Lenner , one of the famous Lenner sisters, of whom Judy Shirley is one. Together with pianist George Johnston , Jack White does all the band's arrangements.

Contributors

Unknown: Norma Clarke
Unknown: Stan Stanton
Unknown: Tony Morris
Unknown: Jack White
Unknown: Rosa Lenner
Unknown: Judy Shirley
Pianist: George Johnston
Pianist: Jack White

: IMPERIAL AFFAIRS'

A series of monthly topical talks
The Lord Hailey,
G.C.M.G., G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E.

: FRIDAY MIDDAY CONCERT

Under the direction of Johan Hock from Queen's College Chambers
Lecture Hall, Birmingham
The Entente String Quartet:
Dorothy Churton (first violin)
Gerald Emms
Nora Wilson (viola)
Edith Churton (violoncello)
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.

Contributors

Unknown: Johan Hock
Unknown: Dorothy Churton
Violin: Gerald Emms
Viola: Nora Wilson
Viola: Edith Churton

: A Programme of GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

' Starlight Express' (Elgar)
Stuart Robertson (bass-baritone):
Organ Grinder's Song No. 3 (My Old Tunes)
Alice Moxon (soprano): Laughers*
Song
Alice Moxon (soprano),
Stuart Robertson (bass-baritone): Finale

Contributors

Bass-Baritone: Stuart Robertson
Soprano: Alice Moxon
Soprano: Alice Moxon
Soprano: Stuart Robertson

: IRISH RHYTHMS

A Section of the BBC Northern
Ireland Orchestra
Directed by David Curry with George Beggs (baritone)

Contributors

Directed By: David Curry
Baritone: George Beggs

: 'ACCENT ON RHYTHM

A programme of dance tunes, old and new
Arranged by James Moody
The Singers
Anna Meakin
Jack McCafferty
The Players
George Allsopp
Frank Hughes
James Moody

Contributors

Arranged By: James Moody
Singers: Anna Meakin
Singers: Jack McCafferty
Unknown: George Allsopp
Unknown: Frank Hughes
Unknown: James Moody

: BERLIOZ

Song Cycle
' Les Nuits d'ete '
(' Summer Nights')
1 Villanelle (When the new season comes). 2 Le Spectre de la Rose (The Spectre of the Rose). 3 Sur les lagunes (On the lagoons). 4 Absence. 5 Au cimetiere (In the Churchyard)
Arranged for voice and pianoforte by Bernard Van Dieren
. sung by Mark Raphael
See the short article on page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard van Dieren
Sung By: Mark Raphael

: THE BAND OF THE 15/19th THE KING'S ROYAL HUSSARS

(by permission of Lieut.-
Colonel R. H. O. Hanbury , M.C.)
Conducted by Mr. J. E. Fox from the Harbour Bandstand,
Morecambe

Contributors

Unknown: Colonel R. H. O. Hanbury
Conducted By: Mr. J. E. Fox

: THE LESSER-KNOWN COLE PORTER'

Gramophone records of some of the longs of Cole Porter that are not
10 well known
Presented by John Davis , Jnr.

Contributors

Presented By: John Davis

: A Programme of GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

Magdeleine Laeuffer (pianoforte):
Waltz in E. Op. 34, No. 1 (Moszkoteski)
Mark Raphael (baritone): Go, lovely Rose. To Daisies. Song of the Blackbird (Quilter)
Kreisler (violin): La Gitana (The
Gypsy). Fair Rosemary (Kreisler)

Contributors

Baritone: Mark Raphael

: THE FIRST NEWS

including Weather Forecast and National Bulletin for Farmers

: 'TOMORROW IN THE COUNTRY'

Michael Bratby

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Bratby

: 'THE WEEK IN WESTMINSTER'

Ronald Cartland. M.P.

Contributors

Unknown: Ronald Cartland.

: TCHAIKOVSKY

Quartet in E flat minor, Op. 30
1 Andante sostenuto — Allegro moderato. 2 Allegretto vivo e scherzando. 3 Andante funebre e doloroso, ma con moto. 4 Allegro risoluto played by The Kutcher String Quartet:
Samuel Kutcher (violin)
Max Salpeter (violin)
Raymond Jeremy (viola)
Douglas Cameron (violoncello)
Tchaikovsky's third and last String Quartet dates from the same period as the ballet Swan Lake. It was begun in Paris during the winter of 1875-76. ' 'I am working at full steam to finish the Quartet', he wrote to one of his brothers in February, 1876, after his return to Moscow. ' After that I shall rest for a while, i.e., do nothing but finish my ballet.'
The Quartet is dedicated to the memory of the Austrian violinist, Ferdinand Laub , the composer's friend and colleague and (as a member of the Moscow String Quartet) one of the original performers of his two earlier quartets, who had died in March, 1875. The elegiac mood of the whole composition touches its deepest gloom in the fine third movement.

Contributors

Violin: Samuel Kutcher
Violin: Max Salpeter
Viola: Raymond Jeremy
Viola: Douglas Cameron
Violinist: Ferdinand Laub

: The Counties of England YORKSHIRE

A journey to the three Ridings by D. G. Bridson
A programme of life on the Broad
Acres in tale, tradition, and song
This evening D. G. Bridson will present one of his most ambitious programmes-a programme that will tell the story of the three Ridings of Yorkshire from sea coast to mill, from dale to moor. You will hear the voices of 'Yorkshire folk, and an interviewer will build up a pattern and a picture of England's largest county in speech and music.
The programme is the first of several large-scale county histories that will be broadcast in the near future.

Contributors

Unknown: D. G. Bridson
Unknown: D. G. Bridson

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping

: A RECITAL

by Isobel Baillie (soprano)

Contributors

Soprano: Isobel Baillie

: JACK HARRIS AND HIS BAND

with Pat Taylor , Hughie Diamond

Contributors

Unknown: Pat Taylor
Unknown: Hughie Diamond

: A Programme of GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

Albert Schweitzer : Choral
No. 1, in E (Cesar Franck )
Alfred Sittard :
Organ Fantasia on Ein' Feste Burg ist unser Gott (A Stronghold Sure our God is still), Op. 27 (Reger)

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Schweitzer
Unknown: Cesar Franck
Unknown: Alfred Sittard
Unknown: Feste Burg








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