★ from page 89 of ' New Every Morning'
The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducted by Jascha Horenstein
Symphony No. 5, in B flat....Schubert
1 Allegro. 2 Andante con moto. 3 Minuetto. 4 Allegro vivace
by Frederick Dalrymple from the Canton Parish Church,
Lew Stone and his
' I Make Glass Eyes '
(To be repeated this evening: Midland 7.30)
Leader, Alfred Barker
Conducted by Joseph Lewis
George Armitage (tenor)
GEORGE ARMITAGE AND ORCHESTRA
by Pipe-Major William Ross
from the Pier Pavilion,
Oxford University life in cross-section
Written and produced by Stephen Potter
The cast will include :
Godfrey Kenton , John Mortimer , George Bradford , Norman -Shelley, Olga Edwards , Frith Banbury ,
(A recording of the broadcast in the Regional programme on Thursday)
Conductor, Jack Atherton from the Municipal Gardens,
A gramophone programme of tearful tunes our parents sang in the not-so-long-ago
Presented by Alan Keith
Eduard Erdmann (pianoforte) t
Bagatelle, Op. 12, No. 6 (Beethoven)
Elsie Suddaby (soprano): The lass with the delicate air (Michael Arne ). By thy banks, gentle Stour (Boyce, arr. Lehmann)
Eduard Erdmann (pianoforte) t
Intermezzo, Op. U7, No. 2. Intermezzo, Op. 117, No. 1 (Brahms)
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' Handel's Own Harpsichord
One day in 1852 a piano-tuner of Winchester sold an old, worn-out-looking harpsichord to a British firm of piano manufacturers.
That old instrument, which once belonged to Handel himself, is now in the Victoria and Albert Museum. On the way to the room where it stands in its glass case can be seen the splendid scarlet State Barge built for Frederick Prince of Wales in 1732. It was in noble craft like this that the court of George I listened to Handel's Water Music, and it was quite probably on this harpsichord that the music was composed.
Alan Ivimey , author and journalist, is going to tell you about the harpsichord, and the barge, and about an old city shop-front which stands close behind it. He will broadcast again tomorrow, this time on the subject of beacons.
by Carl Maria von Weber
The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducted by Hans Knappertsbusch with the State Opera Chorus
Produced by Heinrich Strohm
The action takes place in Bohemia in the seventeenth century
See the short article on page 12
Ottokar, reigning Prince:
Max, a young huntsman:
Agathe, his daughter:
Aennchen, a young relative:
Kaspar, a young huntsman:
Kilian, a rich peasant:
reviewed by Christopher Stone
by Rodney Ackland
Adapted from the novel by Hugh Walpole with Mary Jerrold as Lucy Amorest
Jean Cadell as May Beringer
Edith Evans as Agatha Payne
The action takes place in an old house in Pontippy Square, Polchester
Production by John Richmond
The Old Ladies, which was first produced at the New Theatre in 1935, deals with a phase in the life of three elderly residents of a Polchester boarding-house. Those who think that the common human emotions are dead in the very old will find much to disillusion them in this story of the private hopes and fears of three very much alive people. Mary Jerrold, Jean Cadell, and Edith Evans are all playing the original parts that they took at the New Theatre.
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' East in Western Dress'
The exotic music of Asia has long exercised a peculiar fascination on European composers. It has attracted them and they have wanted to incorporate it, or some of its features, in their own work ; but they have always been checked by the sheer impossibility of reconciling the totally dissimilar musical systems of East and West.' Consequently Western attempts at Oriental music are at best a compromise and often only a convention. Mozart's ' Turkish music', for instance, is purely conventional, while Weber and Hoist at least based their music on genuine Arabian and Japanese melodies.
with Beryl Davis
The Romaniacs from the Palais de Danse,
Natan Milstein (violin)
Leopold Mittmann (pianoforte)