LEONIE ZIFADO (Soprano)
PHILIP BERTRAM (Baritone)
THIS Minuet has been popular in programmes
-L since before 1890, which was the year Paderewski first visited this country as a solo pianist. It is his Opus One, and nothing he has written since has so attracted the public. Paderewski has, however, composed many works in large form, including two operas, the more successful one being Manru, and a symphony, very long and very Polish in character, which was performed in London under Richter in 1909.
SIGURD LIE , a Norwegian musician who died in 1904 at the age of thirty-three, showed such high promise that had lie lived, it is thought he would have been one of the most important of Scandinavian composers. In a short life ho was active as a violinist, conductor and composer in Bergen and Cluistiania (Oslo).
A Play for the Microphone by L. DU GARDE PEACH
Produced by HOWARD ROSE
Mrs. Downing John Burdon
Sir John Labourer
Susan Sarah Burdon
Hoskins West Hogg John
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