Relayed from The Royal Prince's Parade,
Selection of Bizet's Music - arr. Uriach
Waltz, Beautiful Spring - Lincke
Duo (Jeux d'enfants) - Bizet
Pizzicato Serenade - Iliffe
Selection, New Moon - Romberg
Rhythm in Music - No.4
The Leipzig Gewandhaus Wind Quintet: Divertimento No. 8 in F (Mozart). Duke Ellington and his Orchestra: Creole Love Call (Ellington). The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted bv Alois Melichar: Brandenburg Concerto, No. 2 (Allegro) (Bach). Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra: I've got the world on a string (Koehlrr, Arlen). The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Albert Coates: Infernal Dance of all the Subjects of Kastchei (The Fire Bird) (Stravinsky).
by G. D. CUNNINGHAM v
Directed by Frank CanteU
Conductor, Sir DAN GODFREY
HAROLD FIELDING (Violin)
Relayed from The Pavilion, Bournemouth
WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN and Bulletin for Farmers
(Led by Marie Wilson )
Conducted by CYRIL DALMAINE
Most of the music of Balfour Gardiner known to listeners was composed prior to the War, but a number of his works remain in the repertory and increase in popularity. This overture, remodelled from a comparatively early work, was performed for the first time in May, 1911, at Queen's Hall, and has since become a familiar item in concerts of British music. Balfour Gardiner studied partly in Frankfort, and was there the colleague of Norman O'Neill , Roger Quilter , Cyril Scott , and Percy Grainger. He has always been very active in the interests of British music, and an older generation will remember with gratitude the important series of orchestral concerts devoted to the compositions of British musicians which ho gave some twenty years ago.
It would have been safe to say that Thomas F. Dunhill was known to listeners mainly as a chamber music and song composer until his recent triumph as a composer of the opera Tantivy Towers, to the book of A. P. Herbert. As a matter of fact, Dunhill is a composer of great versatility, though his tastes and activities lie very largely in the field of chamber music, to which he has contributed both as composer and author of a book on the subject. His enthusiasm began in his early days, while he was holding teaching posts at Eton College and the Royal College of Music. He then instituted a most important series of Chamber Music concerts which proved of special value to his many colleagues, the British composers whose works were the backbone of the performances.
Vaughan Williams has written little for pianoforte solo, but this work was originally an example in that form. It was later scored by him for string orchestra and given its present name. Charterhouse is Vaughan Williams 's old school.
Twelve Songs from Rudyard Kipling 's
'Just So' Stories
Set to Music by EDWARD GERMAN
Sung by DALE SMITH and Accompanied by VICTOR HELY-HUTCHINSON and BERKELEY MASON
When the Cabin Portholes The Camel's Hump
The Uninhabited Island
I keep six Honest Serving-Men I am the Most Wise Baviaan Kangaroo and Dingo Merrow Down
Of all the Tribe of Tegumai The Riddle
The First Friend
There was never a Queen like Balkis Rolling down to Rio
By CHRISTOPHER STONE
WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
Roy Fox and his BAND, relayed from The Kit-Cat