A Symphony Concert
Members of the Berlin State Opera Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Leo Blech : Divertimento No. 6, for Two Flutes, Five Trumpets and Four Drums (Mozart)
The Walther Straram Orchestra of Paris, conducted by Walther Straram : L'Apres midi d'un Faune (A Faun's Afternoon) (Debussy)
Symphony Orchestra with Alex Cellier (organ), Luciene Petitjean and Denise Herbrecht (pianoforte) : Symphony No. 3, in C minor (Saint-Saens) —1. Allegro moderato ; 2. Poco adagio; 3. Scherzo : Allegro molto ; 4. Finale: Maestoso
in her original part of 'Olivia Marden ' in A. A. Milne 's Comedy âMr. Pim Passes by' The Characters in order of speaking :
The action takes place in the morning-room at Marden House, Buckinghamshire, on a day in July.
Production by PETER CRESWELL
(This play was broadcast in the National programme last night)
Anne, a parlour-maid:
Mr Carraway Pim:
George Marden, J P , her husband:
Lady Marden, his aunt:
THE WIRELESS MALE VOICE
Conductor, EDWIN BENBOW
ARTHUR CRANMER (baritone)
At the pianoforte, ERNEST LUSH
Though the songs in the present programme are not Students' Songs in the same sense as would be a similar programme of German music, they serve the same purpose. Actually, many of them are folk songs, one is a shanty, another a nursery rhyme, and practically all are traditional. Of their value as music, whoever sings them and however they are sung, one has only to note the names of those who have sponsored, or, as it is called, arranged them. In the whole day's programmes there is nothing to touch this half-hour for sheer musical worth.
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