The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leo Blech : Ballet Music, Les petits riens (Mere Trifles) (Mozart))—Overture, Gavotte, Pantomime, Gavotte
Beatrice Harrison (violoncello), with Orchestra: Elegy (Delias) ; Caprice (Delius)
The New Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Goossens : Tintaget (Bax)
Emanuel List (bass) with Orchestra :
Hinunter (Drinking Song) (Kuntermann) ; Landsknechtsstandchen (Hermann)
The Wagon Rolls (Ftirst, Baumbach) Meta Seinemeyer (soprano) with Orchestra : Liebestraume No. 3 (Liszt) ; Die Nacht (Night) (Rubinstein)
Charles Kullman (tenor) with Orchestra: Ich liebe dich (I love thee) (Crieg) ; Still wie die Naeht (Still as the night) (Böhm) ; Vienna," city of my dreams (Sieczynski)
A Programme of Military Band Music by THE BAND OF
THE GARDE REPUBLICAINE
The Band of the Garde Républicaine was formed in the troublous year 1848, by the trumpet-major of the Garde de Paris. It was promoted to the status of a military band—' musique d'harmonie ' eight years later, and at the Universal Exhibition of 1867 ran away with the first prize in an international military band tournament. Membership of the band is decided by competition, and is recruited from Paris Conservatoire .prizewinners. The personnel also includes eminent professors of the Conservatoire and some of the best players from the leading symphony orchestras, such as the Opera Orchestre, the Societe des Concerts, the Lamoureux Orchestre and the Orchestre Colonne.
A Social Comedy
Specially written for broadcasting by E. M. DELAFIELD
The Characters :
Music arranged by ROBERT CHIGNELL ,
Under the direction of TREVOR HARVEY
Play produced by LANCE SIEVEKING
This play was originally broadcast on August 28, 1933, and was also broadcast in the National programme last nigh'
Yarrow, a schoolmaster:
Evans, his junior:
Pauline, her daughter:
Lady Lorrimer, mother of Dolly:
Julian Palliser, a portrait painter:
Thelma Fountain, his platonic friend:
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