The Flonzaley Quartet : Quartet in D flat, Op. 15 (Dohnanyi) — 1. Andante — Allegro ; 2. Presto acciaccato ; 3. Molto adagio
The Griller String Quartet : Quartet in A (Armstrong Gibbs) — 1. Lento espressivo-Poco piu mosso ; 2. Moderato-Allegro molto ; 3. Andante moderato ; 4. Con moto ma non troppo
Listening to London-No.2 2
A Broadcast from
THE ROYAL MINT
By permission of the Deputy Master and Comptroller, the Children's Hour microphones will tour the Royal Mint. This is the first occasion in the history of broadcasting that such an arrangement has been effected
5.35 'Dominies off Duty ' — No. 8
Games and so on HOWARD MARSHALL
A short programme of Gramophone
A programme of music composed or arranged by William Rimmer (1861-1936) with Reminiscences of a life devoted to the Services of the Brass Band World
FODEN'S MOTOR WORKS BAND
Principal cornet, HARRY MORTIMER
Conductor, FRED MORTIMER and a quartet composed of CLIFTON JONES (cornet), Irwell Springs Band; OWEN BOTTOMLEY (cornet), Black Dyke Mills Band; FRED FLETCHER (tenor horn), Wingates Temperance Band; FRED ApPLEBY (euphonium),
Hebden Bridge Band
March, Honest Toil
Selection, Gems of Schubert Overture, Rule Britannia
Humoresque, The Coster's Wedding Quartet, The Mountain Breezes
Selection from Beethoven's ' Eroica '
The programme arranged by D. G. BRIDSON and CRAWFORD McNAIR and presented by J. HENRY ILES , Founder and President of The Brass Band
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