Bailes Y Cantos Tipicos
Arranged by ROBERT BARRINGTON and presented by JOHN PUDNEY
The first of a weekly series of programmes arranged for listeners in the Empire. They will vary in character, and will be broadcast each Friday at this time
' Swallows and Amazons ', by ARTHUR RANSOME , adapted as a dialogue story by BARBARA SLEIGH
3-''Leading Lights ' with Robert Holland , Rosamond Barnes , Valerie Leonard , Henry Hepworth , Pamela Standish , Viola Merrett,
Edwin Ellis and Cyril Nash
LEONARD GOWINGS (tenor)
The Music of Eric Coates
ORCHESTRA March, London Bridge Under the Stars
LEONARD GOWINGS AND ORCHESTRA
Who is Sylvia?
Bird Songs at Eventide
The Three Bears
I pitch my lonely caravan Sea Rapture
Through all the ages
Song of Loyalty
Suite, London Again i. Oxford Street ; 2. Langham Place ; 3. Mayfair
by CHARLES LYNCH
Charles Lynch was born in County Cork in 1906 and entered the Cork School of Music at the age of eight where he studied piano and harmony for six years with Dr. Hannaford. In 1921 he won the Elizabeth Stoke scholarship and entered the Royal Academy of Music, where he studied for three years with T. B. Knott and for three years with York Bowen.
On leaving the R.A.M. he studied for some years with Egon Petri. His first public appearance in London, in 1932, was with the Harrison sisters, when he-played the Bax 'Cello Sonata with Beatrice Harrison. The same year he played in Amsterdam with Beatrice Harrison and Bernard Shore.
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell and Co., Ltd.)
Principal violin, MARIE WILSON
Conducted by SIR HENRY J. WOOD
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Sir Henry J.
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