Leader, Frank Thomas
Conducted by Mansel Thomas
Hilda Searle (soprano)
at the Organ of the Forum Cinema,
« My Friends the Greeks '
Dilys powell married the late
Humfry Payne , whose discoveries in connection with the archaic marbles of the Acropolis won him fame at the age of thirty-nine. On their marriage they went out to Athens,
Humfry Payne then being a student of the British School of Archæology.
Every year since then she has spent her summers in Greece, travelling extensively and unconventionally—on foot and on muleback.
In 1929 her husband was made
Director of the British School, and from then until his death in 1936 she regularly accompanied him on archæological expeditions. She was living in Athens at the time of the revolutions of 1933 and 1935 the coup d’état of August, 1936.
For the last year Dilys Powell has been on the editorial staff of the Sunday Times. author of a critical study of contemporary poetry 'Descent from Parnassus .’.
(Transcriptions by Fred. C. Davison)
(All arranged by Kennedy-Fraser)
Margaret Kennedy (contralto), accompanied by Marine Kennedy -
Fraser: The Bens of Jura. Heart o' Fire Love. Dcidre's Farewell to Scotland. An Eriskay Lullaby
Patuffa Kennedy-Fraser (to her own harp accompaniment) : The Mull-Fisher's Love Song. Islay Reaper's Song. A Fairy Plaint.
Pulling the Sea Dulse
Waltz (Eugene Onegin )
Tchaikovsky, arr. Weninger
KN (Pianoforte novelty).....Steele
(Solo pianoforte, ROBERT KEYS)
Rumba, Capulitto di Aleli Hernandez Electric guitar solo, A Thought of the East......Fillis
(Soloist, ERIC SHRIMPTON)
La Paloma (The Dove) (Paraphrase)
Yradier, arr. Wemnger
Dark Eyes......arr. Magnante
(Solo accordion, EMILIO)
Selection, Hide and Seek Ellis
The Eastbourne Municipal
Leader, John Davies
Conducted by Constant Lambert and Kneale Kelley from the Winter Garden, Eastbourne )
Stanley Bate studied composition at the Royal College of Music under Vaughan Williams , where he was awarded the Cobbett, the Ernest Farrar , and the Sullivan Memorial Prizes for composition. He then went abroad on the Octavia Travelling Scholarship and studied in Paris with Nadia Boulanger and afterwards with Hindemith in Berlin. His compositions include two operas, a symphony, and an overture.
(Conducted by CONSTANT LAMBERT)
by Helen Henschel
Light Music by British Composers
John Gielgud in A discussion on the production of Chekhov's plays with special reference to ' The Three Sisters ' now running at the Queen's Theatre
including Weather Forecast
by Lilias Mackinnon
A Russian Programme
' Skilled Training-has it a future ? '
from the Winter Gardens, Morecambe
Born February 6, 1838
' Personal Reminiscences'
' Irving as an Arti.st'
One hundred years ago last Sunday the greatest personality of the Victorian stage was born. Sir Henry Irving as Shylock, Becket, Mathias, and in many another role was to fill the Lyceum Theatre to overflowing for nearly a quarter of a century. It is fitting that listeners should hear something about Irving the artist by one of our leading dramatic critics, and about Irving the man by a famous actress who appeared with him in King Henry the Eighth, playing Anne Boleyn , and in two other plays understudied Ellen Terry , who was for so long associated with Irving at the Lyceum.
(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS
Directed by Sydney Lipton with CHIPS CHIPPENDALL
THE THREE T's from Grosvenor House, Park Lane
, at 11.30
Yehudi Menuhin (violin): La
Folia (Corelli). Sarabande and Tambourin (Leclair, arr. Sarasate). Caprice in G minor, Op. 1, No. 6 (Paganini, arr. Enesco)
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