at the Organ of the Gaumont Palace
The Pro Arte Quartet: Quartet in F, Op. 2, No. 3 (Haydn)
Cortot (pianoforte), Thibaud
(violin), Casals (violoncello): Trio in B flat, Op. 99 (Schubert)-l Allegro moderato. 2 Andante un poco mosso. 3 Scherzo. 4 Rondo: Allegro Vivace
Directed by Jack Hardy
Leader, Leonard Hirsch
Conductor, Eric Fogg
Toeschi was an Italian born in 1722 who settled in Germany. He studied at Mannheim under the famous composer and violinist Stamitz, and became a violinist in the Mannheim
Orchestra, of which he later succeeded Stamitz as Konzertmeister.
He composed music of all kinds, including many symphonies.
The Symphony in D opens with a lively Allegro, followed by a graceful Andante which consists of an original duet between first and second violins. The finale contains some brilliant writing for the violin, clearly showing the composer's admiration for his own instrument.
Directed by Rene Tapponnier from the Carlton Hotel
Joseph Hislop (tenor): Jessie, the Flower of Dunblane (Smith). The Island Herdmaid ; an Island Sheiling Song (Songs of the Hebrides) (arr. Kennedy-Fraser). The English Rose (Merrie England) (Edicard German)
The BBC Midland Orchestra
Leader, Alfred Cave
Conducted by Leslie Heward
A radio version of the Lilian Harvey -Conrad Veidt film produced by Erich Pommer
(By permission of UFA)
From the story by Norbert Falk and Robert Leibmann. Dialogue and lvrics by Rowland Leigh. Additional English lyrics by John Keir Cross. Radio adaptation by B. Martin Marks. Music by W. R. Heymann. Adaptation of old Viennese melodies and radio score by Jack Beaver
Radio production by Douglas Moodie with Conrad Veidt in his original part of the Prince Metternich and Eve Lister as Christel, the little glove seller
Other parts played by Laura Smithson , Brough Robertson , Cyril Lidington , Marie Daeblitz , Tarver Penna , Brember Wills ,
Eric Palmer , and Marie Lewis
The Rae Jenkins Schrammel
The BBC Revue Chorus and the BBC Theatre Orchestra
Conducted by Mark H. Lubbock
See the article by B. Martin Marks and Douglas Moodie on page 10
‘ Congress Dances' was broadcast in the National programme on Wednesday
Alexander, Tsar of Russia:
Uralsky (his understudy):
Eibikoff (his Adjutant):
Pepi (confidential secretacy to Prince Metternich):
Madame la Comtesse:
including Weather Forecast
Dancing tonight to
Eddie Carroll and his Music
Admission by Radio only
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Symphony in F minor, Op. 12
1 Allegro ma non troppo un poco maestoso. 2 Scherzo. 3 Andante cantabile. 4 Finale : Allegro assai, molto appassionato
(First broadcast performance)
Strauss's Symphony in F minor was written during the years 1883-4. Although an interesting and well-constructed work, it gives but small indication of the future development of the composer. Summing up Strauss's works of this period, including the symphony, Ernest Newman points out that ' there is often a good deal of ardour in the writing, but it is the ardour of the intellect rather than of the emotions. Though he is sometimes dry, he is scarcely ever dull ; the dryness is a personal tang; it suggests a sinewy young athlete's joy in his own energizing and in his freedom from anything like excess of feeling '.
A recorded programme on the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, past and present
Devised by George Drinkwater and Jack Inglis
This programme traces the history of the historic race between Oxford and Cambridge on the Thames, from the first race rowed in 1829 down to the present day: Cambridge having won 47 and Oxford 41.
By means of records listeners will hear Lord Desborough, who rowed for Oxford in 1877, describing the famous dead heat of that year ; Harcourt Gold, who stroked Oxford in 1896, describing the only time that Oxford, or either boat. won after being behind at Barnes Bridge ; R. C. Bourne , who was the Oxford stroke in 1912, speaking of the race in which both boats sank-Oxford eventually winning the race, which was rowed again ; and F. I. Pitman , who rowed for Cambridge in 1886, speaking of the sensational race when Hammersmith Bridge was being rebuilt and it was believed that it was not possible for the two boats to go through at the same time with- . out crashing. Actually both did, with a matter of inches to spare.
Finally listeners will hear records covering the practice for this year's race, to be rowed and broadcast tomorrow.
(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT. TOPICAL TALKS
with HELEN CLARE, JACK COOPER, JOE FERRIE, THE JAKDAUZ from the Dorchester Hotel
Adolf Busch Chamber Players :
Adagio-Fugue (K. 546) (Mozart)
Edwin Fischer Chamber Orchestra : Ricercare a 6 voci (The Musical Offering) (Bach, arr. Fischer)
including Weather Forecast