at the Organ of the Ritz Cinema,
(Duets on Two Pianos)
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor, Guy Warrack
Euphemia Gray (pianoforte)
A short story by Katherine Mansfield read by Molly Cullen
. from the Houldsworth Hall ,
A Recital by John McKenna (tenor)
At the pianoforte, Dora Gilson
(by permission of Col. Arthur Smith , D.S.O., M.C., Commanding Coldstream
Conducted by Lt. J. Causley Windram, Director of Music,
Coldstream Guards from the Empire Exhibition
Paul Godwin 's Orchestra: In the Magic Woods of Weber (Urbach)
Don Rico and his Gypsy Girls'
Orchestra: Waltzes from Vienna (Johann Strauss , arr. Irwin). The Spirit of the Matador (Pana)
Orchestre Raymonde: Selection,
Crest of the Wave (Novello)
International Novelty Orchestra:
Ginger Snaps ; and Danse bagatelle (Bourdon)
Alfredo and his Orchestra: Selection, Paganini (Lehdr)
Orchestra Louise: Moya,
Lovely Moya (O'Brien, Peter) ; Come to the Ball (The Quaker Girl) (Ross, Monckton)
New Mayfair Orchestra: Selection, Mother of Pearl (Straus)
Grand Symphony Orchestra:
Leader, Philip Whiteway
B. Walton O'Donnell
Alfredo Campoli (violin)
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A visit to some of the well-known Night Clubs and Dance Halls of the Negro Quarter of New York City conducted by Alan Keith , with the help of some gramophone records
Number Nine of a Radio Magazine
From Solent to Severn, and West to Land's End
' Pets Comer'
Frogs Froggie Skewes of Camkie
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' Bring your own Music' Mouth Organ Jim Small of Cheddar Zither George Whitehead of Exeter Hydrodactylopsychicharmonica Rosie Beaumont Walford of Chard ' Thought for Food ' Dorset Country Recipes G. W. Greening of Evershot ' Material for Autobiography ' The Sea Jack Collings of Port Isaac The Road Hector Crout of Bristol The Boards George Perks of Bristol ' Birds I View ' Game Calls Harry Savory of Clifton Compere, Michael Holloway (Western)
from the Concert Hall,
Broadcasting House by Ralph Downes
(First broadcast performance)
Hindemith has written two Sonatas for organ, both of which were written in 1937. In style and content they continue on the lines of the three piano sonatas written in 1936. They exhibit a strong tendency to reconcile modern counterpoint with tonal harmony, a tendency which the composer has advocated theoretically in his recent treatise ' Unterweisung im Tonsatz '.
Both Organ Sonatas received their world first performance by Ralph Downes last January.
from the Empire Exhibition
Tonight's programme by Ambrose from the Concert Hall of the Empire Exhibition will include a symphonic arrangement of ' When day is done ', ' Bells of St. Mary', 'My love is like a red, red, rose ' ; also many popular tunes of today, and for the swing fans such numbers as ‘Nightride’. '.
This will be Ambrose's third visit to Glasgow. He has left the Cafe de Paris for one week only in order to fulfil this engagement. It is his first appearance in the provinces for two years.
Detroit Redwings v.
A commentary on the final period of the Challenge Match by Stewart MacPherson from the Empress Hall,
This is the first broadcast of a professional ice-hockey match in Europe. It is the fifth of six matches at the Earls Court and Brighton rinks between Detroit Redwings and Montreal Canadiens. Three years' ago Detroit put the Canadiens out of the world championship final ; last winter the Canadiens got their own back in the semi-final. There is a side stake of £1,000 on the result of this series of six matches.
To show how evenly the teams are matched, in the first match at Earls Court on April 21 Montreal won by 5 games to 4, and at Brighton on April 23 the result was a tie-5 all.
The outstanding difference between the professional game and the amateur is that in the professional game body-checking is allowed in all areas and on the boards, and in the amateur game it is forbidden in the middle area or on the barriers.
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SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS
Directed by Sydney Lipton with CHIPS CHIPPENDALL
THE THREE T's and AL BOWLLY from Grosvenor House, Park Lane
Vladimin Rosing (tenor): In the Silent Night, Spring Waters, Oh, do not sing again, and The Island (Rachmaninoff)
Gerhard Hüsch (baritone): Spielmannslieder, Op. 77. No. 4 Tanzlied, No. 5 Spielmannssehnen, No. 8 Ich cang mich durch, and Mondschein (Kilpinen)
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