at the Organ of the Paramount
The New English String Quartet:
Winifred Small (violin)
Eveline Thompson (violin)
Winifred Stiles (viola)
Florence Hooton (violoncello)
' Mr. Wilkes at Home in his own bar-parlour '
Presented by Pascoe Thornton and S. E. Reynolds
The sixth in a series of programmes that are being broadcast weekly to the Empire
' Why do birds "ant" themselves? '
A. H. Chisholm
from the University, Leeds
A recital by Margaret Maddison (pianoforte) and Maud Heaton (contralto)
Beethoven's Thirty-two Variations were written in 1806 and therefore represent the composer in full command of his creative gifts. The key scheme of these Variations is interesting : Variations 1-12 are in C minor, 13-17 in C major, and 18-32 in C minor.
F. Bonavia , in an article in the RADIO Times, said that in these Variations Beethoven ' recalls Bach on account of the material and spiritual unity of a work that resembles a chaconne in every particular. There is no change of rhythm and the only Change in tonality is given by the passage from minor into major
A programme of popular dance music on gramophone records
Another show from the ' top of the house' with a cast of Variety stars, including:
Rawicz and Landauer
Wheeler and Wilson
The Three Herons
Van Straten and his Band
Presentation by F. H. C. Piffard
F. H. C.
Lindrum v. Sidney Smith
A commentary during play by Willie Smith from Thurston's Hall
The Rustle of Spring (Sinding).
Spring (Varen-Elegiac Melodies) (Grieg). Summer Night on the River (Delius). L'Automne (Autumn) (Fauré). Winter (The Seasons) (Glazunov)
and listen to
Augustus Franzel 's Schrammel
Reserl, the landlord's daughter (Emmy Ludwig), will sing for the tourists, among whom are Jacques Brown , Rita Cave , and William Ashley
Fritz Kreisler (violin): Gitana; and Liebesleid (Love's Sorrow) (Kreisler)
John McCormack (tenor): Now sleeps the crimson petal (Quilter). Love's Secret (Bantock)
Fritz Kreisler (violin): Rondeau on a theme by Beethoven ; and Schon Rosmarin (Fair Rosemary) (Kreisler)
John McCormack (tenor): Three
Aspects ; and There (Parry)
Fritz Kreisler (violin): Tambourin chinois (Kreisler)
Directed by Jack Hardy
in French, German, and Italian
A discussion between
Sir Norman Vernon
Harold Macmillan , M.P.
R. A. Palmer
Chairman, Sir Daniel Hall
No. 3-The New Hippodrome
To be given before an audience in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting
G. D. Cunningham
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562-1621) was one of the greatest Dutch organists of the early seventeenth century. He left a great number of compositions which were some years ago collected and published in a complete edition. But it is as a teacher that he is chiefly famous. At one time all the leading organists in Germany had been his pupils, and so widespread was his influence and so sound were his methods that even Bach, born over a hundred years later, could be said to have been indirectly a pupil of Sweelinck.
(including Weather Forecast)
NEWS TALKS and SPORT
with Jean Wilson
with Johnny Mack
Len Camber from the New Albert Ballroom,
The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Oskar Fried : The Fire Bird (Stravinsky) - Introduction: The Dance of the Fire Bird. Dance of the Princesses. Infernal Dance of Kashchey's Subjects. Cradle Song and Finale
including Weather Forecast