' The Legend of the singing water', by BETTY KEANE
Songs by GRACE FIELD (soprano)
THOMAS STONES and his Saw
' Many Ways of Travel '-5
' Some Curious Modem Methods of Transport,' a talk by Major VERNON BROOK
JOHN CAPEL : Some famous Schoolmasters.' An imaginary interview with Dr. Arnold
ARNOLD OF RUGBY is the best known of three great Midland headmasters whom it is hoped to deal with ; the others being Sanderson of Oundle, and Thring of Uppingham.
ALFRED CAVE (violin)
LESLIE HEWARD (pianoforte) BOTH CÉSAR FRANCK and Eugene
Ysaye were born in Liége, and it was natural that the older musician should be interested in the younger, particularly as Ysaye was, in the opinion of many, the greatest violinist of his day. So struck was Franck at the talent of the young violinist, then about twenty-eight, that he determined to write for him and Madame Bordes-Pene, 4 great pianist who died early, a work-worthy of them. This is the Sonata he composed with that purpose in view.
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