A. DANGERFIELD : 'My time as a Cowpuncher'
MR. A. DANGERFIELD , who lives in a house-boat on the South Coast, was for twenty years a Midland doctor. He served in Macedonia during the War. His American experiences included ranching, gold-digging, clearing brush for telephone poles, commanding a Chinese refugee camp just after the San Francisco earthquake, and practising medicine in a mining camp for three years.
(Leader, ROLAND SIRRELL )
Conducted by JOHAN HOCK
ARTHUR CATTERALL (violin)
Relayed from Queen's College, Birmingham
ARTHUR CATTERALL formerly organised a series of orchestral concerts in Birmingham. ' The Devil's Trill', ', which he is to play, was written by Tartini while he was at Assisi; it was an attempt to recapture music which he heard in a dream.
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