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: The Children's Hour

' Further Adventures into Concertland ' by HAROLD GRAY
With violin illustrations by NORRIS
STANLEY
Songs by ERIC CROSS (tenor)
' The Amazing Story of Captain
Falconer ', by ESTELLE STEEL-HARPER
Harold Gray is deputy-conductor of the City of Birmingham Orchestra, and conductor of Sutton Coldfield Musical Committee. He has conducted Worcestershire Association of Musical Societies, and his Concertland Talks were a popular Children's Hour feature last winter

Contributors

Songs By: Eric Cross
Unknown: Estelle Steel-Harper
Unknown: Harold Gray

: ' The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News
Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Announcements

: THE BIRMINGHAM PHILHARMONIC STRING ORCHESTRA

(Leader, ROLAND SIRRELL )
Conducted by JOHAN HOCK
ALICE VAUGHAN (contralto)
Arcangelo Corelli-who, living between 1653 and 1713, was of the musical generation before Handel-is considered the father of violin playing as we know it today. He was one of the greatest violinists of his time and instituted many reforms in style and performance, but it is his compositions that have more materially benefited us. His most important works are the concerti grossi. These consist in the fashion of the time, mainly of dance movements.

Contributors

Leader: Roland Sirrell
Conducted By: Johan Hock
Contralto: Alice Vaughan

: ' The Second News'

Weather Forecast
Second General News Bulletin








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