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: The Children's Hour

Songs by MARY POLLOCK (soprano)
ERNEST BOULTON (banjo)
Result of Competition by CELESTINE PRINT
5.30 From a European Capital-2:
' The Hague' by Mijnheer VAN MAASLAND
(From Regional)

Contributors

Songs By: Mary Pollock
Soprano: Ernest Boulton

: The First News

including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Midland Announcements and Midland Bulletin for Farmers

: THE LINDEN WIND TRIO

George Barrett (flute) ; Lucy Vincent (oboe); Arthur Roberts (pianoforte)
EVELINE STEVENSON (soprano)
Gottfried Finger was born at Olmutz in Moravia during the seventeenth century. He came to England in 1685 and was fortunate in securing the patronage of James II. Among his numerous works there are ' Six Sonatas or Solos, three for a Violin and three for a Flute', with John Banister he published a series of ' Ayres, Chacones, Divisions, Sonatas for Violins and Flutes', and with another musician 'a set of Sonatas in five parts for Flutes and Hautboys '.
Finger also composed a considerable amount of music for the theatre ; he was awarded a prize for the composition of Congreve's Masque ' The Judgment of Paris ', but owing to the indifference shown to this work, he left England and returned to Germany where he was appointed Chamber Musician to the Queen of Prussia. Very little is known about this composer's later life, but he is said to have written two German operas while living at Berlin.

Contributors

Flute: George Barrett
Flute: Lucy Vincent
Oboe: Arthur Roberts
Soprano: Eveline Stevenson
Unknown: Gottfried Finger
Unknown: James Ii.
Unknown: John Banister

: Midland Parliament-4

' Unemployment and Pension Schemes'
A discussion between Sir CHARLES MANDER , G. H. JONES , ISAAC GEORGE , A. P. YOUNG , and HERBERT BUCKLER
The discussion will deal with the three kinds of provision-by the State doing it all; by personal saving, or collective saving through a friendly society ; and by industry itself treating unemployment and superannuation as normal charges upon it. The object is to discover which of these methods, and what admixture of them, would be best for the happiness of Midland industry.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Charles Mander
Unknown: G. H. Jones
Unknown: Isaac George
Unknown: A. P. Young
Unknown: Herbert Buckler

: A Record Parade

Presented by MARTYN C. WEBSTER

Contributors

Presented By: Martyn C. Webster

: Time Signal

Weather Forecast and News








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