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: THE HADLEY ORPHEUS CHOIR

Conductor, RAYMOND LEWIS
Formed thirty-one years ago, this Choir has won over forty prizes at Festivals, including firsts at the Royal Welsh National Eisteddfodau at Mold, Pwllheli, and Wrexham. It was first broadcast fifteen months ago.

Contributors

Conductor: Raymond Lewis

: THE LEICESTER OPERA HOUSE ORCHESTRA

Conducted by JACK ROBSON
This is the first Midland broadcast of this orchestra. Most of the players have been with it at least ten years. The solo violinist, Mr. Mansfield, was a member of Leicester Symphony Orchestra. The musical director, Mr. Robson, came to Leicester a year ago from the New Theatre, Cambridge. He toured as musical director with Lido Lady, Desert Song, and Rose Marie.

Contributors

Conducted By: Jack Robson
Unknown: Rose Marie.

: THE NEWS

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: Malvern Festival Concert

THE CITY OF
BIRMINGHAM ORCHESTRA
Leader, ALFRED CAVE
Conductor, LESLIE HEWARD
FRANK TITTERTON (tenor)
Relayed from
The Winter Gardens, Malvem
The Mozart Symphony in C major (K. 338) was one of three that he wrote at Salzburg in 1779-80, the period of his service with the Archbishop. In 1781 occurred the celebrated incident of the kicking of Mozart by the Archbishop's steward, in consequence of which he left Salzburg for ever.
This delightful work, one of the finest of all Mozart's earlier symphonies —'all air and fire ', as one critic has described it-was long unaccountably neglected, but is now an established favourite. The champagne-like sparkle of the first movement, the grace of the second and the fire of the third are unforgettable.

Contributors

Conductor: Leslie Heward
Tenor: Frank Titterton

: A Pianoforte Recital

by VICTOR HELY-HUTCHINSON

Contributors

Unknown: Victor Hely-Hutchinson








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