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: The Children's Hour

(Midland Programme)

: THE FIRST NEWS

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

: Mystery Week-End'

A Serial Northern Thriller in weekly instalments by ALAN MELVILLE
Adapted by the author from his novel
' Week-End at Thrackley'
Fourth instalment: ' Dangerous Exit'
Produced by JAN BUSSELL

Contributors

Produced By: Jan Bussell

: EDNA HARPER

(songs at the pianoforte)

: THE HIRSCH STRING QUARTET:

Leonard Hirsch (first violin)
Sydney Errington (viola)
Reginald Stead
Leonard Baker (violoncello)
Pat Ryan (clarinet) i. Allegro
2. Larghetto 3. Minuetto
4. Allegretto con variazioni
Mozart's Clarinet Quintet in A has always been known as the ' Stadler-quintet', since it was composed by Mozart for his friend Anton Stadler , a celebrated clarinet player. The quintet ranks very high in Mozart's chamber music, as high, some musicians think, as the two quintets for strings composed in the last two years oi Mozart's life, when his powers were at their most mature.
Of the four movements, the second is probably the most familiar, from the fact of its many arrangements for other instruments; for, though a slow movement, actually it is little more than a very beautiful clarinet solo with a simple accompaniment.

Contributors

Unknown: Leonard Hirsch
Viola: Reginald Stead
Unknown: Leonard Baker
Clarinet: Pat Ryan
Unknown: Anton Stadler

: ' Happy Feet'

Dance Music on Gramophone Records arranged and presented by BRENT WOOD

Contributors

Presented By: Brent Wood

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News
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