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: CECIL CHADWICK

At the Organ of The Classic Cinema

: The Children's Hour

Request Day
' Tales of Hatchetty Hollow'-5
'All's Well that Ends Well' by ALLAN C. JENKINS

Contributors

Unknown: Allan C. Jenkins

: The First News

including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Northern Ireland News

: THE DOLCE SINGERS:

Megan Thomas (soprano); - Doris Cowen (contralto) ; Herbert Thorpe
(tenor); Foster Richardson (bass)
(From Regional)

Contributors

Soprano: Megan Thomas
Soprano: Doris Cowen
Contralto: Herbert Thorpe
Tenor: Foster Richardson

: Chamber Music

PHILIP WHITEWAY (violin)
ALBERT FITZGERALD (violin)
FREDERICK R. AMOR (viola)
GETHYN WYKEHAM-GEORGE
(violoncello)
THOMAS DAVIES (double bass)
RICHARD WALTHEW (clarinet)
VIVIAN GRAY (horn)
WILLIAM S. BATES (bassoon)
Schubert's Octet, favoured amongst his instrumental works when players of the necessary competence can be got together to perform it, is on the border line between orchestral and chamber music. In structure and material it has all the attributes of the symphony, despite the greater number- of its movements ; while on the other hand in spirit it is nearer the divertimenti of the eighteenth century. All of it is music of a light-hearted character, though its movements are well-contrasted. In range and colour the scoring of the Octet is masterly, and the attentive listener will observe how infallibly the colour is used to enrich the design.

Contributors

Violin: Albert Fitzgerald
Violin: Frederick R. Amor
Bassoon: William S. Bates

: The Second News

including Weather Forecast
Weather Forecast for Northern Ireland at 10.10








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