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: A Recital of Gramophone Records

Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of New York: Prelude, Act I (La Traviata) (Verdi)
Heinrich Schlusnus (baritone): Mann nennt mich den schwarzen Studenten (The Force of Destiny) (Verdi)
Pampanini (soprano) and Merh
(tenor) : Love Duet (Madam Butterfly) (Puccini)
Gigli (tenor): Che gelida manina
(Your tiny hand is frozen) (La Boheme) (Puccini)
Arthur Fear (tenor) : Your Honour !
Ruffians (Falstaff) (Verdi)
Scala Chorus of Milan: Invocation to the Moon (Turandot) (Puccini)

Contributors

Baritone: Heinrich Schlusnus

: FOR THE SCHOOLS

READING TEST
2-35 (-2.55) Geography. Round the World-Term 2-Asia. Lesson 7 : Old Japan, by Colonel D. D. GUNN

Contributors

Unknown: Colonel D. D. Gunn

: Concerts for Primary Schools

Arranged by Mr. HERBERT WISEMAN
The Story of Music
Illustrated with Gramophone Records
Lesson 7. Opera : Bizet's Carmen Philadelphia Orchestra: Prelude to
Act i
Peter Dawson (bass-baritone) :
Toreador's Song ; (Sirs ! your toast)
Browning Mummery : Flower Song. Muriel Brunskill (contralto) : Gypsy Song (Act 11)
Philadelphia Orchestra: Soldiers changing the Guard

Contributors

Arranged By: Mr. Herbert Wiseman
Bass-Baritone: Peter Dawson
Unknown: Browning Mummery
Contralto: Muriel Brunskill

: The Children's Hour

Roaring like a Lion
Aberdeen Animals prepare for a blustery March

: 'The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin, followed by Scottish Announcements and Scottish Market
Prices for Farmers (From Edinburgh)
6 30 A Talk to Members of the Girls' Guildry
Miss M. J. HAy : The Art of Losing '

Contributors

Unknown: Miss M. J. Hay

: Gardening Talk

Mr. DUDLEY V. HOWELLS : March in the Garden'

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Dudley V. Howells

: Music by Mozart and Mendelssohn

AMY SAMUEL (soprano)
IDA FREIDEMANN (pianoforte)
CAMILLO RITTER (violin)
THE ROMANTIC TRADITION of German liederthat virtually began with Schubert and was later developed by Schumann, Franz, and Wolf, owes nothing to Mendelssohn, who preferred to carry on the classical song. Whereas the Romantic Song composers often exploited pictorial effects in their piano accompaniments and made the latter of equal importance to, and to some extent independent of, the melodic line, Mendelssohn was chiefly concerned with the writing of a beautiful and a singable melody more or less lightly harmonised. His best songs are melodious, graceful, and perfectly finished in form and evoke the general mood of the poem without any attempt at illustrative or psychological details.

Contributors

Soprano: Amy Samuel
Pianoforte: Ida Freidemann
Violin: Camillo Ritter

: 'The Second News'

Weather Forecast, Second General News Bulletin








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