2.5 Round the Village
' The Grouse-shooter'
JOHN R. ALLAN
2.25 National Programme
3.0 Concert Lessons
' Bach and the Concerto '
HERBERT WISEMAN , Director of Music to the Edinburgh Corporation
An Orchestral Concert by The BBC Scottish Orchestra
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conducted by Ian Whyte
Concerto in E for solo violin and orchestra (first movement)
Rondeau and Badinerie (from Suite in B minor)
Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, in G
Conductor. Gregor J. Grant
March, Stars and Stripes......Sousa Overture, Die Fledermaus (The Bat)
Johann Strauss , arr. Denis Wright
Fair Daughter of Love (Rigoletto)
Verdi, arr. G. 7. Grant
Invitation to the Dance
Weber, arr. G. 7. Grant
Cavalcade of Martial songs Nicholls
Act 1 of George Lloyd's Opera
Performed by the Covent Garden
English Opera Company from the Theatre Royal, Glasgow
The London Philharmonic Orchestra (Section B)
Producer, Vladimir Rosing
Conductor, Albert Coates
The Serf was first performed at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, last month. lernin, the first opera of George Lloyd to he performed in the West End of London, had a Cornish theme, but the story of The Serf has the Yorkshire hills as a background. The period is twelfth-century England, when Stephen was having a troubled reign with Saxon and Norman elements very much at variance.
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