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: DUDLEY SAVAGE

at the Organ of the Royal Cinema,
Plymouth

: SONGS BYJUSTUS HERMANN WETZEL

A recital by Stiles-Allen (soprano) and Dennis Noble (baritone)
STILES-ALLEN
Frische Fahrt (Brisk Journey) Das Madchen (The Girl)
Das zerbrochene Ringlein (The
Broken Ring)
Der Student
DENNIS NOBLE
An die Schonheit (To Beauty) Die Flamme (The Flame)
Kiinstlers Abendlied (The Artist's
Evening Song)
STILES-ALLEN
Wie der stohnende Wind (Like the Wind)
Wie sind die Tage (How are the days) Assistono diversi santi (The Various
Saints)
Die schone Nacht (Lovely Night) Elfe
DENNIS NOBLE
Wanderschaft (Wandering)
Cophtisches Lied II (Coptic Song) Absterben (Fading)
Einschrankung (Restraint)
In October last the work of Justus Wetzel was heard for the first time in this country. This composer's songs include settings of some of the finest poems by the Germen poets Hesse, Goethe, Spitteler, and Eichendorff.
Wetzel was born in Kyritz in 1879. He studied medicine and biology at Berlin University and philosophy at Marburg, and later graduated in zoology. He reatised, however, that science would leave him unsatisfied, and that he must turn to music. In 1925 he was appointed professor to the Akademie fur Kirchen - und - Schulmusik at Berlin-Charlottenburg.

Contributors

Baritone: Dennis Noble
Unknown: Das Madchen
Unknown: Kiinstlers Abendlied
Unknown: Justus Wetzel

: 'IN MY GARDEN A

series of short talks by all types of West-Country gardeners

: AL DURRANT AND HISDANCE ORCHESTRA

with George MacDowell
Richard English

Contributors

Unknown: George MacDowell
Unknown: Richard English

: THE BBCWEST OF ENGLAND SINGERS

Conductor, Joseph Jenkins

Contributors

Conductor: Joseph Jenkins

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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