H. WALFORD DAVIES , Mus. Doc... "Elementary Music."
by Ethel M. Hewitt.
from Shepherd's Bush Pavilion.
Trombone Solos by Peggy Cochrane , "Old Mother Frost. " Told by Harcourt Williams. " Charlemagne and His Champions " (6), Told by Uncle Ajax.
Lady ADAM SMITH on Toe
H." S.B. from Aberdeen. -
" Phantasie-Stucke," Op. 12
(a) "Evening " ; (b) '-' Soaring " ;
(c) "Why? "; (d) "Whims."
under the auspices of L'Institut Franeais - "Mlle.
Perle et Autres Contes."
" by PHILEMON.
THE WIRELESS MILITARY
Conducted by DAN GODFREY. ALICE VAUGHAN (Contralto). SYDNEY NORTHCOTE (Tenor).
By General Request a Repeat
The broadcast will be given.
"Retreat." by the Drums of the 2nd Batt. Scots Guards.
Infantry March Past and Figure March.
Introducing The Wireless Military Band.
Pipes, Drums, and Fifes of the 2nd Batt. Scots Guards.
THE WIRELESS CHORUS in Soldiers' Songs.
TRUMPETERS OF THE ROYAL HORSE GUARDS.
ARTILLERY MUSICAL DRIVE.
Introducing the Tanks, Anti-Aircraft Batteries, and Aeroplanes.
GRAND FINALE and MARCH PAST.
NOTE.-The whole of this production will be carried out in the Studio. The Trumpeters, Pipers, and Drummers of the Regiments named will be present, by the kind permission of their respective Commanding Officers. Listeners are asked to imagine that they are seated opposite the centre of the arena in which the Tattoo is taking place. The various detachments would enter at one end, perform their evolutions, and retire by the opposite exit.
These evolutions, and the presence of the detachments performing them, will be suggested by specially arranged Sound Effects.
Sir H. WALFORD DAVIES :
"Music and the Ordinary Listener. How Notes are Related."
Jay Whidden and his Midnight Follies Dance Orchestra from the Hotel Metropole.