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THE BRITISH Trio:
ARTHUR CATTERALL (Violin), CLYDE TWELVETREES ('Cello), JOHN WILLS (Pianoforte)
THE fourth of Beethoven's Trios for Piano, Violin and 'Cello was written in the country, the samo summer (1808) in which ho finished his great Fifth Symphony, tho Pastoral Symphony, and the Choral Fantasia. Ho was thirty-seven years old, and his virilo forceful. ness and high spirits were at their best. Ho had attained full mastery of expression, and the music he was then writing has tremendous direct. ness.
Tho Trio is in four Movements, the first of which is preceded by a brief, rather slow Introduction.
THROUGHOUT almost all Dvorak's works we feel the presence of the national element-of the Bohemian folk-songs and folk-dances that lie heard in the village alehouse or on the village green. A Dumka is a piece of a passionate, elegiac character, and the word Dumky is the plural form. Dvorak's Dumky Trio, for Piano, Violin and 'Cello, consists of a succession of brief Movements which have in common a passionate emotion.

Contributors

Violin:
Arthur Catterall
Violin:
Clyde Twelvetrees
Cello:
John Wills

Hymn, ' Every morning the red sun ' (A. and M.,
No. 570) ..
Scripture Reading, Aets of the Apostles, chapter v, Verses 1-16
Hymn, 'Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty'
(A. and M., No. 160)
Address by the Rev. E. MILNER-SWIFT
Hymn, 'Holy Father, cheer our way ' (A. and M.,
No. 22)

Contributors

Unknown:
Rev. E. Milner-Swift

2ZY Manchester

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