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A Mendelssohn was entering Fin. gal's Cave in Staffa a tune sprang to his brain, born of his genius and of Nature's disquiet. It grew into this Overture (so called, although it is not the prelude to a larger work), which is known also as the ' Hebrides ' Overture. The tune, a short but pregnant figure, appears at first in the bass.

Tanglewood Tales-I (James Ching ), told and played by ERIC FOGG
Folk Songs of Yorkshire (Broadwood and Mail-land)—Scarborough Fair; The Wassail Bough
Sung by HARRY HOPEWELT ,
Rhymes and Rhythms (Edgar May)
Sung by BETTY WHEATLEY
Story, ' Puddlekin Peter and the Pan Polish'
(Freda Treweek )

Contributors

Unknown:
James Ching
Played By:
Eric Fogg
Sung By:
Harry Hopewelt
Sung By:
Betty Wheatley
Unknown:
Puddlekin Peter
Unknown:
Freda Treweek

2ZY Manchester

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More