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BEETHOVEN'S SONATAS for VIOLIN and PIANOFORTE
Played by ERNEST WHITFIELD and KENDAL TAYLOR
No. 1, Second and Third Movements
THE Second Movement consists of a lengthy
Air and four Variations, with a brief Coda, rounding the Movement off.
The Third Movement (Quick) is a very skittish dance— a ' Rondo.' The tune with which the Piano starts off, and which the Violin repeats, dominates the Movement.

TO the cricketer, the approach of May means one thing and one thing only-the return of what he secretly regards as the only real game to play. At this time of the year the air is full of promise, and everywhere bats are being unwrapped and flannels restored to the lisht of day ; grounds reawaken, and at the nets the knock of bat on ball is heard again. And to the non-playing cricketer Wisden becomes not merely the solace of a desolate winter, but a live reference book again ; the county table is open for reshuffling, individual records lose their security, and the book of cricket history lies open at a fair page. This evening Colonel Philip Trevor , one of the leading writers on the game, will give an authoritative survey of the prospects for 1928.

5XX Daventry

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