ELISE STEELE (VIotin)
DOROTHEA ViNCENT (Pianoforte)
Sonata in C Minor - Beethoven
Sonata Movement - Brahms
By Dr. Charles F. Waters, relayed from St. Mary-le-Bow
The Hotel Metropole Orchestra
(Leader, A. Mantovani)
From the Hotel Metropole
From the May Fair Hotel
This afternoon's talk will deal generally with the Kellogg proposals for the outlawry of War, and refer in particular to an organization that has been formed of British and American women to secure international support for these proposals from the Women of the World.
Mrs. Corbett Ashby's subject is one that cannot afford to be neglected by anyone interested in world politics or in the great international feeling of the present day which is determined, however incoherently that feeling may be expressed, that War shall be no more.
The Family— at least, as many members thereof as are available—will gather together once again
From the Prince of Wales Playhouse, Lewisham
the BBC Music Critic
MISCELLANEOUS Piano WORKS OF MOZART
Played by ETHEL BARTLETT
Rondo in A
GERTRUDE JOHNSON (Soprano)
ANTONIO BROSA (Violin)
THE WntELESS CHOBUS
(Chorus Master, STANFORD RoBiNSON )
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA, conducted by PEDBO G. MORALES
'PEDRO G. MORALES , who has organized -L this concert of representative present-day Spanish music, is a distinguished poet, composer, conductor,string player and critic (bom in 1879) who is known in Spain as a leading authority on English music, and here as a welcome unofHcial ambassador of Spanish music. His concerts in England after the war served to Introduce to us a good many now Spanish works, and in 1927 he gave the Srst B.B.C. concert of Spanish symphonic music under a Spanish conductor. The programme contains pieces now being performed for the Brat or second time in this country: Turina. de Falla and Morales belong to the South of Spain. The predominating type of music, as almost always in Spanish programmes, is Andatuaian, though the art songs (the form of music the least cultivated of all in Spain) are essentially Latin in style, having nothing in common with Spanish folk-lore.
TOAQUIN TURINA , though a Spaniard, had a Parisian musical education; his talents soon became widely known, and his career as pianist, conductor, composer and teacher has been distinguished.
The three Fantastic
.DoMCM (dedicated to the Composer's wife) embody Turina's ideas, in colour and rhythm, of the moods of various dances.
JULIO FRANCES , violinist, conductor and composer, is a Violin Professor at the Spanish Royal Conservatoire of Music. He founded a quartet which is known by his name and the Orquesta de Cuerda in Madrid. His compositions include choral and orchestra! works.
to the National Savings Assembly at the Hotel Majestic, Harrogate
S.B. from Leeds
FLORENCE HOLDING (Soprano)
RENE LE RoY (Flute)
ANTEONY PiNi (Violoncello)
GABRIELLE FLEURY (Pianoforte)
RENE LE ROY and GABRIELLE FLEUBY
Alfredo and his Band and the New Princes Orchestra from the New Princes Restaurant