Messiah, Part II
PIERRE FOL and CLAUDE PiERRE FOL
(Violin and Pianoforte)
by LEONARD H. WARNER
Relayed from St. Botolph's Church,
THE HOTEL METROPOLE ORCHESTRA
(Leader, A. MANTOVANI )
From the Hotel Metropole
From the May Fair Hotel
All artiste for concert tomorrow down will hay fever. Can you send deputies?
Dunhins — Secretary Operatic and Dramatic Society.
With the help of HELEN Alston, R. DE ROHAN and certain others, we will do our best to comply with the above urgent appeal
From the Prince of Wales Playhouse, Lewisham
Sung by TATIANA
Song of Khivria, from the Opera ' The Fair of Sorotchintsi '
Martha's Divination, from the Opera, ' Khovautchina
SOME GRAMOPHONE Records of CARUSO AND
Celeste Aida (Heavenly Aida), from Aida ' - Verdi
Il fior che avevi a me tu dato (The flower you gave me), from Carmen' - Bizet
O Paradiso (from' The African Maid ') - Meyerbeer
Vesti la giubba (On with the motley), from Pagliacci ' - Leoncavollo
PATTI (Accompanied by Sir LANDON RONALD Home Sweet Home - Bíshop
Robin Adair - Old Air
Within a mile of Edinboro' Town Batti, batti (Beat me), from Don Juan ' - Mozart
S.B. from Glasgow
I, 'THE LEXICOGRAPHER IN SKYE '
Soprano Solo by HELEN S. McKAY
Baritone Solos by ALEX. D. CARMICHAEL
A reconstruction of the evening spent at Dunvegan Castle by Johnson and Boswell. The company have dined and are now whiling away the period between dinner and bed.
II, 'THE NEW WORLD PAYS HOMAGE AT AYR'
The scene is the interior of Burns's cottage - the moral that Homage and Reverence do not always go hand in hand.
III, ' THE COMPOSER AND THE CATECHISM'
Mendelssohn composed two of his best known works after a visit to the Western Islands. This sketch describes his return from the island of Staffa, and shows the flow of creative genius dammed, temporarily, by the stern spirit of Highland Sabbatarianism.
IV, THE POET IN THE HIGHLANDS',
Wordsworth remembers a Scots Lass
Incidental Music by The GLASGOW STATION ORCHESTRA.
ORD HAMILTON and NANNY RANDALL
LEONARD GOWINGS (Tenor)
ELSPETH DouGLAS REID (Character Sketches)
(on ' How to
Travel') and the GERSHOM