10.30 ; WEATHER
10.30 ; WEATHER
' THE COMMODORE GRAND ORCHESTRA
Relayed from THE COMMODORE THEATRE,
A Running Commentary on the International Rugby Match by Captain H. B. T. WAKELAM
Relayed from CARDIFF ARMS PARK
S.B. from Cardiff
ERNEST HASTINGS (Entertainer)
THE J. H. SQUIRE CELESTE OCTET
Rhapsody No. I - Liszt, arr. Sear
Cavatina - Raff, arr. Sear
The Piccaninnies' Picnic - J- H. squire
ERNEST HASTINGS OCTET Waltz 'Doctrinen' - Johann Strauss, arr. Robertson
Minuet in G - Scarperia
Funeral March of a Marionette - Gounod
Played by REGINALD NEW
Relayed from THE BEAUFORT CINEMA, WASHWOOD
Overture, ' Russian and Ludmilla' - Glinka
Bird Songs at Eventide - Eric Coates
Pot-Pourri, 'Savoy English Medley ' - arr. Debroy Somers
Quality Street - Novello
March, ' Castlea in Spain' - Ancliffe
'THE QUEST OF THE GOLDEN FLEECE'
A. Legend of Ancient Greece, in Five Scenes, told for Children by L. du GARDE PEACH. Incidental
Music by THE OLOF SEXTET
TIME SIGNAL, GREEN
WICH ; WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN ; Announcements and Sports Bulletin
Played by MARJORIE HAYWARD
(Violin) and O'CONNOR MORRIS
'The Facts about Ultra-Violet Radiation 'â€”II, Dr. KING BROWN: 'Tonic and Curative Effects'
FRANCIS LAEDLER 'S GREAT YORKSHIRE
Relayed from THE THEATRE ROYAL, LEEDS
S.B. from Leeds
; GEORGE LACY
BIBI DELABERE WALTER AMNER
NORAH and PEG ST.
JOHN GEORGE QUEEN
FRANCIS LAIDLER 'S LITTLE SUNBEAMS
The Dances and Ensembles arranged by Mile.
Manager, CYRIL ROYCE
Musical Director, GEORGE W. JACKSON
NEWS BULLETIN; Local News; (Daventry only) Shipping Forecast and Fat Stock Prices
THE WIRELESS MILITARY BAND
Conducted by B.
IN his young days, Sir Edward German spent a good deal of his leisure time as conductor of a small band of amateurs in his native town of Whitchurch, arranging and evan composing much of the music which was played. His enthusiasm was sufficient to bring the team to such a pitch that it could make successful appearances at local concerts. In that way the beginning of his musical career was rather like Sir Edward Elgar 's.
German's.own instrument was the violin, which ho had largely taught himself, but in that direction, as in conducting, ho was so sueccosul, that not only his band, but he himself as soloist made many successful appearances before the local public. At the age of eighteen he began his musical studies in earnest at the Royal Academy in London, where ho had a distinguished career, leaving it in 1887, at the age of twenty-five, as an Associate.
For the next few years the theatre claimed a large share oi his work, and ho acted for a. time as conductor at the ' Globe' Incidental music for plays first brought his name before the public as a composer, and many of his dances and other pieces written originally for productions of Shakespeare, have long ago won universal popularity. His purely instrumental music, except for the ' Welsh Rhapsody,' is not quite so often heard, but ' The Seasons' is always popular wherever it is played. In every way an important work, dignified in design and admirable' in its. craftsmanship. it is all fresh and. wholesome music, setting forth the ideas of its subject in the happiest way. In its melodious grace and its rhythmic vigour, listeners will easily discern some kinship with the well-known dances from. the music for the Shakespeare plays, and tho whole work is,, in the best sense of the word, English in conception and character.
AMBROSE'S BAND from THE MAY FAIR HOTEL