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SONGS of HUGO WOLF
Sung by MARY BAKER
Gesang Weyia 's (Wey)a's Bong)
ScMafendes Jesuskind (The Sleeping ChUd
Jesus)
Seibstgestandnis (Voluntary Confession) In der Fruhe (Ear!y in the Morning)
Der Genesene an die Hoffnung (The Convalescent's Ode to Hope)
Begegnung (Encounter)

Contributors

Unknown:
Hugo Wolf
Sung By:
Mary Baker
Sung By:
Gesang Weyia

Regional Variations (2)

The B.B.C. Orchestra

National Programme London

(Section D)
(Led by LAURANCE TURNER)
Conductor, ADRIAN BOULT
ADILA FACHIRI (Violin) Sir Arthur Somervell's ComceTto t'n C Minor, which received its first performance in Edinburgh last October, was written about eighteen months ago. It was commissioned by Adila Fachiri, who was so impressed by the same composer's Concertstuck for violin and orchestra, produced by Jelly D'Aranyi at Aix la-Chapelle in 1913, that she wanted something on a larger scale from his pen. This Concerto follows the usual form in its first movement, while the second has the heading 'Romance' and the third 'Rondo.' Sir Arthur is best known to the musical public as a song-writer, but this work should considerably increase his reputation as a composer for the orchestra.

Contributors

Conductor:
Laurance Turner
Conductor:
Adrian Boult
Violin:
Adila Fachiri

Regional Variations (2)

' A Miscellany'

National Programme London

The seventh Miscellany offers an exciting mixture. Darius Milhaud's opera-minute, The Rape of Europa receives its first performance in England: it was originally produced at the Baden-Baden Festival in 1927. Milt Gross' famous comic-strip creation Nize Baby - €”humours of New York Jewish tenement life in synthetic English - €”makes its English radio debut, too. Dean Farrar's hero, Julian Home, arrives at Camford University: delicate echoes from the Victorian past catch the young sizar in his room with his sister, hanging pictures and 'settling down.' Reading, from Daisy McGeoch's Cameo Corner, is an amusing study in the finer states of rudeness. The Last Tea an ironic dialogue of lovers meeting and parting; poems by Osbert Sitwell and Robert Graves complete a programme that has a proved power to delight and surprise that comes from a nice blend of original choice and efficient production.

A Miscellany (the seventh)
being a collection of Plays, Songs and Poems
chosen and adapted for broadcasting by C. Denis Freeman and M.H. Allen
including
"Reading" A Sketch by Daisy McGeogh
"The Figure Head" A Poem by Robert Graves
"Settling In at Camford" A scene from "Julian Home" by Dean Farrar
"Out in the Garden" A Poem by Osbert Sitwell
"The Last Tea" A sketch by Dorothy Parker
A Scene from "Nize Baby" Ferry Tale from Romplesealskin for Nize Baby wot ate opp all de Crembarry Suss by Milt Gross
Characters: Second Floor; First Floor; Third Floor; Fourth Floor
Scene: An apartment house in the Bowery, New York

"The Rape of Europa"
a miniature opera in eight scenes by Darius Milhaud
Characters: Europa; Jupiter-Taurus; Pergamon; Agenor
Choruses of Servants, Soldiers and Labourers
Music under the direction of Edward Clark.

Here is an attempt to present a programme that relies for its interest on a central theme; it is a collection of items, all complete in themselves.
To be broadcast tonight at 9.35

Contributors

Adapter:
C. Denis Freeman
Adpater:
M.H. Allen
Writer (Reading):
Daisy McGeoch
Poet:
Robert Graves
Writer (Settling In at Camford):
Dean Farrar
Poet:
Osbert Sitwell
Writer (The Last Tea):
Dorothy Parker
Writer (Nize Baby):
Milt Gross
Composer (The Rape of Europa):
Darius Milhaud
Music Director:
Edward Clark

National Programme Daventry

About National Programme

National Programme is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 9th March 1930 and ended on the 9th September 1939. It was replaced by BBC Home Service.

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