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Midsummer Day
Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam, conducted by Mengelberg : Overture, Oberon (Weber)
Elsie Suddaby (soprano) : The Rosebud, and Hark ! Hark ! the Lark (Schubert)
Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of New York, conducted by Toscanini : Scherzo (Midsummer Night's Dream) (Mendelssohn)
Evelyn Scotney : Where the bee sucks (Arne)
The B.B.C. Symphony Orchestra,
; conducted by Adrian Boult : Nocturne
(Midsummer Night's Dream) (Mendelssohn)
Elsie Suddaby : By thy hanks,
gentle Stour (Boyce, arr. Liza Lehmann )
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, con
' ducted by Sir Thomas Beecham Bt. :
Summer Night on the River (Delius)

Contributors

Soprano:
Elsie Suddaby
Unknown:
Evelyn Scotney
Conducted By:
Adrian Boult
Unknown:
Elsie Suddaby
Unknown:
Liza Lehmann
Unknown:
Sir Thomas Beecham Bt.

' The Christian Colleges of India ', by ARTHUR MAYHEW , C.I.E.
MR. ARTHUR MAYHEW will deal with the important developments in the way of co-ordination and re-organisation that are being undertaken in the field of Christian higher education in India as the result of the visit to India a year or two ago of Dr. A. D. Lindsay , Master of Balliol, as Chairman of an Education Commission appointed by the missionary societies.
Mr. Mayhew was for twenty years in the Indian Educational Service, during which time he held posts as Director of Public Instruction in the Central Province and Educational Commissioner. He was a master at Eton from 1922 to 1928, and is now Secretary of the Colonial Office Education Committee.

Contributors

Unknown:
Arthur Mayhew
Unknown:
Mr. Arthur Mayhew
Unknown:
Dr. A. D. Lindsay

THE LYRA QUARTET:
GORDON WALKER (flute); Nicolas ROTH (violin) ; ANTHONY COLLINS (viola) ;
JOHN COCKERILL (harp)
ANNE THURSFIELD
(mezzo-soprano)
THE LYRA QUARTET is a unique chamber music combination consisting as it does of flute, violin, viola and harp. all of which instruments are played by distinguished artists. Gordon Walker , the founder of the Quartet, is principal flute of the London Orchestra, and was for ten years principal flute at Covent Garden. He has appeared as soloist in Mozart Concertos at the ' Proms ', and also with the world-famous singers, Selma Kurtz , Lilly Pons and Toti dal Monte. The violinist, Nicolas Roth , is well known both in England and on the Continent as a soloist and leader of the Budapest Trio. Anthony Collins is principal viola of the London Symphony Orchestra and a composer of some distinction having written, among other works, two quartets for the Lyra Quartet. It is interesting to note that both Vaughan Williams and Arnold Bax have promised to write special works for the Lyra
Quartet in the near future. The harpist, John Cockerill , is one of the finest players of his instrument in the country, and is principal harpist of the London Symphony Orchestra.
The chief aim of the Lyra Quartet is the providing of first-rate performances of neglected music written for unusual combinations of instruments. These range from duets to trios and quartets, such as Handel's Passacaglia for violin and viola, Beethoven's Serenade for flute, violin and viola, Goossen's Trio for flute, violin and harp, and Rameau's Suite for flute, violin, viola and harp.
In the case of the quartets, such as the Rameau Suite and Teleman's Quartet in E minor, which was originally written for flute, violin, viol de gamba and harpsichord, most of them have been specially adapted by Anthony Collins and John Cockerill.
ANNE THURSFIELD , with instrumental accompaniment
Willst Du dein Herz mir schenken
(Give me your heart) Bach
J'ai perdu celle (I have lost her)
Old French
L'amour est un enfant trompeur (Love is a deceitful boy) ..... Martirni
.NICOLAS ROTH AND ANTHONY COLLINS
Passacaglia..... Handel, arr. Halvorsen
ANNE THURSFIELD, with instrumental accompaniment
The Rose and the Nightingale
Rimsky-Korsakov
The Woodlanders Patrick Hadley La Flute Enchantee (The Enchanted
Flute) Ravel
GORDON WALKER, ANTHONY COLLINS,
AND JOHN COCKERILL
Sonata Debussy
I. Pastorale; 2..Interlude; 3. Finale

Contributors

Flute:
Gordon Walker
Flute:
Nicolas Roth
Violin:
Anthony Collins
Harp:
John Cockerill
Artists:
Gordon Walker
Singers:
Selma Kurtz
Singers:
Lilly Pons
Violinist:
Nicolas Roth
Unknown:
Anthony Collins
Unknown:
Vaughan Williams
Unknown:
Arnold Bax
Harpist:
John Cockerill
Adapted By:
Anthony Collins
Adapted By:
John Cockerill.
Unknown:
Anne Thursfield

Relayed from The Servite Church
Order of Service
0 Sacrum convivium (Farrant)
Address by the Very Rev. Father J. MCCARTHY , O.S.M.
Hymn, 0 Jesus Christ , remember
(W.H.77)
0 Salutaris Hostia (W. y. Ryder) Cor Jesu (T. S. Smith)
Tantum Ergo (C. W. Pearce) Divine Praises
Adoremus in aeternum-Allegri
Hymn, Praise to the Holiest (W.H.56)
Organist, ADDISON PRICE
Choirmaster, W. J. RYDER

Contributors

Unknown:
Very Rev. Father J. McCarthy
Unknown:
Jesus Christ

An appeal on behalf of THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE DEAF, by Lord
CHARNWOOD
THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE DEAF has, within the ten years of its activities, established itself as an indispensable centre to which the deaf everywhere can look for advice and help in their difficulties.
Deafness is tragic in its incidence and effects, and none are immune from it. It is said that 13,000,000 persons in Britain are more or less deaf. The vicious circle is often complete— silence, isolation, unemployment, and want.
The services of the Institute are available to every sufferer and very large numbers seek its advice and help. The Institute maintains two homes, accommodating some sixty women, a Hostel for twenty homeless boys, and a centre for training in lip reading. It now has special need for funds to establish itself in a home for administrative purposes, meetings, and classes.
Life for the deaf in a world made for and ordered by those who hear must, in any case, be hard ; but the Institute for which Lord Charnwood is appealing is doing much to make it easier for large numbers whose lives are more or less completely silent.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]

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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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