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Russian Music
The Hallé Orchestra, conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty : Prelude, Khovantchina (Mussorgsky)
Don Cossack Choir : Signal March of the Cavalry; The Imprisoned Cossacks
The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Albert Coates : Doubinushka (arr. Rimsky-Korsakov)
Don Cossack Choir : The Twelve
Robbers ; On the road to St. Petersburg
The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Albert Coates : Cortege des Nobles (Procession of the Nobles) (Mlada) (Rimsky-Korsakov)
Don Cossack Choir : Dance Song ;
Songs of the Cossacks ; Braynja ; On the River Kasenka
The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Albert Coates : Gopak (Fair of Sorotchinski) (Mussorgsky)

Contributors

Conducted By:
Sir Hamilton Harty
Conducted By:
Albert Coates
Conducted By:
Albert Coates
Conducted By:
Albert Coates

MIDLAND ORCHESTRA
(Leader, Alfred Cave)
Conducted by LESLIE HEWARD
Tchaikovsky's ' Casse Noisette ' (Nutcracker) Suite contains some of the daintiest ballet music ever written, The whole work is, of course, much longer than the suite, which contains only some of the best numbers, and lasts for a considerable time when presented on the stage. The story of the ballet is taken from
E. T. A. Hoffmann's fantastic fairy-tale, ' Nutcracker and Mouse-King'this Hoffmann being the Hoffmann of Offenbach's opera-and is of a type that seems very much to appeal to Russian artists and audiences. The complete ballet was first produced in St. Petersburg in 1892, and the Suite was introduced to England by Sir Henry Wood at a Promenade Concert in 1896.

Contributors

Conducted By:
Leslie Heward

ALISTAIR COOKE
This evening Alistair Cooke is to give the third of his talks, which are proving very popular. He knows how to be lively, spontaneous, and amusing and still do his job as a critic.
The Cinema is as well known to him as the Theatre, and he has been studying and lecturing on both in America for the last two years. This summer he has been doing practical work for Charlie Chaplin in his Holly-wood studios, and before leaving he discussed with the great comedian the present series of talks.
Alistair Cooke is one hundred per cent. in earnest. He believes the cinema is as excellent and necessary and apt for our century as Elizabethan tragedy was for the sixteenth.

Contributors

Unknown:
Alistair Cooke
Unknown:
Alistair Cooke
Unknown:
Charlie Chaplin
Unknown:
Alistair Cooke

THE WIRELESS
MALE VOICE CHORUS
Conductor, LESLIE WOODGATE
WILLIAM BARRAND (baritone)
At the pianoforte, ERNEST LUSH
0 Soldier, Soldier (No. 3) The Angler's Song (No. 2) My daddy is dead (No. 9)
I have house and land in Kent (No. 33) The Oak and the Ash (No. 53) The Jolly Waggoner (No. 15)
Ca' the Ewes to the Knowes (No. 41)
The Jolly Ploughboy (No. 5)
The Lass that loves a Sailor (No. 12) Peaceful Slumb'ring (No 13) Old Towler (No. 18)
The Twelve Days of Christmas (No. 22)
(From ' Twice 44 Sociable Songs ', arranged by Geoffrey Shaw )

Contributors

Conductor:
Leslie Woodgate
Baritone:
William Barrand
Arranged By:
Geoffrey Shaw

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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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