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The Flonzaley Quartet: Quartet
No. 8, in D (Mozart)—1. Allegretto; 2. Andante ; 3. Minuetto : Allegretto ; 4. Allegretto
Elisabeth Schumann (soprano), with pianoforte : Warnung (Mozart) ; Wer hat das Liedlein erdacht (Mahler) (George Reeves , pianoforte) ; Traum durch die Dammerung (Strauss) ; Ich schwebe (Strauss) (Carl Ahvin , pianoforte) ; Wiegenlied (Richard Strauss ) (Ivor Newton , pianoforte)
Samuel Dushkin (violin) and Igor Stravinsky (pianoforte) : Serenade-Scherzino (Pergolesi, arr. Stravinsky and Dushkin) ; The Nightingale's Song (Stravinsky, arr. Dushkin) ; Russian Dance (Petrushka) (Stravinsky, arr. Dushkin)

Contributors

Soprano:
Elisabeth Schumann
Pianoforte:
George Reeves
Piano:
Carl Ahvin
Unknown:
Richard Strauss
Pianoforte:
Ivor Newton
Violin:
Samuel Dushkin
Violin:
Igor Stravinsky

Regional Variations (2)

National Programme

National Programme Scotland

Sousa's Band : March, Under the Double Eagle (J. Wagner )
The Band of His Majesty's Cold-stream Guards, conducted by Lieut. R. G. Evans : Overture, Pique dame (The Queen of Spades) (Suppe, arr. Winterbottom) ; Selection, The Yeomen of the Guard (Sullivan)
'The Band of His Majesty's Grenadier
Guards, conducted by Major G. Miller : Waltz, Les Sirenes (Waldteufel); Waltz, Les Patineurs (The Skaters) (Waldtcufcl)
The B B C Military Band. conductor,
B. Walton O'Donnell : Prince Igor Ballet Dances , Nos. 1-4 (Borodin, arr. Godfrey)

Contributors

Unknown:
J. Wagner
Conducted By:
Major G. Miller
Conductor:
B. Walton O'Donnell
Conductor:
Prince Igor Ballet Dances

A description of some of the Winter Sports included in the programme of The Winter Olympic Games.
On Thursday, 6 February, the fourth Winter Olympic Games began at Garmisch-Partenkirchen in the Bavarian Alps.
This evening a Winter Sports enthusiast, R.D.S. Carpendale, co-operating with the German radio authorities, is to broadcast his impressions of the proceedings from a local studio. More than twenty nations, including Great Britain, are competing.
The sports are categorised under the headings of ski-ing, bobsleigh racing, speed and figure skating, and ice hockey.
Most listeners would like to have the opportunity of being at picturesque Garmisch-Partenkirchen to watch the Games. Carpendale's talk - a novelty, for it is the first time in the history of the BBC that the Winter Olympic Games have been broadcast - will give them the next best thing: a vivid description with expert comment.
Next Saturday, 15 February, a commentary on the last period of one of the semi-final matches will be broadcast.

During the nineteenth century the Czechs produced three eminent composers-Smetana, Dvorak and Fibich.
Zdenko Fibich (1850-1900) was not so imbued with the national spirit as Smetana and Dvorak. His musical education had been essentially German. He wrote about 700 works, of which 350 short piano pieces, forming a kind of musical diary under the title of ' Moods, Impressions, and Memories ', are particularly noteworthy. The charming' Poem ', which is to be played this evening, belongs to this diary. It is well known as a violin solo and also as a waltz song.

Contributors

Unknown:
Zdenko Fibich

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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