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Alfredo Campoli (violin) : Czardas
(Monti) ; Schon Rosmarin (Fair Rosemary) (Kreislcr) ; Si mes vers avaient des ailes (If my songs had wings) (Hahn)
Ania Dorfmann (pianoforte): Hungarian Rhapsody No. 10 (Liszt)
Beatrice Harrison (violoncello) :
Melody (Dawes) ; Harlequinade (Pop- per); Pastorale and Reel (Cyril Scott )

Contributors

Violin:
Alfredo Campoli
Unknown:
Schon Rosmarin
Pianoforte:
Ania Dorfmann
Unknown:
Beatrice Harrison
Unknown:
Cyril Scott

A Pianist at Three
Millicent Silver was born in London in 1905. She began playing the piano at the age of three and won her first prize in an open competition at six. Miss Silver gained an open scholarship at the Royal College of Music and the ' George Kialmark ' scholarship for another three years. During that time she won the Hopkinson Silver Medal and the Tagore' Gold Medal for being the best musician during 1928. She studied under Frederic Cliffe , Herbert Fryer , and Marmaduke Barton.
E. J. Moeran
Ernest John Moeran began to compose already during his schooldays at Uppingham, where music has always been enthusiastically cultivated. As with many other English composer, his original work goes hand-in-hand with an enthusiasm for native folk music ; that of Norfolk, where a good part of his life has been spent, has always attracted him.

Contributors

Unknown:
Millicent Silver
Unknown:
George Kialmark
Unknown:
Frederic Cliffe
Unknown:
Herbert Fryer
Unknown:
Marmaduke Barton.
Unknown:
E. J. Moeran
Unknown:
Ernest John Moeran

Regional Variations (2)

A Programme of Gramophone Records From the Oratorios

National Programme Scotland

Talks for Listeners at Leisure in the Afternoon
What do you Think?
Why Poetry?
CLIFFORD DYMENT
Why Domestic Service? By a Male Cook General
Most men regard neither poetry nor domestic service with much enthusiasm. Is this attitude reasonable or not ? This afternoon two men who have had the courage to break away from the customary points of view and take a line of their own will talk about the excitement they find in their work.

Regional Variations (2)

National Programme

National Programme Scotland

A Commentary by Major H. F. FAUDEL-PHILLIPS on the Competition for the Edward, Prince of Wales Cup from Olympia
(Copyright. See notice on page 59)
Last year the broadcast was given of the jumping for the King George V Challenge Cup ; this year the event chosen is the Edward, Prince of Wales Challenge Cup which was won outright by Great Britain in 1928 and represented by the Army Council for perpetual competition.
Whereas the competition broadcast last year was for jumping by a military officer of any nationality in uniform, the competition to be broadcast today is for jumping over the course by teams of three officers of the same nationality in uniform, and they go twice round. Only one team of three officers from each country can compete in any one year, and only horses belonging to officers or Governments may be ridden.

Contributors

Commentary By:
Major H. F. Faudel-Phillips

The Bournemouth Municipal Orchestra, conducted by Sir Dan Godfrey : Overture, Crown Diamonds (Auber)
The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Erick Kleiber : Waltz, Artist's Life (Johann Strauss )
The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Stokowski : March, Stars and Stripes (Sousa)

Contributors

Conducted By:
Sir Dan Godfrey
Conducted By:
Erick Kleiber
Unknown:
Johann Strauss

Mozart
String Quintets played by THE LAURANCE TURNER
STRING QUARTET:
Laurance Turner (violin) ; Walter Price (violin); Eric Bray (viola);
Jack Shinebourne (violoncello)
Anne Wolfe
String Quintet in E flat (K. 614)
1. Allegro di molto; 2. Andante ; 3. Minuetto, Allegretto ; 4. Allegro

Contributors

Unknown:
Laurance Turner
Violin:
Laurance Turner
Violin:
Eric Bray
Viola:
Jack Shinebourne
Unknown:
Anne Wolfe

Booth Tarkington's story has been adapted in many dramatic forms. As a straight play, it was produced as Beaucaire by Richard Mansfield in New York in 1901, and under its full title by Lewis Walter (and nobody who saw this fine romantic actor is likely to forget him in the part) at the Comedy Theatre, London, during the same year. A musical version was done at the Prince's Theatre in 1919, with Maggie Tcyte as Lady Mary Carlisle , and a radio version in October, 1934.
It was in this production that
Margaret Lauder stepped out of the ranks of the Revue Chorus to play the heroine, in which role she will again broadcast. Henry Ainley 's talented son, Richard Ainley , will play the name part. Among those who will play their original parts are Stuart Robertson as. Winterset and Jan van der Gucht as Molyneux. Beaucaire's songs will again be sung by Mark Raphael , who acquired a French accent especially for the production. A newcomer to radio light opera will be Elizabeth Mooney whose voice is already well known to Empire listeners.
' Monsieur Beaucaire ' will be broadcast again tomorrozo in the Regional programme at 6.30

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Mansfield
Unknown:
Lewis Walter
Unknown:
Maggie Tcyte
Unknown:
Lady Mary Carlisle
Unknown:
Margaret Lauder
Unknown:
Henry Ainley
Unknown:
Richard Ainley
Unknown:
Stuart Robertson
Unknown:
Jan van Der Gucht
Sung By:
Mark Raphael
Unknown:
Elizabeth Mooney
Unknown:
Monsieur Beaucaire

A Concert as given in Thomas Britten 's room at Clerkenwell be. tween 1678 and 1714 THE PROGRAMME
(selected from his Library)
NOEL EADIE (soprano)
NORMAN WALKER (bass)
ALEC WHITTAKER (oboe)
TERENCE MACDONAGH (oboe)
AMBROSE GAUNTLETT (viola da gamba)
ERNEST Lush (harpsichord)
THE BBC SINGERS
(Section A)
Conducted by LESLIE WOODGATE

Contributors

Unknown:
Thomas Britten
Soprano:
Noel Eadie
Bass:
Norman Walker
Oboe:
Alec Whittaker
Oboe:
Terence MacDonagh
Viola:
Ambrose Gauntlett
Conducted By:
Leslie Woodgate

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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