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Maggie Teyte (soprano): What is done, you never can undo (The Lilac Domino) (Cuvillier)
Roy Henderson (baritone): The
Lilac Domino (The Lilac Domino) (Cuvillier)
Lea Seidl (soprano): I love him so (Garland Song) (Frederica) (Lehdr)
Heddle Nash (tenor): Oh Maiden, my Maiden (Frederica) (Lehar)
The London Palladium Orchestra conducted by Jack Frere : Selection, The Vagabond King (Friml), introducing: Ballet ; Nocturne ; Only a Rose ; Huguette Waltz ; Love for Sale ; Song of the Vagabonds
The Berlin Grosses Schauspielhaus
Chorus and Orchestra: Serenade ;
% Deep in my Heart (The Student
Prince) (Romberg)

Contributors

Baritone:
Roy Henderson
Soprano:
Lea Seidl
Tenor:
Heddle Nash
Conducted By:
Jack Frere
Unknown:
Huguette Waltz

Regional Variations (2)

National Programme

National Programme Scotland

A commentary on the finals of the 100 yards, the hurdles, the one mile, and other events by H. M. Abrahams from White City Stadium .
H. M. Abrahams is to give two commentaries on the contest for the Kinnaird Trophy, which is to be held at the White City this afternoon. It is an open championship for British athletes. The first period, from 3.0 p.m. to 3.40, will include the finals of the 100 yards, the hurdles, the steeplechase, and the mile; the second period, from 5.15 to 5.30, the final of the 440 yards, the arrival of the Marathon runners from Windsor, and the final results of the sports.

Contributors

Unknown:
H. M. Abrahams
Unknown:
H. M. Abrahams

Regional Variations (2)

by Henry Gill (baritone)
Purcell
Hear! Ye Gods of Britain
Recit., Aeolus, you must appear
Air, While these pass o'er the deep Return, revolting rebels
I attempt from love's sickness to fly Arise, ye subterranean winds
6.30 YR EGWYL GYMRAEG
(The Welsh Interlude)
'Ein Hardaloedd Gwledig '
(Our Country Districts)
Stephen 0. Tudor
(From Bangor)

Contributors

Baritone:
Henry Gill
Unknown:
Ein Hardaloedd Gwledig

Regional Variations (2)

National Programme

National Programme Scotland

The Virtuoso String Quartet:
Marjorie Hayward (violin) ; Edwin Virgo (violin); Watson Forbes (viola);
Cedric Sharpe (violoncello) and John Pauer (pianoforte)
Brahms's Piano Quintet in F minor is regarded as his most important early work. It was originally conceived as a string quintet, but after it had been thoroughly tested in that form by Joachim and his colleagues, they explained to Brahms that no five string players could hope to achieve the huge effects which the music clearly demanded. Brahms then rewrote it as a sonata for two pianos, in which form it is still often heard. Finally he adapted it for piano quintet.

Contributors

Violin:
Marjorie Hayward
Violin:
Edwin Virgo
Violin:
Watson Forbes
Viola:
Cedric Sharpe
Pianoforte:
John Pauer

a Saturday night Variety episode written by Harry Hemsley and Ernest Longstaffe
The Broadcasters
Joan Young
Morgan and Hadley
Harry Champion
Neil McKay
The Arnaut Brothers assisted by Mitzy Bobs
Peter Bernard and his Ragtimers with Sherman Fisher 's Six High Steppers
The Listeners
Elsie
Winnie
Johnny Horace
Father
Harry Hemsley
Mother
Gladys Young
The BBC Variety Orchestra conducted by Ernest Longstaffe

Contributors

Written By:
Harry Hemsley
Written By:
Ernest Longstaffe
Unknown:
Neil McKay
Assisted By:
Mitzy Bobs
Assisted By:
Peter Bernard
Unknown:
Sherman Fisher
Unknown:
Johnny Horace
Unknown:
Harry Hemsley
Unknown:
Gladys Young
Conducted By:
Ernest Longstaffe

from the Royal Opera House,
Covent Garden
The action takes place in Seville in the early part of the nineteenth century
Scene, The Smugglers' Camp in the Mountains
Cast
Chorus of Smugglers
Conductor,
Sir THOMAS BEECHAM , Bart. Chorus Master, Robert Ainsworth
Producer, Harald Andre
The scene of the third act of Carmen is a rocky mountain fastness, the hiding place of the smugglers. Jose (tenor), the military deserter, is with them, torn by doubts of Carmen's love for him. Carmen (mezzo-soprano), the lovely gypsy who has seduced him from his duty, reads her own fortune from cards and sees death awaiting her. After the smugglers have left, Jose's true love Micaela (soprano) enters alone. Presently she is startled by a shot ; Jose, left on guard and seeing someone approach, has fired. It is the toreador, Escamillo (baritone), Carmen's other lover, who has come in search of his mistress. He and Jose fight, but the smugglers return and separate them. Escamillo goes away, a snatch of his popular .' Toreador's Song' being heard in the distance.

Contributors

Conductor:
Sir Thomas Beecham
Chorus Master:
Robert Ainsworth
Producer:
Harald Andre
Carmen:
Renee Gilly
Frasquita:
Germaine Chellet
Mercedes:
Jane Mattio
Don Jose:
Andre Burdino
Remendado:
Giuseppe Nessi
Dancairo:
Octave Dua
Micaela:
Eide Norena
Escamillo:
Georges Doubrowsky

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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