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Gaspar Cassado (violoncello) :
Minuet, Op. 14, No. 1 (Paderewski, arr. Cassado). Spanish Dance (Aragonesa) (Cassado). Melody, Op. 42, No. 3 (Chaykovsky)
Alfred Cortot (pianoforte) :
Kinderscenen (Scenes from Childhood) (Schumann)-1 Of Foreign Lands and Peoples. 2 Strange Story. 3 Playing ' tag '. 4 Child's Petition. 5 Quite Happy. 6 Important Event. 7 Dreaming. 8 At the Fireside. 9 Knight of the Hobby Horse. 10 Almost too severe. 11 Frightening. 12 Child falling asleep. 13 The Poet Speaks
Bronislaw Hubermann (violin) :
Romanza andaluza (Sarasate). Choral Prelude, Nun komm der Heiden Heiland (Come, Redeemer of the Gentiles) (Bach, arr. Hubermann). Waltz in A, Op. 39 (Brahms, arr. Hochstein)

Contributors

Unknown:
Gaspar Cassado
Pianoforte:
Alfred Cortot
Violin:
Bronislaw Hubermann

George Boulanger and his Orchestra : Intermezzo, Forget - me - not (Macbeth). Valse triste (Vccsey). Hungarian March Pot-Pourri (Pecsi Prichystal)
Tino Rossi (tenor) : Reviens,
Cherie (Cyrlerog - Gardont, and Patruno). Des peines d'amour (Charlys and Himmel).
London Palladium Orchestra, conducted by Richard Crean : Scenes pittoresques (Massenet) - Angelus ; Gypsy Merrymaking
Boston Promenade Orchestra, conducted by Arthur Fiedler : March, Entry of the Boyarda (Halvorsen)

Contributors

Unknown:
George Boulanger
Tenor:
Tino Rossi
Unknown:
Richard Crean
Conducted By:
Arthur Fiedler

London Palladium Orchestra conducted by Richard Crean : Marche symphonique (Savins). Japanese Carnival (de Basque)
Orchestra Mascotte: Waltz, Les
Fleurs (The Flowers) (Waldteufel). Waltz, Woodland Whispers (Joost)
Alfredo Campoli and his Orchestra: Tango Habanera (Payan, arr. Hartley). Obstination (Stubbornness) (Fontenailles, arr. Crook)
Albert Sandier and his Orchestra:
Prelude (Hadyn Wood). Si mes vers avaient des ailes (Hahn). Frasquita Serenade (Lehdr).

Contributors

Conducted By:
Richard Crean
Unknown:
Alfredo Campoli
Unknown:
Albert Sandier

Chamber Music played by The Kutcher String Quartet:
Samuel Kutcher (violin) ; Max Saal peter (violin) ; Raymond Jeremy (viola) ; Douglas Cameron (violoncello)
Quartet in C
1 Allegro con moto. 2 Minuetto. 3 Adagio. 4 Finale: Allegro giusto
Boccherini was one of the foremost 'cellists of the eighteenth century, and also a composer of immense industry. It used to be said that he was a fountain of which it was only necessary to turn on the tap to produce a stream of music. He left no fewer than 467 instrumental works, including twenty symphonies, all of them marked by simple, natural melodiousness and by a dignified and courtly style. He and Haydn had a mutual regard, and the relation of Boccherini's music to that of the more famous master was characterised in the saying that ' Boccherini was the wife of Haydn '.
Further programmes in this series will be broadcast as follows: Tuesday (Regional, 9.40), Wednesday (Regional, 8.0), Thursday (National,
8.0), and Friday (National, 10.0).

Contributors

Violin:
Samuel Kutcher
Violin:
Max Saal
Violin:
Raymond Jeremy
Viola:
Douglas Cameron

Presented by Harry S. Pepper and John Watt
Singing commere, Judy Shirley
7.0 Walsh and Barker
The Well-Known Duettists
7.10 Claude Hulbert and Bobbie Comber
(The Big Business Boys)
'At it Again'
Exploit No. I by H. E. Kavanagh
7.20 Peter Taunton in ' Ici Radio Boloni'
7.30 Inspector Hornleigh
Investigates
3-The Man from Hobart by Hans W. Priwin
In this series of sketches, Inspector Hornleigh interrogates the various witnesses, and in each case the witness makes some slip which convicts him. Are you as astute as Inspector Hornleigh? The mistake the witness makes will not be disclosed until the end of the programme.
7.40 Tunes to Come-4
Judy Shirley and The BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Charles Shadwell

Contributors

Presented By:
Harry S. Pepper
Presented By:
John Watt
Unknown:
Judy Shirley
Unknown:
Claude Hulbert
Unknown:
Bobbie Comber
Unknown:
H. E. Kavanagh
Unknown:
Peter Taunton
Unknown:
Hans W. Priwin
Unknown:
Inspector Hornleigh
Unknown:
Judy Shirley
Conducted By:
Charles Shadwell

Acts 3 and 4 of Goossens's
Opera from the Royal Opera House,
Covent Garden
The action takes place in Spain towards the end of the sixteenth century
Cast
Chorus of revellers and nuns
Conductor, EUGENE GOOSSENS
Chorus Master, Robert Ainsworth
Producer, Harald Andr6
Scene : A room in a fashionable
Posada in Madrid

Contributors

Conductor:
Eugene Goossens
Chorus Master:
Robert Ainsworth
Don Pedro:
Harold Williams
Don Cristobal de Aranda:
John Dudley
Don Enrique:
Morgan Davies
Don Luis:
Frank Sale
Dona Paquita:
Marie Burke
Gomez:
Roy Devereux
Don Juan de Manara:
Lawrence Tibbett
Sanchez:
Booth Hitchin
Marta:
Stella Andreva
Phantoms: Don Jose:
Dennis Noble
Phantoms: Dom Mortes:
Norman Allin
Phantoms: Don Luis:
Frank Sale
Phantoms: Dona Carolina:
Mae Craven
Phantoms: Dona Ines:
Margaret Carlisle

Fables of La Fontaine
A reading from the translation of Edward Marsh , by H. S. Ede
Tonight, and again next Monday at the same time, a number of La Fontaine's fables will be read from translations made by a man of letters who must have been secretary to more distinguished statesmen than any other man in modern times. Sir Edward Marsh-he was knighted in February of this year-is now private secretary to Mr. Malcolm MacDonald and is probably best known for his secretarial services to Mr. Winston Churchill and Mr. J. H. Thomas. He is an inveterate firstnighter, published a 'Memoir of Rupert Brooke ' in 1918, and his translations of ' Fables of La Fontaine' in 1931. They are exceedingly amusing and freely adapted to everyday speech. Those that are to be read tonight are The Young Widow', ' The Lark and the Farmer ', ' The Married Couple and the Burglar ', ' The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse 'The Fox and the Stork', and The Old Maid's Marriage '.

Contributors

Unknown:
Edward Marsh
Unknown:
H. S. Ede
Unknown:
Edward Marsh-He
Unknown:
Rupert Brooke

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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