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Ernst Victor Wolff (pianoforte):
Sonata in G (C.P.E.Baeh)―1
Allegro. 2 Larghetto. 3 Allegro
Ethel Luening soprano)
Otto Luening (flute), Sterling Hunkins
(violoncello), Ernst Victor Wolff harpsichord): Secular Cantata:
Nel dolce dell' oblio (Handel)
Ortambert (violin), Masson (flute),
Ruyssen (viola da gamba), Alban
(harpsichord): Quartet in B minor
(Telemann)―1 Vivace―Con amore
―Vivace. 2 Dolente. 3 Presto
Keith Falkner (baritone), Richards
(violoncello), John Ticehurst (harpBichord): If muse be the food of love. I love and I must (Pureell)
Jean Pougnet (violin),
Frederick Grinke (violin), Boris Or.d (harpsichord): Sonata No. 3 in A minor
(purcell)―1 Grave. 2 Allegro. 3
Adagio: Canzona-Allegro. 4 Grave

Contributors

Pianoforte:
Victor Wolff
Soprano:
Ethel Luening
Soprano:
Otto Luening
Harpsichord:
Ernst Victor Wolff
Baritone:
Keith Falkner
Harpbi:
John Ticehurst
Violin:
Jean Pougnet
Violin:
Frederick Grinke

In this the second broadcast in the revival of a popular series, Ben Bennison , well known to thousands of readers of the Press as a boxing critic, will give a review of last year's boxing, particularly topical in view of this morning's Farr-Braddock contest, the first big fight of the New Year.
Then. some well-known footballer who has been playing in the fourth round of the F.A. Cup this afternoon in London will tell listeners how the play for the Cup is going. This will link up with the next item in the programme-the recording of a commentary on whichever match in the fourth round was broadcast to Empire listeners this afternoon.

Contributors

Unknown:
Ben Bennison

The BBC Singers (A) Margaret Godley
Margaret Rees Gladys Winmill Doris Owens Bradbridge White Martin Boddey Stanley Riley Samuel Dyson
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
At the pianoforte, John Wills
Songs of the River, Op. 44...Dunhill
1 My Boat glides with the gliding
Stream (George Macdonald )
2 Where go the Boats ? (
Robert Louis Stevenson )
3 A Farewell (Tennyson)
4 The Brook in Winter (Keats)
5 Clear and Cool (Charles Kingsley)

Contributors

Unknown:
Margaret Godley
Unknown:
Margaret Rees
Unknown:
Gladys Winmill
Unknown:
Doris Owens
Unknown:
Bradbridge White
Unknown:
Martin Boddey
Unknown:
Stanley Riley
Conductor:
Samuel Dyson
Conductor:
Leslie Woodgate
Unknown:
George MacDonald
Unknown:
Robert Louis Stevenson

(Section D)
Led by Marie Wilson
Conducted by Frank Bridge
Kendall Taylor (pianoforte)
Ravel's Spanish Rhapsody consists of four short movements scored for a full modern orchestra, including two harps, celesta, and sarrusophone, all of which are used with restraint and a remarkable feeling for contrast and variety of tone colour. The first movement, ' Prelude to the Night', is full of the languor and poetry of a Spanish night. The second movement is in the form of a Malaguena, a graceful dance characterised by subtle rhythms, curious changes of mood, and expressive play of fan and castanet.
The third movement is a Habanera, a Spanish dance that is said to have come from Africa by way of Cuba. The music is marked ' rather slow and with a weary rhythm '. The fourth movement, 'The Fair ', is the most elaborate of the four and the music is a beautiful and vivid tone painting of the glittering brilliance and boisterous spirits of a Spanish fair. Sensuous colour and atmosphere are the chief characteristics of the Spanish Rhapsody. To this end Ravel has used the technique of impressionism with consummate skill and sensitive artistry.

Contributors

Unknown:
Marie Wilson
Conducted By:
Frank Bridge
Pianoforte:
Kendall Taylor

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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