from page 45 of ' New Every Morning '
Regional Variations (2)
Elisabeth Schumann (soprano)
0 Ihr Herren , 0 ihr werten (0
My Masters) ; Roselein, Roselein (Little Rose) (Schumann). Das Madchen spricht (The Maiden Speaks) ; Standchen (Der Mond steht iiber dem Berge) (Serenade, The Moon shines over the Mountain); Immer leiser (Ever softer) (Brahms). Standchen (Serenade) ; Morgen (Tomorrow) ; Wiegenlied (Cradle Song) (Richard Strauss )
French for Sixth Forms
Discussion: Ce qui n'est pas clair n'est pas francais '
Felix BOILLOT and E. M. STÉPHAN
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor, Guy Warrack
Members of The Chorus and Orchestra of La Scala, Milan, conducted by Carlo Sabajno , Chorus
Master, Vittore Veneziani
Don Pasquale is the tale of an old man, a wealthy bachelor who, with the delightful impetuosity of characters in Italian opera, has become possessed of a desire to marry. From the heedless way in which he accepts his fate, it appears to be immaterial whom he marries.
Like all self-centred materialists he wants to exclude others from happiness similar to his own, and when his nephew Ernesto (tenor) tries to marry Norina (soprano) he is furious. Ernesto ' expects ' financially from the old man's will. Hence his quandary. It is significant that the person who arranges the mock marriage between old Pasquale (baritone) and Norina, disguised as a young girl straight from the convent (she is in reality a lively widow), is Malatesta the doctor.
The first act tells of the old man's approaching marriage. Malatesta (baritone) first persuades him to wed the young girl from the convent and then proceeds to persuade Norina to go through with the plot. The action takes place first in a room in Don Pasquale 's house in Rome, and afterwards in the house of Norina.
In this scene Norina sings ' So auch'io', one of Donizetti's best-known arias-' I also know the magic power of a glance '.
Erich Olschewski 's Orchestra
Hans Bund and Hellmuth Hidegheti at two pianos
The Heyn Quartet from Berlin
Sumer and Akkad: The Story of Sargon
' What Blood does for us '
H. MUNRO Fox , F.R.S.
at the Organ of the Trocadero
Cinema, Elephant and Castle
D from St. Paul's Cathedral
Order of Service
Psalms xxii, xxiii Lesson, I Maccabees iv, 36-61
Magnificat (Stanford in G) Lesson, John xix, 1-30
Nunc Dimittis (Stanford in G)
Anthem, Awake us, Lord, and hasten
Awake us, Lord, and hasten, Thy Holy Spirit give !
The old man in us chasten, That our new man may live,
On earth may know Thee only,
Our thoughts give to Thee wholly, And all Thy goodness own I
(English translation from C. S. Terry 's 'Bach's Cantata Texts ' reprinted by permission of Mrs. Edith Stanford Terry )
Hvmn, He who would valiant be
Regional Variations (2)
Music from the films
Forty minutes of melodious melodies played by Carroll Gibbons and the Boy
including Weather Forecast
' The Home Office'
E. D. O'Brien
E. D. O'Brien , who today gives the first of his series of talks called ' Whitehall Tour ', is Press Officer of the British Council and a journalist intimately acquainted with the ground he is to cover. Once a fortnight he will be coming to the microphone to describe to listeners the wealth of romance, history, and interest that lies hidden among the dusty files of our government buildings.
at the BBC Theatre Organ
Conductor, J. C. Dyson
A Radio Magazine
Introduced by F. H. Grisewood
Take your seats for a return trip on the BAND WAGGON!
with Miff Ferrie's same old Jakdauz
Same old Charles Smart at the same old BBC Theatre Organ and the same old Band Waggoners still conducted by Phil Cardew
Introducing the first of a new series
' Mr. Walker wants to Know' by Ernest Dudley and Gordon Crier with Syd Walker
More ' New Voices '
Same old Richard (' Stinker ') Murdoch
Same old ' Big-hearted ' Arthur Askey
Still produced by the same old Harry S. Pepper and Gordon Crier
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
Part 2 from the Royal Albert Hall
Conductor, SIR HENRY J. WOOD
The Artists in ensemble are Isobel Baillie , Stiles-Allen, Elsie Suddaby ,
Eva Turner , Margaret Balfour , Muriel Brunskill , Astra Desmond , Mary Jarred , Parry Jones , Heddle Nash , Frank Titterton , Walter Widdop , Norman Allin , Robert Easton , Roy Henderson ,
The Orchestra includes players from the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the Queen's Hall Orchestra
The Chorus includes singers from the Royal Choral Society, the Philharmonic Choir, the BBC Choral
This evening's concert from the Albert Hall celebrates the occasion of Sir Henry Wood 's fifty years of conducting. Sir Henry Wood 's first professional engagement as a conductor began on January 1, 1888, when he conducted the All-Saints Choral and Orchestral Society at Clapton. Since that time Sir Henry Wood has become one of the most distinguished conductors in the world, but the most important part of his work has undoubtedly been his forty-four years association with the Queen's Hall Promenade Concerts.
This evening the programme includes the first performance of a ' Serenade to Music ' which Vaughan Williams has written specially for the occasion. It will be sung by sixteen leading British singers, all of whom have worked with Sir Henry Wood for many years both in London and at various famous festivals in the provinces. The entire proceeds of the concert, together with donations, will be devoted to the Henry Wood Jubilee Fund for the endowment of beds in London hospitals for the benefit of orchestral musicians.
from the Grand Hotel, Torquay
Charles Heslop comedian
Tessa Deane the Popular Singer
Cyril Fletcher in odd odes
Jan van der Gucht tenor and dance to
Harry Evans and his Dance Band
will play for dancing from the Dorchester Hotel
A survey of the October issues of Swing records by Edgar Jackson