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Regional Variations (2)

London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Lawrence Colling wood: Triumphal March (Caractacus) (Elgar)
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Leo Blech : March of the Priests (The Magic Flute) (Mozart)
London Symphony Orchestra,
Conducted by Malcolm Sargent : March Rhapsody (German)
Boston Promenade Orchestra, conducted by Arthur Fiedler : March of the Little Leaden Soldiers (Pierne)
Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Serge Koussevitzky : Hungarian March (The Damnation of Faust) (Berlioz)

Contributors

Conducted By:
Lawrence Colling
Conducted By:
Leo Blech
Conducted By:
Malcolm Sargent
Conducted By:
Arthur Fiedler
Unknown:
Serge Koussevitzky

by Lucille Wallace
Les Folies franchises ou les Dominos
Couperin
I La Virginite (Domino invisible). 2 La Pudeur (Domino rose). 3 L'Ardeur (Domino incamat). 4 L'Esperance (Domino vert). 5 La Fidélité (Domino bleu). 6 La Perseverance (Domino gris de lin). 7 La Langueur (Domino violet). 8 La Coqueterie (Diferens Domi nos). 9 Les Vieux Galans et les tresorieres suranees (Dominos pourpres et feuilles mortes). 10 Les Coucous benevoles (Dominos jaunes). 11 La Jalousie taciturne (Dominos gris de maure). 12 La Frenesie ou le Desespoir (Domino noir) hree Sonatas......Scarlatti
1 in D (L14). 2 in E (L257). 3 in G (L486)

Contributors

Unknown:
Lucille Wallace
Unknown:
Diferens Domi

Wilkie Bard the celebrated comedian
Vera Wootton
The favourite serio
Harry Champion fhe world's fastest comic singer
Alice Lloyd
Illustrious member of a famous family
Talbot O'Farrell
The popular singer of Irish songs
Ada Reeve
The inimitable character comedienne
The entertainment compered in song and story by Albert Whelan
The star of two hemispheres-and inventor of the ' Signature Tune'
The title of the show and artists appearing are by permission of George Black
The BBC Variety Orchestra conducted by Charles Shadwell
Production by Ernest Longstaffe
This programme revives memories of the great days of the music-halls, when creative artists such as those that listeners will hear this evening were giving their acts night after night at the Oxford and Tivoli, driving from one to the other in broughams, and at kindred music-halls in London and its suburbs, and throughout the country. Great days: Wilkie Bard bringing down the house with ' I want to sing in opera ', Harry Champion with ' Boiled Beef and Carrots',
Ada Reeve with ' Not the proper way to treat a lady They are here this evening, with Vera Wootton , Alice Lloyd , Talbot O'Farrell , and Albert Whelan-all great names ; and will sing some of the songs that made them-and Variety too.

Contributors

Unknown:
Wilkie Bard
Unknown:
Vera Wootton
Singer:
Alice Lloyd
Songs:
Ada Reeve
Story By:
Albert Whelan
Conducted By:
Charles Shadwell
Production By:
Ernest Longstaffe
Unknown:
Wilkie Bard
Unknown:
Ada Reeve
Unknown:
Vera Wootton
Unknown:
Alice Lloyd
Unknown:
Talbot O'Farrell
Unknown:
Albert Whelan-All

from the Promenade Concert at Queen's Hall, London
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell and Co. Ltd.)
Albert Sammons (violin)
The BBC Symphony Orchestra
(ninety players)
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by SIR HENRY J. WOOD
Overture, King Srenhen
8.11 Violin Concerto in D
1 Allegro ma non troppo. 2 Larghetto-3 Rondo: Allegro
Solo violin, ALBERT SAMMONS

Contributors

Violin:
Albert Sammons
Leader:
Paul Beard
Conducted By:
Sir Henry J. Wood

at the Promenade Concert
Part 2
Adagio (Prometheus Ballet Music)
Solo violoncello, AMBROSE GAUNTLETT
9.58 Symphony No. 2, in D
1 Adagio molto-Allegro con brio. 2 Larghetto. 3 Scherzo and Trio: Allegro. 4 Allegro motto
Tickets can be obtained from Broadcasting House, W.1, Queen's Hall, and the usual agents

Contributors

Unknown:
Ambrose Gauntlett

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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