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The German Opera Orchestra, conducted by Paul van Kempen : Serenade for String Orchestra, Op. 48 (Tchaikovsky)
The Cordova Philharmonic Orchestra , conducted by Jose Pablos : Carnival (Lucena)
The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Edward Elgar : Bavarian Dance NO. 1, Op. 27 (Elgar)

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul van Kempen
Unknown:
Cordova Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducted By:
Jose Pablos
Conducted By:
Sir Edward Elgar

Midday Society's Concert
Relayed from
The Houldsworth Hall , Manchester
A Violin Recital by BRATZA
Accompanied by D. YOVANOVITCH
Debussy's Sonata for violin and piano, the third of a projected set of six sonatas for various instruments, was the last work he completed. It was written in the winter of 1916-17, when the composer had already been suffering for more than a year from the incurable disease from which he died early in 1918. III as he was, Debussy played the piano part in the first performance in Paris (May, 1917), with Gaston Poulet as the violinist. It was the great man's. last appearance in Paris as a performer. He himself wrote of this Sonata as ' one of those countless little intimate tragedies that overwhelm you without making any more noise than a rose shedding its petals, leaving the rest of the world at peace '.

Contributors

Unknown:
Houldsworth Hall
Accompanied By:
D. Yovanovitch
Unknown:
Gaston Poulet

Conductor, ERNEST W. GOSS
EMELIE HOOKE (soprano)
ALBERT VOORSANGER (violin)
(By.permissionofTheFolkestoneCorporation)
Relayed from The Pavilion, Torquay
Friedrich von Flotow was born in Germany a year before Wagner, and died within a few days of him. He wrote a number of operas, of which Martha and Stradella are the best known. Stradella, though it had great success in Germany, was a failure in London, and was never even produced in Paris. The overture, however, is very often played. Flotow was much in Paris ; the early part of his artistic career was spent there, and later in life he returned and was elected a member of the Institute.

Contributors

Conductor:
Ernest W. Goss
Soprano:
Emelie Hooke
Violin:
Albert Voorsanger

Regional Programme London

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Regional 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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