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J. Fevrier (piano), J. Fournier
(violin), P. Fournier (cello): Trio in E flat, No. 5 (Haydn)—1 Poco
Allegretto. 2 Andantino ed innocentemente. 3 Finale
Harold Bauer (pianoforte) :
Warum (Why ?) (Fantasiestikke. Op. 12) (Schumann)
Eileen Joyce (pianoforte),
Henri Temianka (violin). Antoni Sala (cello): Trio in D minor. Op. 32 (Arensky)-1 Allegro moderato 2 Scherzo. 3 Elegia. 4 Finale

Contributors

Piano:
J. Fevrier
Violin:
J. Fournier
Violin:
P. Fournier
Pianoforte:
Harold Bauer
Pianoforte:
Eileen Joyce
Pianoforte:
Henri Temianka
Violin:
Antoni Sala

Syncopating pianist.
Sam Bennie became totally blind at the age of seven, and began to show an immediate aptitude for music. Being given only a week to live by his doctors, he begged his father for a mouth-organ. He recovered from the meningitis that caused his blindness, went to the School for the Blind at Swiss Cottage, and there learned the organ, piano, and piano accordion. He then graduated to the Royal Normal College at Norwood.
Bennie first broadcast in April, 1938, with the Band Waggoners, and has appeared at the microphone on a number of occasions since then, including broadcasts in 'Monday Night at Seven', when he played his own composition 'Am I for You?', and again in 'Monday Night at Seven' in 'Youth Takes a Bow'.
He has also appeared with Reginald Foort and Esther Coleman.
Bennie runs and conducts his own band of twelve musicians, and has written and composed his own signature tune, 'I bring you music'. In April last year he won the final of the England and Scotland amateur pianoforte-playing contest over 520 rivals.

Contributors

Pianist:
Sam Bennie

Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor, Guy Warrack
Petite Suite No. 3 (In modo populari)
Cui
1 Allegro moderato. 2 Moderato. 3 Vivace. 4 Moderato. 5 Allegretto. 6 Vivace ma non troppo
Symphony No. 1, in C minor
Mendelssohn
1 Allegro di molto. 2 Andante. 3 Minuetto. 4 Allegro con fuoco
Perpetuum mobile.....Schönherr [Programme continued overleaf

Contributors

Leader:
J. Mouland Begbie
Conductor:
Guy Warrack

Regional Programme London

About Regional Programme

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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