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P. E. Bach’s four (of six) sonatas Wq 184, for two flutes, two clarinets, two horns, and bassoon, Haydn’s marches for the Derbyshire Volunteer Cavalry for two clarinets, two horns, trumpet, three bassoons, and side drum (1794), and Haydn’s March for the Prince of Wales (1792). The performers in these works included (with Brain and Del Mar) Gareth Morris and Edith Schragenheim (flutes); Bernard Walton and J. Fell (clarinets); Cecil James, Ronald Waller, and Vernon Elliot (bassoons); and Harold Jackson (trumpet).
30 For the Empire Service, Purple Network, broadcasting to South Africa on May 3, 1943, he played the first movement of Mozart’s Concerto No. 4 in an arrangement for horn and piano by Francis Sanders. The pianist was John Wills, who occasionally accompanied Brain for broadcasts during and after the war. 407 again on Sunday, May 16, 1943, with members of the Blech Quartet and Watson Forbes (second viola). 31 The Brahms Horn Trio, which Brain broadcast many times from the 1940s onwards, was performed at the National Gallery on April 26, 1943, with Blech and Matthews.
28 Opportunities to broadcast were plentiful during the war, but Brain’s name often does not appear because players in chamber music were not always named. He would have played anonymously on numerous occasions for broadcasting in various orchestras. Sometimes a colleague has been able to give information not otherwise documented. For example, Neill Sanders (Pl. 6), Brain’s colleague in the Philharmonia (and also in the London Baroque Ensemble), remembered taking part with Brain in some French propaganda broadcasts during wartime: Our real connection started about 1942 when we started doing a series of broadcasts together with the BBC.
Basic guitar chords by John Hartin; Texas Music and Video (Firm)