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The Glastonbury Ring

on BBC Radio 4 FM

by CAROLE ROSEN
A portrait of Rutland Boughton, the English composer, born 100 years ago on 23 January. Most people will recognise the Faery Song from The Immortal Hour when they hear it but not all will know who wrote it and few will recognise much else that he wrote. Yet in his day Boughton was as famous as Elgar.
Narrated by Arthur Marshall with Harry Webster as Bernard Shaw Other parts:
MICHAEL TUDOR BARNES
HEDLEY GOODALL. DAPHNE HEARD
PAUL NICHOLSON , RONALD RUSSELL GEOFFREY SERLE , PETER WICKHAM Recorded voices of RUTLAND BOUGHTON, ALAN BUSH , GWEN FFRANGCON-DAVIES , H. P. SCOTT -STOKES and SIR STEUART WILSON Directed by JOHN CARDY
BBC Bristol (Mon's broadcast) (Harry Webster is a National Theatre Player)
(Scenes from Rutland Boughton operas: 11 Feb, Radio 3)

Contributors

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Carole Rosen
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Arthur Marshall
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Harry Webster
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Bernard Shaw
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Michael Tudor Barnes
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Hedley Goodall.
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Paul Nicholson
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Ronald Russell
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Geoffrey Serle
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Peter Wickham
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Alan Bush
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Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies
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H. P. Scott
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Sir Steuart Wilson
Directed By:
John Cardy
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Harry Webster

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