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The Music of Vaughan Williams

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STEWART HILL (baritone)
PHILIP WHITEWAY (v;o!in) THE B B C NORTHERN
IRELAND CHORUS AND
ORCHESTRA
Conductor, E. GODFREY BROWN
Scenes from
'Job'
A Masque for Dancing
Founded on Blake's Illustrations to the Book of Job by GEOFFREY KEYNES and GWENDOLEN
RAVERAT
Scene 7 : Elihu's dance of youth and beauty
Pavane of the Sons of the Morning
Scene 8 : Galliard of the Sons of the Morning
Altar Dance
Scene 9: Epilogue
' On the Beach at night alone'
For baritone solo, chorus and orchestra
(A Sea Symphony)
'The Lark Ascending'
For solo violin and orchestra
'In Windsor Forest'
A Cantata for Mixed Voices
Music adapted from the opera ' Sir
John in Love' i. The Conspiracy, ' Sigh no more, ladies'
2. Drinking Song, 'Back and side go bare'
3. Falstaff and the Fairies, ' Round about in a fair ring-a' 4. Wedding Chorus, ' See the Chariot at Hand'
5. Epilogue, ' Whether men do laugh or weep '
Entr'acte and Overture (Incidental
Music, The Wasps)
Weather Forecast for Northern Ireland, at 9.30

Contributors

Baritone: Philip Whiteway
Conductor: E. Godfrey Brown
Unknown: Geoffrey Keynes

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