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Mr. J. C. STOBART Readings from Four Rugby School Poets

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
W. S. LANDOR (1775-1864). A. H. CLOUGH (1819―1861), MATTHEW ARNOLD (1822-1888),
RUPERT BROOKE (1887-1915)
ALL the four poets from whose works Mr.
Stobart—who is Director of Education of the B.B.C., and himself an old Rugbeian—Is to read tonight were Rugby men, and it is possible to trace a common quality in their style. All of them possess a certain precision of phrase that may or may not be due to that rigorous training in classical verse-writing which was the foundation of education at Rugby School when Landor went there at the end of the eighteenth century, as in Rupert Brooke 's schooldays in the present century. Listeners will be able to judge for themselves when they have heard the extracts that Mr. Stobart will read.
(Pictures on page 207.)
10.0 THE ORCHESTRA
Selection from ' The Blue Mazurka ' .... Lehar
Arranged for Orchestra by ARTHUR WOOD

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Unknown: A. H. Clough
Unknown: Matthew Arnold
Unknown: Rupert Brooke
Unknown: Rupert Brooke
Unknown: Arthur Wood

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Mr. J. C. STOBART Readings from Four Rugby School Poets

2LO London, 4 May 1927 21.45






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