IN this talk Miss Power will quote some of the charming love-letters that Thomas Betson , a fifteenth-century wool-merchant, wrote to little Katharine Rich , to whom he was engaged when she was only thirteen years old... While telling the story, she will touch on the wool trade and describe life in the merchant's household, and when the talk has come to an end, echoes of the wedding music will bo heard.
GENERATIONS of men have suffered from the well-meant efforts of their womenfolk to give them appropriate presents at Christmas time, until the Christinas tie and the Christmas cigars have passed into the Valhalla of stock jokes. Miss Arnot Robertson will put forward some suggestions for really welcome presents for men, and also some ideas for acceptable presents not costing more than, say, half-a-crown.
MANY people's ideas of Irish country life-the life of the gentry, of hunting and fishing and steeplechasing, and so on-are derived almost entirely from the novels of Miss Somerville and her late collaborator, Martin Ross. This evening tho survivor of the famous partnership that created the 'Irish R.M.' will give a reading from one of the most popular of their books.
MIRIAM LICETTE (Soprano)
AUBREY BRAIN (Horn)
ARTHUR CATTERALL (Violin)
JOHN WILLS (Pianoforte)
AUBREY BRAIN, ARTHUR CATTERALL and JOHN WILLS
Allegro amabile ; Andante tranquillo; Allegretto grazioso (quasi andante)
Trio in E Flat for Horn, Violin, and Pianoforte, Op. 40 - Brahms
10.5 MIRIAM LICETTE Deh ! vieni non tardar (O come, do not delay) - ('Le Nozze diFigaro') Mozart
Non so plu cosa son (I know no more what I am ') -
Voi cho sapete (Ye who know) -
Un moto di gioja (A joyous emotion) -
10.20 JOHN WILLS Selected Pianoforte Pieces 10.25 MIRIAM LICETTE Wiegenlied (Cradle Song) - Schubert
Wohin (Whither ?) - Schubert
Mondnacht (Moonlight) - Schumann
Der Xussbaum (The Almond Tree). - Schumann
10.35 ARTHUR CATTERALL and JOHN WILLS Sonata in A for Violin and Pianoforte, Op. 100 - Brahms
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