A Play by DAVID HAWKES Produced by STUART VINDEN
The Scene takes place at a fisherman's cottage near a lonely village on the coast. A. furious storm is raging, while in the cottage the old fisherman lies dying.
A Duologue by ALBERT E. DRINKWATER
The Scene is a pleasant room in a flat in Chelsea, between 11 and 12 on a fine summer morning. Jim enters and seats himself in a large arm-chair so that he is invisible to anyone entering. Kit enters later and the duologue explains how a lover's quarrel is settled.
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA, conducted by JosErn LEWIS
Overture, ' In Autumn '
LESLIE ENGLAND (Pianoforte) and Orchestra First and Third Movements from Concerto
ALICE MoxoN (Soprano) A Dream
Selection from Lyric Suite, Op. 54 ALICE MOXON Kid Dance
I love thee
Suite from ' Sigurd Jorsalfar
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