ALBERT DANIELS (Child Impersonations)
CCHISSIE THOMAS and her Musical Glasses
SAPA SARONY in ' An Act of Reminiscence'
OLLY OAKLEY (Banjo Solos)
ROBERT PITT and LANGTON MARKS
Calling the British Smiles
PHILIP BROWN 'S DOMINOES DANCE BAND
Doris Dutson (Mezzo-Soprano)
THE MADALINE MOONEY OCTET
Bax's Cradle Song is a setting of some simple poignant words by Padraic Colum, about a dying child.
THE CHILD AND THE TWILIGHT (poem by Langdon Mitchell) tells of an encounter with a little man in grey, who spread his cloak of silver grey on the earth and over the trees till all was darkening, Then a little man in green came with his lantern and 'ran before the greenwood's door, and opened it wide for me.'
The Blackbird (poem by A.P. Graves) tells of the 'long dulcet dewy chuckle' of the happy bird in Taunton Dene, that seemed to say to one sad at heart, 'Hope, hope again!'
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