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(Leader, FRANK CANTELL)
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS 10.0 WEATHER FORECAST. 'SECOND GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN 10.15 Sports Bulletin (From Birmingham)
HERE is some delicate music suggested by the well - known and beautiful passages in Charles Lamb (Dream Children : A Reverie), in which he imagines himself a father, sitting by the fireside and telling little Alice and John about his own childhood. At last, the dream fades away, and the dreamer is left solitary again.
- Out of this tender musing Eigar has made two fragrant little pieces. The first is very short and rather slow ; the other is longer and quicker. At the end of all, the theme of the first piece comes back.
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