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: ' Everyman'

A CANTATA FOUNDED UPON THE OLD MORALITY
PLAY by Sir H. WALFORD DAVIES
(Op. 17)
Relayed from The NEW SILOH CHAPEL, LANDORE,
SWANSEA
- ARTISTS
JOAN ELWES (Soprano) VYRA DAVID (Contralto)
TUDOR DAVIES (Tenor)
KEITH FALKNER (Baritone)
THE NEW SILOH CHAPEL CHOIR
THE NATIONAL ORCHESTRA OF WALES
(Cerddorfa Genedlaethol Cymru)
Loader, LOUIS LEVITUS
Conducted by IVOR OWEN
Part I
THE HIGH FATHER OF HEAVEN SENDETH DEATH
INTO THE WORLD TO SUMMON EVERYMAN TO
COME TO HIM
1. Prologue (Quartet)
2. God Speaketh (Chorus)
3. The Arrest of Everyman by Death (Solo
Tenor, Solo Baas, Chorus)
4. Everyman's Lament (Solo Bass and Chorus)
Part 11
EVERYMAN CALLETH IN His DISTRESS, AND AT
LAST HE GETTETH COMFORT
1. Everyman's Appeal to Kindred and Fellowship (Solo Bass and Chorus)
2. The Appeal to Riches (Solo Bass and Chorus)
3. The Appeal to his good Deeds (Solo Soprano,
Contralto and Bass, and Chorus)
4. Song of Knowledge (Solo Contralto and Chorus)
5. Everyman's Prayer to God (Solo Bass) 6. Everyman's Comfort (Trio and Chorus)
Part III
EVERYMAN ACCOMPANIED BY GOOD DEEDS ,
KNOWLEDGE, STRENGTH, BEAUTY, DISCRETION, and FIVE-WlTS, COMETH TO His GRAVE
1. Everyman's Farewell (Solo Soprano, Bass and Chorus)
He Commends Himself to his God (Solo
Bass)
2. Epilogue (Solo and Chorus)
Organist, CAREDIG WILLIAMS

Contributors

Play By: Sir H. Walford Davies
Soprano: Joan Elwes
Baritone: Keith Falkner
Conducted By: Ivor Owen
Accompanied By: Good Deeds
Organist: Caredig Williams








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