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: Midday Music from Beale's Restaurant

Old Christchurch Road. Directed by GILBERT STACEY
MANY composers, old and new, have set
Herrick's simple little song of the lady whom ' I did but see ... passing by, And yet I love her till I die.' The most popular setting is that known as Passing By, by someone who bears the great name of Purcell. Here is a setting by one of the most remarkable of our younger contemporaries, Peter Warlock , who ' in real life ' is Philip Heseltine , composer, musical author, and journalist.
MAURICE BESLY, composer of Weathers, was born. at Normanby, Yorkshire, thirty-eight years ago. He was for some time organist of Queen's College, Oxford, and is well known as an orchestral conductor.

Contributors

Directed By: Gilbert Stacey
Unknown: Peter Warlock
Unknown: Philip Heseltine

: Afternoon Topics

Mrs. F. S. MILLS,
' Old Lace'

: THE ROYAL BATH HOTEL DANCE BAND

relayed from King's Hall Rooms. Directed by ALEX WAINWRIGHT

Contributors

Directed By: Alex Wainwright

: Programme

S.B. from London (10.10 Local News)








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