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: MYLDREDE HUMBLE-SMITH

In the Days of Queen Anne ' (3)

: AN AFTERNOON CONCERT

THE STUDIO TRIO: REGINALD S. MOUAT (Violin),
ThOMAS E. ILLINGWORTH ('Cello), CHABLES LEESON (Piano)

Contributors

Cello: Thomas E. Illingworth
Cello: Chables Leeson

: Trio

ROGER QUILTER is one of the two or three living Englist jComposers who seem to get nearest to the spirit of Shakespeare. The Suite we are to hear was written in 1922, and includes four pieces, the first three being the Introductions to the several Acts, and the last a dance that winds up the play. The titles are : (1) Shepherd's Holiday ; (2) Evening in the Forest ; (3) Merry Pranks ; and (4) Country Dance.

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Quilter

: MOLLIE BOLTON

WITH affectionate care Mrs. Kennedy-Fraser has collected and made available for all who love expressive melodies and imaginative words the songs of the simple Hebridean folk. There are songs of labour, fairy songs, legends of mermaids and water-kelpies, mothers' songs, funeral chants, ballads of the pirate days, and love songs, one of which we are now to hear. It was sung by one of the folk singers of Eriskay, on the Isle of South Uist. The adaptation by Mrs. Kennedy-Fraser and Kenneth Macleod begins with a Gaelic invocation (which is repeated after each verse) and goes on :- ' Sad am I without thee When I'm lonely, dear white hear1,
Black the night or wild the sea, By love's light my foot finds
The old pathway to theeThou't the music of my heart.
Harp of joy, oh cruit mo chridh, Moon of guidance by night,
Strength and light thou'rt to me,Sad am I without thee.'

: THE BOURNEMOUTH COUNCIL OF SOCIAL SERVICE

The Cup of Happiness ' (a Christmas
Play)








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