Another bucolic beauty from Cuddly Ken as he presents a pastoral poem for this romantic period in an almost life-like pose. Ff your budgerigar can't talk about this - it never will.
Produced in a parkland setting by GEOFFREY KENNETH MULLIN
from The Orchard, Dartford, Kent with Maryetta Midgley (sop) Kenneth Collins (tenor) John Bradbury (violin) BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader JOHN BRADBURY conductor JAMES LOCKHART Introduced by Don Durbrldge Producer
DAVID RAYVERN ALLEN
Don Durbridge discovers something about the origins of The Orchard and its environs.
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