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: English Song Writers ' MICHAEL MULLINAR'

Mary Pollock (soprano)
Arthur Cranmer (baritone)
The Visitor To Daffodils
Sorry in heart am I (Bagatelle) In September The Pledge
Wander Thirst
When Mary goes walking Return
Where go the Boats? Tavern
Cotswold Love
Michael Mullinar studied composition under Dr. Vaughan Williams , Gustav Hoist, and R. 0. Morris. He has written a large number of songs for solo voice, as well as part-songs and works for string orchestra, military band, and pianoforte. Among modern poems for which he has written the settings are Drink-water's ' Cotswold Love ', Edna St. Vincent Millay 's Where go the Boats? ' and Patrick Chalmers 's ' The Visitor '. One of his chief works is the children's opera The Princess and the Swineherd.


Soprano: Mary Pollock
Baritone: Arthur Cranmer
Baritone: Mary Pollock
Unknown: Arthur Cranmer
Unknown: Michael Mullinar
Unknown: Dr. Vaughan Williams
Unknown: Edna St.
Unknown: Vincent Millay
Unknown: Patrick Chalmers


Bristol v. Birmingham
A running commentary on part of the National Provincial League
Match by Frank Buckland . from the Knowle Stadium, Bristol
(Western Programme)


Unknown: Frank Buckland


A short story by Nellie Kirkham
Read by Stuart Vinden
Nellie Kirkham , the author of this story, took part, listeners will remember, in a feature programme given last year from Bakewell entitled Legends of the Peak. Stuart Vinden, who will read the script, is an old Birmingham Repertory Theatre actor.


Story By: Nellie Kirkham
Read By: Stuart Vinden
Read By: Nellie Kirkham
Unknown: Peak. Stuart




Unknown: Dick Harrison


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