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: 'ENGLISH SONG WRITERS '

CHRIS EDMUNDS
Sung by John Morel (baritone)
The Younge Squire (Poem by Chaucer)
Now is Christemas ay-come (Fifteenth-century Carol)
The Bellman (Poem by Herrick)
Lamentation of Balva the Monk
(Poem by Fiona McLeod )
Ha'nacker Hill (Poem by Hilaire Belloc )
Tread Lightly (Poem by Oscar
Wilde)
Eve of Crecy (Poem by William Morris )
Dr. Chris Edmunds was at one time attached to the Birmingham Station of the BBC as chorus master, and was a member of Sir Granville Bantock's composition circle at Birmingham University. He is now a professor of the Birmingham School of Music and organist at Aston parish church. In addition to writing the music of Maurice Baring's play The Blue Harlequin, he has written four operas, several songs, and a good deal of chamber music.

Contributors

Baritone: John Morel
Unknown: Fiona McLeod
Unknown: Hilaire Belloc
Unknown: William Morris
Unknown: Dr. Chris Edmunds

: 'EXPLORING WITH A CYCLE'

' In Bavaria'
W. Oakley and L. V. Smith

Contributors

Unknown: W. Oakley
Unknown: L. V. Smith

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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