Two speakers, who stand in an opposite relationship in everyday life, give their views anonymously and from separate studios
On Schools and School Teachers and A School Teacher
On Children and Parents
by Marie Hall (violin) and Philip Taylor (organ) from Cheltenham College
Most of the active career of James Lates , whose Sonata in G is the first item on this programme, was spent in Oxford. He received his musical education under Italian masters. Through the patronage of the then Duke of Marlborough he was given a lucrative professional post at Blenheim which he enjoyed till his death.
The violinist for this recital is
Marie Hall , who made her debut in Venice, and has appeared in the principal music centres of the world. She was taught by Elgar, Sevcik, Kruse, and her father, who was a well-known teacher.
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