Conductor, Edgar Morgan
Leila Brittain and W. K. Stanton
Neue Liebeslieder (New Love Songs)
1 There's nought, 0 heart, can save thee. 2 Shadowy Gloom of the Night. 3 Erewhile upon my fingers. 4 Ye eyes of darkness, if ye but beckon. 5 Guard thy son. 6 Roses red I wear, my mother. 7 From yon hills the torrent speeds. 8 Secret Nook in Shady Spot. 9 Sharp Poison'd Arrow. 10 To many a maid I whisper soft. 11 I will hear no more of love. 12 Darksome wood, thy shadows. 13 Seat thyself, my dearest heart. 14 Eyes of lightning, raven hair. 15 Now ye muses, be hush'd
Reminiscences of ten years in Canada
' A. B. Johnson
A. B. Johnson , who now lives in Northampton, saw a great deal of life in Canada. He worked on a farm, stooking, as long as he could stand it, then trained as a teacher for prairie schools in Saskatchewan. Before he came home as a stowaway he also worked as an accountant and in a fruit warehouse.
by Rhiannon James
Rhiannon James , who formerly played with the BBC Welsh Orchestra, came to Birmingham last year. She is now harpist to the BBC Midland Orchestra. She was born in Swansea, studied at the Royal Academy of Music, and has given recitals in London.
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