A Tyneside Chronicle by Walter Diericx
Presented by Sal Sturgeon
This is the ninth of the new series of dialect stories that has been arranged to entertain the many North Regional listeners who enjoy stories of local life told in one or other of the living dialects of the North.
THE BEECHAM OPERATIC
Chorus Master, ARTHUR LOMAS
ARTHUR WILKES (tenor)
HARRY HOPEWELL (baritone)
THE AUGMENTED NORTHERN
(Leader, JOHN BRIDGE)
Conducted by T. H. MORRISON
'The Pied Piper of Hamelin'
Words by Robert Browning
Set to Music for Tenor, Baritone. Chorus, and Orchestra by C. Hubert H.
OF PARRY 'S secular choral works, The Pied Piper, which was first sung at the Norwich Festival in 1905, is probably the most popular, if we exclude the shorter and more dignified work on Milton's text, The Blest Pair of Syrens, which is usually held to be Parry's masterpiece in choral writing.
An Irish Ballad for Chorus and Orchestra
Words by J. Sheridan Le Fanu
Set to music by Charles Villiers Stanford
PHAUDRIG CROHOORE , or, as we should write it, Patrick Connor , is a ballad of traditional type, though penned by a modern writer. A girl about to marry another is carried off by Patrick Connor , her true lover.
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