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: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

An appeal on behalf of BANGOR HosPITAL Extension FUND, by the Most Honble. THE MARQUESS OF DUFFERIN AND AvA, President of the Hospital
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]

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: Poets' Pilgrimage-9

JOHN MASEFIELD
The Poems chosen and the Prologue composed by Humbert Wolfe
Spoken by CARLETON HOBBS
ROBERT HOLMES and MARY HINTON
(From Regional)

Contributors

Unknown: John Masefield
Composed By: Humbert Wolfe
Spoken By: Carleton Hobbs
Spoken By: Robert Holmes
Spoken By: Mary Hinton

: THE BBC NORTHERN IRELAND ORCHESTRA

Leader, PHILIP WHITEWAY
Conducted by PETER MONTGOMERY
KATHLEEN LONG
(pianoforte)
Mozart's opera The Magic Flute was written at the request of Schikanaender, who was the manager of a small theatre situated in the grounds of Prince Starhemberg's house, in a suburb of Vienna. The libretto was written by Schikanaender and Gieseke, another of Mozart's friends. All three were members of the same Masonic Lodge , and the opera has always been understood to be connected with certain Masonic rites and ceremonies.
The A major Piano Concerto, one of the finest of all Mozart's concerted works, dates from March, 1786. In other words, it belongs to the Figaro period. It is one of the three concertos composed for Mozart's subscription concerts in the Lent of that year, the other two being the E flat (K.482) and the C minor (K.491).

Contributors

Leader: Philip Whiteway
Conducted By: Peter Montgomery
Pianoforte: Kathleen Long
Unknown: Masonic Lodge








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