A Paraphrase by E. J. King Bull
Being a dramatic sequence for broadcasting, founded with the authors consent, upon The Story of This Book, by Walter de la Mare , from his anthology 'Come Hither
'The which things ben said by allegory or ghostly understanding'
The incidental music, by Victor Hely -Hutchinson, directed by Jean Poug net and played by the Leslie Bridgewater Quintet
Production by Barbara Burnham
de la Mare
Simon (in boyhood):
(A Ballad Concert)
Olwen Price (contralto)
Idris Higgon (tenor)
Olwen Price began her singing career at a Cymanfa Ganu in Merthyr Tydfil at the age of ten. She has been successful in Eisteddfodau and has appeared in several light and grand operas. She is a sister of W. Ifor Jones, who is now professor of music at Jersey State University and was formerly conductor of the Buxton Spa Orchestra.
Idris Higgon began his career on the Eisteddfod platform. He was successful in the duet competition at Port Talbot National Eisteddfod in 1932, at Neath in 1934, and at Fish-guard in 1936. He also won at the Westminster Festival in 1931. In 1935, 1936, and 1937 he was chosen to sing at Glyndebourne,
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