or ' The Noble Art '—3
Tales of Bristol bruisers of the past, by JAMES BRADY
In the first of this series of three talks James Brady dealt with the exploits of Brain and Belcher, in the second with Pearce and Gully, and in this ta!k he will tell of Tom Cribb , ' Man of Iron ' and conqueror of the great Molyneaux. The names of Bristol men ring in the annals of British pugilism.
(Instrumental and Vocal)
Pwt o gan yn y cywair lion a lleddf
MEGAN THOMAS (soprano)
HAYDN ADAMS (tenor)
COR MEIBION Y LYRIAN,
(The Cardiff Lyrian Singers)
Blaenor Chwarae , FRANK THOMAS
(The Western Studio Orchestra, leader, Frank Thomas )
of Music by Brahms
THE B B C SINGERS (A)
Conducted by TREVOR HARVEY
At the pianoforte
Marienlieder, Op. 22
I. The Angels' Greeting ; 2. Mary and the Boatman; 3. Mary's Wandering ; 4. The Hunter ; 5. A Prayer to Mary ; 6. Mary Magdalene ; 7. In Praise of Mary Zigeunerlieder , Op. 103 i. Gypsy, ho !; 2. Where the Rima river rolls its waters dark and drear ; 3. Would you like to know when my dearest is most sweet ? ; 4. Heav'n alone can tell how oft I rue the day; 5. Dark eyed ]ad his blue eyed sweetheart; 6. Roses grow all in a row, so red and sweet; 7. Dearest, dost thou ever call to mind the troth ; 8. Hark the wind sighs in the branches soft and low ; 9. Far and wide no kind glance I find ; 10. Tho' the moon's face clouded be; 11. Rosy clouds of morning veil the vault above
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