(Sound-Pictures of Carmarthen
The Curator of the Museum watching the destruction of the Old Bridge, a churn-maker at work, a coracle-man paddling on the river, a modern dairy in full swing, the busy market on a Saturday morning-these were some of the records taken by the BBC Mobile Recording Unit at Carmarthen.
The programme produced by T. Rowland Hughes
The Choir of the Church of St.
Ralph T. Morgan (Organist) from the Church of St. Mary
Hymn tune, Luckington (A. and M.
Hymn tune, Thornbury (A. and M.
RALPH T. MORGAN
Sonata in C sharp minor (1st movement)
Benedictur (from Holy Communion
Carol, Lowliest! Loftiest!
RALPH T. MORGAN
Andante tranquillo in E flat (on the tune ' Bedford')
Anthem, Suffer the little children to come unto Me
Magnificat (from Service in A flat)
RALPH T. MORGAN Paean
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