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(Jacobus Gallus) (born July 31, 1550)
Alfred Deller (counter-tenor) George Rizza (counter-tenor) Eric Barnes (tenor) Norman Platt (baritone)
Schola Polyphonica, Director Henry Washington

Resonet in laudibus
Adoramus te Christe
Ecce concipies Planxit David
In nomine Jesu Beati estis
Impetum inimicorum Regnum mundl
Trahe me post te
Mirabile mysterium
Programme arranged by Egon Wellesz
Introduced by Denis Stevens

Contributors

Unknown:
Alfred Deller
Unknown:
George Rizza
Tenor:
Eric Barnes
Baritone:
Norman Piatt
Baritone:
Schola Polyphonica
Unknown:
Henry Washington
Unknown:
Christe Ecce
Unknown:
Planxit David
Unknown:
Jesu Beati
Arranged By:
Egon Wellesz
Introduced By:
Denis Stevens

by Thomas Love Peacock Adapted for broadcasting by Denis Cannan
The music composed and conducted by Anthony Bernard
(Continued in next column)
London Chamber Players and a section of the London Chamber Singers
(soloists: Barbara Lane and Elizabeth Cooper )
Production by Donald McWhinnie

Contributors

Unknown:
Thomas Love Peacock
Broadcasting By:
Denis Cannan
Conducted By:
Anthony Bernard
Soloists:
Barbara Lane
Soloists:
Elizabeth Cooper
Production By:
Donald McWhinnie
Mr Escot a Deteriationist:
Anthony Jacobs
Mr Jenkison, a Statu-quo-ite:
Geoffrey Wincott
Mr Foster, a Perfeotibilian:
Hugh Manning
The Rev Dr Gaster:
Howieson Culff
A WeLsh maid:
Joan Matheson
Mr Milestone, a landscape-gardener:
Denys Blakelock
Harry Headlong, a squire:
Roger Delgado
Caprioletta his sister:
Joan Hart
Evans a butler:
Meadows White
Mr Cranium, a craniologist:
Dodd Mehan
Cephalis his daughter:
Diana Maddox
Sir Patrick O'Prism a dilettante painter:
Allan McClelland
Mr Chromatic, a dilettante musician:
Victor Lucas
His daughters: Tenorina:
Ruth Trouncer
His daughters Graziosa:
Catherine Campbell
Mr Mac-Laurel, a literary critic:
Duncan McIntyre
Mr Panscope, a Universal Philosopher:
Douglas Wilmer
The Squire's Aunt:
Man Marriott-Watson
A Voice:
Hamilton Dyce

by Sir Charles Webster K.C.M.O , ., Stevenson Professor of International History in the University of London
In this talk Sir Charles Webster draws on some hitherto unpublished confidential letters of Princess Lieven to which he had access for his forthcoming book on Palmerston. These throw further light on her quarrel with Palmerston and on the part she tried to play-nett always as successfully as she hoped-in dip.omatic relations.
(The recorded broadcast of July 24)

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Charles Webster K.C.M.O
Unknown:
Sir Charles Webster

Third Programme

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