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Chorale Preludes, Op. 69
Now thank we all our God; All glory be to God on high; Our Father, thou in Heaven above: If thou but suffer God to guide thee; What is the world to me; Farewell I gladly hid thee; From depths of woe I cry to thee; Come, Holy Ghost, Creator blest; Come, oh come, thou quickening Spirit; A mighty fortress is our God played by Melville Cook (organ)
From Leeds Parish Church
Second of three programmes of chorale preludes by Flor Peeters

Contributors

Played By:
Melville Cook
Unknown:
Flor Peeters

Sticks and stones will break my bones But names can never hurt me.
When I'm dead and in my grave, You'll pay for what you called me.
A programme of insults and derision, with some milder items, recorded in the streets and playgrounds of Dublin and Glasgow
Narrator, Duncan McIntyre
Programme devised by Leslie Daiken
Production by David Thomson

Contributors

Narrator:
Duncan McIntyre
Unknown:
Leslie Daiken
Production By:
David Thomson

An opera in four acts
Libretto by W. Friedrich
Music by Flotow
(sung in German) and and . , and Chorus and Orchestra of Bayerischer Rundfunk
(Chorus-Master, Josef Kugler )
Conducted BY HANS GIERSTER
(Recording made available by courtesy of Bayerischer Rundfunk, Munich)
The action takes place at Richmond during the reign of Queen Anne
ACT 1
Scene 1: Lady Harriet's boudoir
Scene 2: The hiring-fair at Richmond
Act 2
The living-room of Plunkett's farmhouse

Contributors

Unknown:
W. Friedrich
Chorus-Master:
Josef Kugler
Conducted By:
Hans Gierster
Lady Harriet Durham, maid of honour to the Queen.:
Wilma Lipp
Nancy, her friend:
Hetty PliimacHer
Lord Tristram Mickleford, Lady Harriet's cousin.:
Rudolf Wiinzer
Plunkett, a rich farmer:
Kurt Bshme
Lionel, his foster-brother:
Waldemar Kmentt
The Sheriff:
Richard Bitterauf
Girls:
Gisa Nerz
Girls:
Rose Fink
Girls:
Lotte Schädle
Attendants of Lady Harriet:
Hermann Bennert
Attendants of Lady Harriet:
Peter Schranner
Attendants of Lady Harriet:
Wulf von Lochner
Farmers:
Karl Kreille
Farmers:
Herbert Beisel

A series of talks on four controversial ways of regulating trade
2-The Net Book Agreementby B. S. Yamey
Reader in Economics (with special reference to Distribution) in the University of London
One of the most important features of the new Restrictive Trade Practices Act is that dealing with resale price maintenance. Mr. Yamey examines this practice as applied by the Book Trade.

Contributors

Reader:
B. S. Yamey

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