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The first of two programmes recorded in Majorca by D. G. Bridson
The talk ranges from a consideration by Robert Graves of his own work as a poet and novelist to opinions on myth and maRic, folk song, the ballads, earlier literature, and the work of his contemporaries. The broadcasts also include readings from his latest poems, many still uncollected.

Contributors

Unknown:
D. G. Bridson
Unknown:
Robert Graves

Victoria de los Angeles SOPRANO Ars Musicae Ensemble Maria Capdevila (tenor fiddle and bass viol); Renata Tarrago (lute and vihuela); Isabel Rocha (treble recorder); Ramon Benet (treble recorder); Fernando Martinez (alto fiddle and lira de braccio); Otto Schwarz (alto fiddle and treble viol); Andres Figueras (tenor recorder); Antonio Figueras (tenor viol); Ramon Fort (bass recorder)

FROM THE USHER HALL, EDINBURGH 1440-1600
Part 1 at 8.0

IN THE PALACE OF ALFONSO THE MAGNANIMOUS IN NAPLES (1443-1494) Genii] dama non se gana....7uan Cornago Nunca fue pena mayor Juan Urrede Aquel conde y aquel conde; Una hija tiene el rey anon.

AT THE COURT OF THE CATHOLIC KINGS (1474-1517) No soy yo quicn la descubre........ Gabriel Pastorcico non te aduermas; Si la noche se hace oscura ............................ anon. Ay triste que vengo Juan del Encina Ay luna que reluccs; Pase el agua, Julieta anon.

Part 2 at 8.50 IN THE EMPIRE OF CHARLES V (1517-1556) Pavana; Perdida tcngo la color; Aquel caballero, madre Luis Milan No me Dames Segalaherba...Diego Pisador De Antequera salie el more; Duelete de mi, Senora; De dos alamos vengo Miguel de Puenllana

IN THE PASSIONATE SPAIN UNDER PHILIP II (1556-1598)
Douce memoire.........................Sandrin Dame acogida en tu hato; Enfermo cstaba Antioco................Esiebun Daza benora si te olvidarc; De dondc venis, amore..........Enriquez de Valderrabano

and ' IPSISSIMUS '
Two dramatic monologues by Eugene Lee-Hamilton (1845-1910)
Introduced by Ian Fletcher
Read by Anthony Jacobs
Eugene Lee-Hamilton began to write poetry as a relaxation while suffering from a cerebro-spinal complaint that kept him on his back for twenty years. His dramatic monologues have a claustrophobic, hallucinatory quality which seems to derive from these circumstances.

Contributors

Unknown:
Eugene Lee-Hamilton
Introduced By:
Ian Fletcher
Read By:
Anthony Jacobs
Read By:
Eugene Lee-Hamilton

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