by Constance Clinton-Baddeley
Thomas Adolphua Trollope. brother of Anthony Trollope , died in 1892. He was himself a writer of distinction and a striking personality. Mrs. Clinton-Baddeley, who was closely acquainted with him for a number of years before his death, looks back to Victorian England and gives some reminiscences 'of her old friend
on gramophone records
Variations on the aria. La Ricordanza (Czerny): Vladimir Horowitz (piano) Two Caprices, Nos. 5 and 6 (Paganini): Ossy Renardy (violin), with Walter Robert at the piano
Toccata (Schumann) : Simon Barer (piano)
Notturno e Tarantella (Szymanowski); Arthur Grumiaux (violin), with Gerald Moore at the piano
6-' The Reve's Tole '
Extracts from Chaucer's poem, arranged for broadcasting by Nevill Coghill and read by Robert Mawdesley , Cecil Trouncer , James McKechnie , Betty Hardy , and Ian Catford
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