A play by John Webster
(first published in 1612) Adapted for broadcasting by M. R. Ridley
Production by Felix Felton
Francisco de Medicis:
His friends: Antonelli:
Matron of the House of Convertites:
Six talks on the aesthetic of Gregorian Chant by Father Bernard McElligott. O.S.B., and Alec Robertson. With illustrations specially recorded by the Benedictine Monks of Quarr Abbey under the direction of Dom Aldhelm Dean
3-' Rhythm in Plainsong and Later Music '
by Father McElligott
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