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: SEQUENCE FOR MICHAELMAS

An Anthology of Verse, Prose, and Music
Compiled by Edward Pine
From St. Michael's College, Tenbury, Worcestershire, on Michaelmas Day, Sept. 29, 1948
Choral parts sung by choristers of St. Michael's
Reader, Robert Speaight
Director of Music. Maxwell Menzies
Revelation of St. John 12, vv. 7-10, and 12
Factum est silentium (Dering)
Paradise Lost. Book 1, 28-49
Paradise Lost, Book 3. 344-349 Gloria in excelsis (Weelkes)
John Donne (Sermons)
Haec dies (Byrd)
John Donne (Sermons)
Oquam gloriosum (Victoria)
1 Peter 5, vv. 6-9
Aeropagitica
Christ, the fair glory of the holy Angels (Plainsong)
Hebrews 2, vv. 14-18
My soul, there is a country far beyond the stars {Parry)
Dostoevsky (The Brothers Karamazov)
Paradise Lost Book 4. 676-688
Faire is the Heaven (Harris)
St. Matthew 18, vv. 1-5. and 10
Night (Blake)
King Jesus hath a garden (Dutch carol)
Before Sleeping (anon.)

Contributors

Reader: Robert Speaight
Unknown: John Donne

: GREAT BRITAIN AS AN EXPORTER TO THE U.S.A.

Talk from New York by C. D. Jackson about the long-term prospects of an adequate American market for British goods
A survey of the possibilities of increasing our exports to the U.S. was prepared recently by the American magazine Time, and presented by Mr. Jackson

Contributors

Unknown: C. D. Jackson

: BEETHOVEN

Trio in B flat, Op. 97
(The Archduke) played by the Rubbra-Brainin-Pleeth Trio:
Norbert Brainin (violin)
William Pleeth (cello)
Edmund Rubbra (piano)
Last of a series of recitals of Beethoven piano trios

Contributors

Violin: Norbert Brainin
Cello: William Pleeth
Piano: Edmund Rubbra

: Maria Becker in ' ST. JOAN'

by Bernard Shaw
With Elsa Palmer , Gladys Spencer , Joan Hart , and Nancy Nevinson
Produced by Peter Watta
During the interval: 9.45-10.0 app.
Francois Couperin
Ritratto dell'Amore on gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Shaw
Unknown: Elsa Palmer
Unknown: Gladys Spencer
Unknown: Joan Hart
Unknown: Nancy Nevinson
Produced By: Peter Watta
Unknown: Francois Couperin
Robert de Baudricourt: Leslie Perrins
Steward: Eliot Makeham
Joan: Maria Becker
Bertrand de Poulengey: Peter Assinder
La Tremouille: Frederick Lloyd
The Archbishop of Rheims: Baliol Holloway
Gilles de Rais: Carl Bernard
La Hire: Malcolm Graeme
Charles, the Dauphin: Preston Lockwood
Dunois: Sebastian Shaw
Page to Dunois: David Spenser
The Earl of Warwick: Milton Rosmer
John de Stogumber: Richard Williams
Monseigneur Cauchon: Dennis Arundell
The Inquisitor: Valentine Dyall
Canon d'Estivet: Anthony Jacobs
Canon de Courcelles: Malcolm Hayes
Brother Martin Ladvenu: David Enders
An Executioner: William Trent
An English soldier: Charles Leno
A gentleman: John Dodsworth

: HUGO WOLF

Songs from Paul Heyse 's book of Italian Lyrics
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano)
Julius Patzak (tenor)
Frederick Stone (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Heyse
Soprano: Elisabeth Schwarzkopf
Tenor: Julius Patzak
Piano: Frederick Stone








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