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Hymn of Jesus sung by the Huddersfield Choral Society with the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent on gramophone records


Conducted By: Sir Malcolm Sargent


A talk on political or economic events of the day


Yvonne Dellow (soprano)
Ernest Lush (accompanist)
Loewenguth String Quartet:
Alfred Loewenguth (violin)
Jacques Murgier (violin)
Roger Roche (viola)
Pierre Basseux (cello) followed by an interlude at 7.55


Soprano: Yvonne Dellow
Accompanist: Ernest Lush
Violin: Alfred Loewenguth
Violin: Jacques Murgier
Viola: Roger Roche
Cello: Pierre Basseux

: Maria Becker in ‘ ST. JÓAN ’

by Bernard Shaw
With Elsa Palmer , Gladys Spencer , Joan Hart and Nancy Nevinson
Production by Peter Watts
Andante con variazioni in F minor played by Lilt Kraus (piano) on gramophone records


Unknown: Bernard Shaw
Unknown: Elsa Palmer
Unknown: Gladys Spencer
Unknown: Joan Hart
Unknown: Nancy Nevinson
Production By: Peter Watts
Played By: Lilt Kraus
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: Wyndham Goldie
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


La ténébreuse La favorite Le gamier Passacaille
Aimée van de Wiele (harpsichord)


Harpsichord: Aimée van De Wiele


Talk. by Douglas Grant on the poet who died two hundred years ago
Reading from James Thomson 's poetry: tomorrow at 11.35


Talk By: Douglas Grant
Unknown: James Thomson

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