Joan Cross (soprano)
Peter Pears (tenor)
George James (bass) Olive Zorian (violin)
Marjorie Lavers (violin)
Norina Semino (cello)
Boris Ord (piano)
I spy Celia
What can we poor females do? Ye twice ten hundred deities
Sonata of four parts, in F (The
Job's Curse Alleluia
In guilty night (Saul and the Witch of Endor)
A biographical symposium of poems, letters, and dramatic fragments by Thomas Lovell Beddoes to mark the centenary of his death programme compiled by John Keir Cross and Montague Shaw
Alan Wheatfey , Valentine Dyall
Laidman Browne , Anthony Jacobs
Patricia Jessel , Robert Marsden
The music for the songs composed by Leslie Bridgewater
Producer, Noel Iliff
This symphony has been described as a picture of childhood. Bruno Walter claims that in it Mahler ' assures himself and us of a sheltered security in the sublimely serene dream of a heavenly life. The finale is a setting for soprano and orchestra of the poem ' A Child's Vision of Heaven,' from ' Des Knaben Wunderhorn '
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