(soprano) accompanied by Emo Balogh
An Chloe (Mozart); Alte Laute (Schumann); Die Kartenlegerin (Schumann); Gute Nacht (Franz); Selige Nacht (Marx); Der Gartner (Wolf); Anakreons Grab (Wolf) on gramophone records
The Passion of our Lord according to St. Mark for soloists, choir, and organ
René Soames (tenor)
Philip Hattey (bass-baritone) George Thalben-Ball (organ)
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
From St. Mark's. North Audley Street, London
A feature programme written by Hugh K. Evans
Produced by P. H. Burton
This programme attempts to reconstruct the life of a North Wales school in Edwardian days. For the older generation of listeners it may revive memories, and for those listeners who are the products of our modern educational system there
. should be some amusement in comparing the old days with their own-and possibly some food for thought
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