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: ROBERT FAYRFAX

Mass. O bone Jesu Gloria and Sanctus sung by the Schola Polyphonica
Director, Henry Washington
Fifth of six programmes of choral music by Fayrfax. edited by Dom Anselm Hughes. o.&.B
See also tomorrow at 6.0

Contributors

Edited By: Dom Anselm Hughes.

: ' THE FOOL'S SAGA'

Also taking part are Betty Baskcomb , Beryl Calder. Catherine Campbell , Richard Hurndall , Charles Lefeaux. Arthur Lowe. and Dorothy Summers
Music composed by William Wordsworth played by the BBC Theatre Orchestra
Conductor, Walter Goehr with Martin Boddey (tenor) and Jeanne Chevreau (harp)
Produced by the author
Time: C. A.D. 490. Scene: Jutland, N. Cumbria, and S.E. Pictiand
Part 1
* The Story in the Shield'

Contributors

Unknown: Rayner Heppenstall
Unknown: Betty Baskcomb
Unknown: Beryl Calder.
Unknown: Catherine Campbell
Unknown: Richard Hurndall
Unknown: Charles Lefeaux.
Unknown: Arthur Lowe.
Composed By: William Wordsworth
Conductor: Walter Goehr
Tenor: Martin Boddey
Tenor: Jeanne Chevreau
Hermintrude a Pictish queen: Jean Taylor Smith
Godfrey, her spy: Duncan McLntyre
The Ollave: John Laurie
Feng fratricide and usurping king of Jutland: Malcolm Hayes
Gertrude, his queen: Gladys Young
Hunferth an aged counsellor: Frederick Lloyd
Thora, Hamlet's foster-sister: Joan Hart
Tosti a dwarf: Esmé Percy
Hamlet, son to Gertrude and Orwendill: David King-Wood
His companions:Cimbal: Raf de la Torre
Carvel: Edward Forsyth
Balant a British king: Bryan Powley
Fvris his daughter: Diana Maddox
Minimus, a bard: John Glyn-Jones
Drafnar an outlaw: Howard Marion-Crawford
Hugh a British spy: Basil Jones
Wigiek brother to Gertrude: Alastair Duncan

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: MAGGIE TEYTE

(soprano) with the R. C. A. Victor Orchestra
Conducted by Jean Paul Morel
Rose chérie (Zemire et Azor) (Grétry.
1741-1813)
Adieu, chère Louise (Le Deserteur)
(Monsigny, 1729-1817)
Je sais attacher des rubans (Les Oies de Frere Philippe) (Dourlen, 1780-1864) on gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Jean Paul Morel

: ' THE FOOL'S SAGA'

Part 2
' Hamlet, King of Jutland'

: BRUCKNER

Symphony No. 3, in D minor played by the Concertgebouw Orchestra
Conductor, Eduard van Beinum

Contributors

Conductor: Eduard van Beinum

: THE CURIOUS HISTORY OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR

by Ormerod Greenwood
The speaker traces the origin of some of the eccentricities of English grammar, and describes how past grammarians failed to force It into a tidy and logical shape

Contributors

Unknown: Ormerod Greenwood

: A SERENADE

Estelle Applin (soprano) Donald Munro (baritone)
Josephine Lee (accompanist)
Philharmonic String Trio

Contributors

Soprano: Estelle Applin
Baritone: Donald Munro
Accompanist: Josephine Lee

: EDWARD THOMAS

A selection from his poetry chosen and introduced by.Helen Thomas
Reader. Richard Burton
Production by Frank Hauser

Contributors

Introduced By: Helen Thomas
Reader: Richard Burton
Production By: Frank Hauser

: MOZART

Duo in G, for violin and viola
(K.423) played by Jean Pougnet (violin)
Frederick Riddle (viola)

Contributors

Played By: Jean Pougnet
Viola: Frederick Riddle








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