Nancy Evans (mezzo-soprano)
Donald Munro (baritone)
Frederick Stone (piano)
Love for Love
Johnnie wi' the tye I held love's hand
Thou gavs't me leave to kiss Take, 0 take those lips away The Cradle Song As ever I saw
The Distracted Maid Pretty Ring-time
Second of four recitals of songs by Warlock.
Professor W. B. Stanford , of Trinity College, Dublin, gives a revised version of the lecture he delivered to the Classical Association earlier this year
He describes the varying treatment the theme or Ulysses has received in the centuries that lie between Homer and James Joyce.
Professor W. B.
Talk by Nikolaus Pevsner , newly elected Slade Professor of Fine Art at Cambridge.
This talk is a shortened version of Professor Pevsner's inaugural lecture, delivered at
Cambridge on October 17. He speaks about Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt , who was elected the first Cambridge Slade Professor in 1869. Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt was also Secretary of the 1851 Exhibition, and at that time had a controversy with Ruskin that is still of significance for our own day.
Sir Matthew Digby
Sir Matthew Digby
by C. Day Lewis
Part 2 : ' Flight to Italy'
C. Day Lewis reads the second part of his new poem in which he describes the effect on him of a visit to post-war Italy. Part 2 was inspired by the air journey from England to the South.
Talk by Isaac Foot
In a lifetime devoted to many interests the Rt. Hon. Isaac Foot has been a notable collector of books. His 30,000 volumes housed in his home in Cornwall-he has given another 10,000 away-include a remarkable collection of Greek New Testaments and complete first editions of world-famous authors. In this talk Mr. Foot reflects on his experiences as a book collector and describes how his library was built up.
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