Ode on St. Cecilia's Day (1692)
Margaret Ritchie (soprano)
Ena Mitchell (soprano)
Marjorie Thomas (contralto) Alfred Deller (counter-tenor)
George Rizza (counter-tenor)
Richard Lewis (tenor)
Bruce Boyce (baritone)
(Continued in next column)
Scott Joynt (bass)
Thurston Dart (harpsichord)
Margaret Cobb (organ)
Goldsmiths' Choral Union
(Conductor, Frederick Haggis )
The Boyd Neel Orchestra
(Leader, Maurice Clare )
Conducted by Boris Ord
Second of four concepts of music by Purcell , arranged under the direction of Anthony Lewis
That military conscription should now cease
Proposed by George Probert (St. Catharine's) and D. N. Pritt , K.C., M.P.
Opposed by D. C. H. Hirst (Trinity) Secretary of the Union and Michael Stewart, M.P .
Financial Secretary at the War Office
In the chair:
Denzil Freeth (Trinity Hall)
President of the Union
Commentary by Henry Riddell
From the Cambridge Union
The conclusion of the Debate and the Division are to be broadcast at 11.30
D. C. H.
or how Thomas of Reading was murdered at his hosts' house of Cole-brooke, who also had murdered many before him. and how their wickednesse was at length revealed
Story by Thomas Deloney
Read by Donald Bisset
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