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: PETER WARLOCK

Henry Cummings (baritone)
Clifton Helltwell (piano)
The. Countryman (John Chalkhiill ) Walking the Wood's (anon., from A Gorgeous Gallery of Gallant Inventions.' 1578)
XRobin Goodfellow (anon., 17th century)
Sleep (John Fletcher)
Sweet and Twenty (Shakespeare) The Singer (Edward Shanks)
Mourn no moe (from ' The Queen of Corinth ' by Beaumont and' Fletcher, 1616)
Passing By (anon.)
Lullaby (Thomas Dekker) The Fox (Bruce Blunt)
Jillian of Berry (quoted in ' The
Knight of the Burning Pestle ' by Beaumont and Fletcher, 1610)
Other programmes of Warlock's songs: Tuesday and Friday. See page 13

Contributors

Baritone: Henry Cummings
Piano: Clifton Helltwell
Unknown: John Chalkhiill

: Ernest Milton in ' THE FISHER KING'

(' Le Roi Pecheur') by Julien Gracq
English version by Rollo H. Myers and E. J. King Bull
Incidental mimic composed by Elisabeth Lubyena and conducted by Edward Clark
(Continued in next column)
Others taking part:
Edward Forsy-th , Raf de la Torre and Donald Gray
A revival of E. J. King Bull's production of April 19. 1949

Contributors

Unknown: Julien Gracq
Unknown: Rollo H. Myers
Composed By: Elisabeth Lubyena
Conducted By: Edward Clark
Unknown: Edward Forsy-Th
Unknown: Raf de la Torre
Unknown: Donald Gray
Amfontas: Ernest Milton
Kundtry: Jill Balcon
Percival: Andrew Faulds
Kayled: Mary Morris
Trevrizent: William Devlin
Klinssor: Esmé Percy
Ilinot: Malcolm Hayes

: ORCHESTRAL . CONCERT

Jacques String Orchestra
(Leader, Irene Richards )
Conductor, John Pritchard

Contributors

Leader: Irene Richards
Conductor: John Pritchard

: PROSPECT

A monthly review of current questions in architecture and town planning
The Stepney-Poplar ,
Reconstruction Scheme
Talk by Professor W. G. Holford
The speaker discusses the rebuilding of nearly two thousand acres in this area, part of which—the ' Lansbury ' neighbourhood-is to form the Live Architecture exhibit in the Festival of Britain.

Contributors

Talk By: Professor W. G. Holford

: MAX REGER

The Dorian Singers
Conductor, Matyas Seibe-r
Ralph Downes (organ)
Chorale Preludes. Op. 135a: O Haupt Jesu Blut sind hier
Haupt
Prelude and Fugue in F, Op. 85 No. 3
Chorus:
Der Mensch letot und besteheit rrur eirve kleine Zeit; Das Agnus Dei; Sohlachtgerang (Geisliche Gesange, Op. 138)
Variations and Fugue on an original theme. Op 73
(The organ music is recorded)
Seventh of ten programmes of music by Reger arranged by Donald Mitchell

Contributors

Conductor: Matyas Seibe-R
Conductor: Ralph Downes
Unknown: Haupt Jesu Blut
Arranged By: Donald Mitchell

: THE SPIRIT OF THE GAME

Reflections Prompted by American Football
Talk by Christopher Salmon , who is at present lecturing at the Vanderbilt University, Tennessee

Contributors

Talk By: Christopher Salmon

: VERNON WATKINS

Ballad of the Rough Sea
Ballad of the Equinox
Ballad of Crawley Woods
Read by Andrew Faulds
Basil Jones. Rollo Gamble

Contributors

Read By: Andrew Faulds
Read By: Basil Jones.

: DEBUSSY

Twelve Studies, Book 2 played by Monique Haas (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Monique Haas








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