' The Principle of the Spiritual Harvest'
A sermon preached in Brighton on December 5, 1849
The Rev. P. W. Robertson died a hundred years ago today. During his lifetime he exercised a wide influence from Trinity Chapel, Brighton, but his sermons, printed after his death, became an even greater influence as classics of the sermon style.
Rev. P. W.
Novelletten, Op. 21
(Nos. 5, 6. 7, and 8) played by Edith Vogel (piano)
or The Verbiage Collector' by Michael Ayrton
Produced by Francis Dillon
followed an interlude at 7.30
An opera in four acts
Libretto by Arrigo Boito founded on Shakespeare
Music by Verdi (sung in Italian)
(Continued In next column)
Chorus of the Ne-therlands Opera
(Chorus-Master, Henk van Wielink )
Concertgebouw Orchestra CONDUCTED BY JOSEF KRIPS
Producer, Herbert Graf
The action takes place in and around Otello's caetle in Cyprus at the end of the fifteenth century.
Outside the casde, overlooking the harbour
A room leading on to the garden
Otello, a Moor, governor of Cyprus (tenor):
Iago, his ensign (baritone):
Cassio, his lieutenant (tenor):
Roderigo, a Venetian gentleman (tenor):
Montano, former governor of Cyprus (bass):
Lodovico, ambassador of the Venetian Republic (bass):
Desdemona, Otello's wife (soprano):
Emilia, her companion, Iago's wife (mezzo-soprano):
7-The Meaning of Toleration
A discussion between
J. D. Mabbott , C.B.E.
Fellow of St. John's College, Oxford and Patrick Nowell-Smith
Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford
Last oJ a aeries of programmes
The great hall of the castle
Dona Salmon talks about beasts, insects, and reptiles of a New Mexican summer
London Flute Ensemble:
William de Blaise (flute)
Granville Jones (violin)
Maurice Loban (viola) Norina Semino (cello)
Charles Spinks (harpsichord)