Te Deum for the Peace of Utrecht
Ruth Guldboek (soprano) Valborg Garde (soprano)
Else Brems (contralto)
Dagmar Schou (contralto)
Ole Walbom (tenor)
Volmer Holboll (tenor)
Einar Norby (bass)
Sören Sörenson (organ)
Chorus and Chamber Orchestra of Statsradiofonien
Conductor. Mogens Wbldike on gramophone records
A monthly programme of comment and observation
‘ In Defence of Lallans ’ lain Fletcher
" Modern " poetry—a desperate fiction '
' The Future of Poetry '
' On Patronage '
Guy Chapman speaks about The Journal of William Beckford in Portugal and Spain, 1787-8, edited by Boyd Alexander. This journal, now published for the first time, was the basis for part of the well-known travel book published by Beckford in 1834.
Flora Nielsen (mezzo-soprano)
Ernest Lush (piano)
Sagt, seid Ihr es, feiner Herr; Alle gingen, Here, zur Ruh; Schmerzliche Wonnen und wonnige Schmereen:
Sagt ihm, dass er zu mir komme: Da nur Leid und Leidenschaft: Bedeckt mich mit Blumen; Sio blasen zum Abmarsch: Geh' Geliebter, geh' jetzt
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