in the mid-sixteenth century
Programme devised and Introduced by Hugh Baillie
The Ambrosian Singers
Denis Vaughan (organ)
This programme illustrates the variety of forms and styles extant in London church music during the troubled years between Henry VIII's dissolution of the monasteries and the return of the Roman rite in the reign of Queen Mary.
Talk by Robert Furneaux Jordan , F.R.I.B.A.
Why is it only in recent years that the architectural critic has emerged to take his place with the critics of other arts? In reflecting upon this, Mr. Jordan gives his views of the ways in which architectural criticism differs from other forms and of why modern building should need an intermediary to explain it to the public.
Reginald Moore (organ)
Scherzo: Intermezzo (OrgelstUcke, Op.
80 Book 2)
Weihnachten, Op. 145 No. 3
Fantasia on the Chorale: Wie schon leucht't uns der Morgenstern, Op. 40 No. 1
Third of a series of four recitals
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