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: Carleton Hobbs in 'THE SONG OF THE SHIRT'

A study of Thomas Hood
Written and narrated by Patric Dickinson
Others taking part include:
Patience Collier, Mary O Farrell
Molly Rankin. June
Spencer Wilfred Babbage , Leigh Crutchley
Felix Felton , Denis Goacher
Malcolm Graeme. Charles Hodgson and Geoffrey Wincott
Production by Joe Burroughs


Unknown: Patric Dickinson
Unknown: Mary O Farrell
Unknown: Molly Rankin.
Unknown: Spencer Wilfred Babbage
Unknown: Leigh Crutchley
Unknown: Felix Felton
Unknown: Denis Goacher
Unknown: Malcolm Graeme.
Unknown: Charles Hodgson
Unknown: Geoffrey Wincott
Production By: Joe Burroughs


from Berlioz to the present day
Au rossignol: Ce que je suis sans toi; Venise: Priere: Chanson de printemps; L'absent: Viens, les gazons sont verts; Envoi de fleurs; Mignon
Pierre Bernac (baritone) Francis Poulenc (piano)
Second of sixteen programmes
Bongs by Massenet and Chabrier:
October 16


Piano: Francis Poulenc


by Stephen Toulmin
'Why, then, in face of modem attacks on rationalism and agnosticism, does an agnostic like myself feel neither peculiar nor apologetic? '


Unknown: Stephen Toulmin


Philip Rodgers (treble recorder)
Josephine Lee (piano)
The Krein Saxophone Quartet: Michael Krein (soprano saxophone)
Chester Smith (alto saxophone) Hugh Tripp (tenor saxophone)
Philip Goody (baritone saxophone)
Alan Loveday (violin)
Leonard Cassini (piano)
Ilona Kabos (piano)


Unknown: Philip Rodgers
Piano: Josephine Lee
Soprano: Michael Krein
Unknown: Chester Smith
Tenor: Hugh Tripp
Baritone: Philip Goody
Violin: Alan Loveday
Piano: Leonard Cassini
Piano: Ilona Kabos

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