A talk by Anthony Cronin on The Unnamable, the last volume of Samuel Beckett 's trilogy
This volume, the English version of which has already been published in America, is shortly to appear in this country.
See 8.35 p.m.
Joan Alexander (soprano)
Mary Alexander (soprano) Flora Blyithrnan (contralto)
Windfred Busfield (contralto)
Alexander Carmichael (baritone)
BBC Scottish Orchestra (Led by Harry Carpenter ) Conductor, Ian. Whyte
Bloch's Israel Symphony (written in Paris and Geneva, 1912-16) is in one continuous movement divided into four sections. The five solo voices are heard in a quiet epilogue singing: ' Adonai, my Elohiml Allclouyahl Hear thou my voice, hear my prayer; Thou art my refuge; Hear thou my prayer, 0 hear my crying; In thee I trust, I am steadfast, 0 my Elohim.
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