N'esse pas ung grant deplaisir Deploration de
Fortuna d'un grand temps Bergerette savoyene
Scaramella Faulte d'argent Basiez-moi played by PRO MUSICA ANTIQUA
Director, SAFFORD CAPE on a gramophone record
John Clare 's World
A talk by ERIC ROBINSON
Reader, BASIL JONES
Readings from Clare's The Shepherd's Calendar are beinK broadcast monthly in the Third Programme throughout this year to mark the centenary of the poet's death. The speaker. Eric Robin son. and Geoffrey Sunimerfield. are the editors of the recently published edition of The Shepherd's Calendar.
An evocation of Edwardian schooldays in a Welsh sea coast village by Huw K. Evans
Schoolchildren of Danygraig School, Swansea
Produced by JOHN GRIFFITHS
A new production of the programme broadcast In 1948 in the Welsh Home Service
Wit Six (boy):
Mrs Japes Williams:
by FRANK HARRISON
In the second of two talks Frank Harrison considers the significant changes in European musical conventions and repertoire between 1300 and 1450. His musical illustrations include popular, courtly, and military music.
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