Sunday Miscellany Sunday 19 May 2019
Miscellany50 Live from the Project. Last winter 10 concerts were recorded in the Project Arts Centre, Dublin, to mark 50 years of Sunday Miscellany, on air since 1968. Contributors had as their starting point a year since 1968 when Sunday Miscellany started to broadcast. If you would like to listen back to any of the concerts or the archive programmes which aired prior to the concerts, do click here
The Telegram, by Mary Black;
The Fire In The Flint, by Éilis Ní Dhuibhne;
Bath Abbey and the Shadows of History, by Emer O’Kelly;
We’ll Gather Lilacs, by Pat Dunne;
Heavenly Feast, a poem by Denise Blake
Un Bel Di Vedremo, from Puccini’s Madame Butterfly, sung by Margaret Burke Sheridan with the Orchestra of La Scala, conducted by Carlo Sabajno;
Time to Time, by We Banjo Three;
Adagio from Mozart’s Violin Concerto no. 3 in G Major, played by Yehudi Menuhin with the Bath Festival Chamber Orchestra;
We’ll Gather Lilacs, written by Ivor Novello and sung by Anne Ziegler and Webster Booth.
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