Sunday Miscellany Sunday 16 June 2019
Tickets for next year's recording at the Ennis Book Club Festival in Glór, Ennis, Co. Clare, have just gone on sale.
A new book celebrating 50 years of Sunday Miscellany has just been published by New Island Books. This anthology of essays and poetry were read for the first time at Miscellany50, a live event in the Project Arts Centre last December.
My Father, the Psychologist, by Des MacHale;
Conversations with James Joyce, by Maeve Edwards;
I’ve a Notion to Go to the Races, by Leo Cullen;
Telling a Friend about Reading Lorca in the Alhambra, a poem by Mary O’Donnell;
Strange Meeting – Joyce in Hungary, by Frank Kavanagh,
Father for a Day, by Barry McCrea
Oh My Papa sung by Eddie Fisher
Habanera, from Bizet’s Carmen, sung by Maria Callas with the Paris Opera Orchestra, conducted by George Prêtre;
Camptown Races by Stephen Foster, performed by the Dave Brubeck Quartet;
Antillana, sung by the Lecuona Cuban Boys
Klezmer Melodies: Number 3, played by the Fell Clarinet Quartet
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