Some Voices from the Vault

Haggin, B.H.
August 1961
New Republic;8/7/61, Vol. 145 Issue 6/7, p28
Entertainment Review
Reviews several musical recordings. "L'Allegro ed Il Penseroso," by David Willocks and performed by Jacqueline Delman and Elizabeth Harwood; "The Consort of Musicke," performed by Helen Boatwright and Charlene Petersen; "Those Eyes That Set My Fancie on a Fire."


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