[Mr. Parks recalls being Santa Claus in 1905].
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A compilation of ten audio cuts.
1. Mr. Parks, now 85 years old, talks about being Father Christmas in 1905 in a Wellington department store [D.I.C.] Recorded in 1967.
2. British pianist Moura Lympany gives some advice to young pianists, recorded in September 1966.
3. An interview with the Amadeus Quartet about chamber music programmes and audiences. Recorded 05/09/1966.
4. Maurice Clare recalls the beginnings of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, then known as the National Orchestra. Recorded 1966.
5. Prime Minister John Marshall pays tribute to Michael Moohan on the event of his death, 07/02/1967.
6. Kenneth Baxter, the secretary of the Federation of Labour, pays tribute to James Roberts on the event of his death, in 1967.
7. The Dunedin town hall clock stirkes twelve.
8. The Minister of Marine, William J. Scott, opens the extension to the Gisborne wharves on 02/12/1967.
9. Ngaio Marsh talks about Douglas Lilburn's compositions for her Shakespeare plays.
10. Sawmillers tales and stories about the huge Australian tree.
Reference number 148010
Media type AUDIO
Collection Sound Collection
Interviews (Sound recordings)
New Zealand Broadcasting Service (estab. 1946, closed 1962)
Marsh, Ngaio, 1895-1982
Marshall, John Ross, 1912-1988
Lympany, Moura, 1916-2005
Scott, William John