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Bethlehem, music drama by Rutland Boughton Featured Nativity Print

Bethlehem, music drama by Rutland Boughton

Bethlehem, a music drama by Rutland Boughton. First produced at the Regent Theatre, King's Cross, London, December 1923. An adaptation of the Coventry mystery play of the nativity, set to music, and interspersed with Christmas carols. The composer, Rutland Boughton, conducted. Date: 1923

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Cartoon, Sonnet for Twelfth Night, WW1 Featured Nativity Print

Cartoon, Sonnet for Twelfth Night, WW1

Cartoon, Sonnet for Twelfth Night. The Three Kings visit the baby Jesus, but their gifts are affected by wartime rationing. Instead of gold, frankincense and myrrh, they bring soap, butter, potatoes, and a bag of assorted stuff. Date: 1918

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An Interpretation of the Nativity Featured Nativity Print

An Interpretation of the Nativity

This picture of the Nativity scene has been painted in the Persian style because of its location in the Middle East, the area of the Holy Land. It is surrounded with a border containing flowers. The baby Jesus is pictured lying in hay with his mother, Mary, to his left and his Earthly father, Joseph to his right. In the background there are animals and an angel appearing to three shepherds. The dog in the picture was copied from a Persian manuscript

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