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: The Orchestra and its Instruments: The Keyboard Instruments and Percussion

Philip Thornton
This is Philip Thornton's fifth talk on the orchestra, and today he will deal with instruments such as the cimbalom, piano, clavichord, and harpsichord. His talk in a fortnight's time will conclude this series.

Contributors

Presenter: Philip Thornton

: Fugue for Four Cameras

Danced by Maude Lloyd.
followed by "After Supper"
A Revue with The Aspidistras, Maude Lloyd and Antony Tudor, and Elizabeth French, Dudley Jones, Irene Prador, Lionel Solomon (Flautist of the Television Orchestra)

Contributors

Arranged by: Antony Tudor
Dancer: Maude Lloyd
Dancer: Antony Tudor
Singer: Elizabeth French
Performer: Dudley Jones
Singer: Irene Prador
Flautist: Lionel Solomon
Producer: Stephen Thomas

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: The Orchestra and its Instruments

(Details as at 3.0)

: 'Fugue For Four Cameras'

followed by "After Supper"
A Revue
(Details as at 3.30)

: Close









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