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: BACH

The Art of Fugue prepared for performance by LEONARD ISAACS
Members of the ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Directed from the harpsichord by GEORGE MALCOLM
Part 1
Contrapunctl I-VI: Canon by Inversion and augmentation; Contrapunctus VII; Canon at the octave: Contrapunctus VIII
Recording of the Thursday invitation Concert on January 3

Contributors

Unknown: Leonard Isaacs

: THE FIRST MASTER OF THE MASS MEDIA?

REYNER BANHAM talks about Alphonse Mucha , minor master of art nouveau, who was recently the subject of three London exhibitions Second broadcast

Contributors

Talks: Reyner Banham
Unknown: Alphonse Mucha

: BACH

The Art of Fugue
Part 2
Canon at the twelfth; Contrapunctus IX; Canon at the tenth: Contrapunctus X: Contrapunctus XII (rectus and Inversus): Contrapunctus XIII (rectus and inversus); Contrapunctus XI

: THE ETON CHOIRBOOK

The second of two illustrated talks in which FRANK HARRISON introduces music from the Eton Choirbook, which he has edited for performance
The illustrations are sung by the Schola Potyphonica (director, Henry Washington) and include Payrfax's Regale Aiagniftcat , Horwood's Gaude flore virginale, Wylkynson's Apostles* Creed, and music by Cornyshe.

Contributors

Introduces: Frank Harrison
Unknown: Regale Aiagniftcat

: NEW POETRY

A selection of unpublished poems chosen and introduced by DOROTHY BAKER
Contributors: FRANCIS BERRY
JACK BEVAN , MICHAEL HAMBURGER CHRISTOPHER HAMPTON ELIZABETH JENNINGS
RICHARD KF. LL, W. S. MERWIN
SYLVIA PLATH , PETER REDGROVE
Readers: MARY WIMBUSH GARY WATSON , PETER ORR

Contributors

Introduced By: Dorothy Baker
Unknown: Francis Berry
Unknown: Jack Bevan
Unknown: Michael Hamburger
Unknown: Christopher Hampton
Unknown: Elizabeth Jennings
Unknown: Richard Kf.
Unknown: W. S. Merwin
Unknown: Sylvia Plath
Readers: Mary Wimbush
Readers: Gary Watson
Readers: Peter Orr

: EUGENE ISTOMIN

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: MINE HOSTESS

La Locandiera by Carlo Goldoni translated by CLIFFORD BAX with Geraldine McEwan
Max Adrian and Colin Gordon
The action takes place at Mirandolina's inn in Florence, 1751. Music selected from records of the works of Vivaldi
Produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX Third broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Carlo Goldoni
Translated By: Clifford Bax
Unknown: Geraldine McEwan
Unknown: Max Adrian
Unknown: Colin Gordon
Produced By: Charles Lefeaux
The Marquis of Forlipopoli: Max Adrian
The Count of Albafiorita: Colin Gordon
Fabrizio, a servant: Haydn Jones
The Knight of Ripafratta: Simon Lack
Mirandolina, mistress of the inn: Geraldine McEwan
The Knight's servant: Lee Fox
Ortensia, a comedy actress: Barbara Lott
Oejanira, another actress: Patricia Clapton
The Count's man: Peter Pratt

: DEBUSSY

Images played by the SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET on a gramophone record

Contributors

Conducted By: Ernest Ansermet

: Closedown









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