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THE HERETIC

A play for radio by Jean Morris with Stephen Murray and Marjorie Westbury
The play is set in Sussex during the reign of Mary Tudor Cast in order of speaking:
Music chosen by John Beckett and Michael Morrow and played by the Musica Reservata
Produced by MICHAEL BAKEWELL
See page 21
BBC Home Service Basic

THE SUNDAY PLAY

The Heretic
A play for radio by Jean Morris set in Sussex during the reign of Mary Tudor with Stephen Murray and Marjorie Westbury
Cast in order of speaking:
Music chosen by John Beckett and Michael Morrow played by the MUSICA RESERVATA
Produced by MICHAEL BAKEWELL
Broadcast on Dec. 3, 1962
BBC Radio 3

e Walter Frye

MUSICA RESERVATA
Jantina Noorman (mezzo)
Grayston Burgess , Kevin Smith (counter-tenors)
John O'Sullivan , Martyn Hill , Edga- Fleet, John Dudley (tenors)
John Whitworth (baritone)
Michael Wakeham (baritone) Don Smithers (cornett)
Roger Brenner (alto sackbut) Peter Goodwin (tenor sackbut) Martin Nicholls (bass sackbut) Daphne Webb (tenor rebec) James Tyler (tenor viol) director MICHAEL MORROW conductor JOHN BECKETT (organ) Ave
Regina Ave Regina (keyboard version) Rondeau: Tout a par moy
Tout a par moy (keyboard version)
Ballade: Alas, alas Missa Flos regalis
Introduced by BRIAN TROWELL
BBC Radio 3

The Old Wives Tale

by GEORGE PEELE (c 1557-96)
Adapted for broadcasting and produced by TERENCE TILLER Music arranged by MICHAEL MORROW and performed under his direction by members of MUSICA RESERVATA
Cast in order of speaking:
BBC Radio 3

The Old Wives Tale

by George Peele (c 1557-96)
Adapted for broadcasting and produced by Terence Tiller Music arranged by Michael Morrow and performed under his direction by members of Musica Reservata
BBC Two England

The Artist in Society: 1: The Middle Ages

Three programmes which set out to examine different aspects of the role played by the artist in society during a thousand years of European civilisation
Introduced by Ronald Fletcher Professor of Sociology, University of York
Contributors include:
Andrew Martindale on 'Siena in the Middle Ages' with the recorded voices of Catherine Salkeld, Paul Ferris, Norman Pitt, David Swift
*
Brian Trowell on 'Medieval Music in France and Italy' with Musica Reservata
Grayston Burgess and John Whitworth (counter-tenors), Daphne Webb (rebec)
John Sothcott (recorder) Michael Morrow (lute)
*
Glynne Wickham on 'The Chester Miracle Plays' with Tom Fleming as Abraham and Fergus McClelland as Isaac; also taking part: Peter Fraser, John Glen
Network Three

MEDIEVAL MUSIC

MUSICA RESERVATA:
Jantina Noorman (mezzo-soprano and portative organ)
Grayston Burgess (counter-tenor)
John Whitworth (counter-tenor)
Ian Partridge (tenor)
John Sothcott (recorder)
Don Smithers
(cornetto and crumhorn)
John Beckett (viol)
Daphne Webb (tenor rebec)
Jeremy Montagu
(nakers and percussion)
Director, MICHAEL MORROW (lute)
Continued in next column
The first of four programmes of medieval music
Network Three

MUSIC IN VENICE

Sixteenth-century vocal and instrumental dance music
MUSICA RESERVATA Jantina Noorman (mezzo-soprano)
Grayston Burgess (counter-tenor)
John Whitworth (counter-tenor) Nigel Rogers
(tenor and crumhorn)
John Sotheott (recorder) Don Smithers
(cornetto and crumhorn) Tony Moore
(sackbut and trombone) Alan Lumsden
(sackbut and trombone)
Daphne Webb (tenor rebec) John Beckett
(viol and harpsichord)
Desmond Dupre (viol and lute) Brian Wilson (harp)
Jeremy Montagu (percussion)
Director, MICHAEL MORROW (lute)
Eleventh of fourteen programmes
June 23:
Cavalli's Messa Concertata
Network Three

LE ROMAN DE FAUVEL

c. 1310-20 by Gervais du Bus
A verse-translation of selected passages written and produced by Terence Tiller with associated music by PHILIPPE DE VITRY and others
Transcribed and arranged by MICHAEL MORROW played by members of MUSICA RESERVATA
Readers:
Olive GREGG , DEREK BIRCH
HUGH BURDEN , ALLAN MCCLELLAND and HECTOR Ross
Second broadcast
Network Three

MUSIC MAKING

Spanish Music
RAFAEL PUYANA (harpsichord)
JANTINA NOORMAN (mezzo-soprano) with members of MUSICA RESERVATA Director, MICHAEL MORROW
DAVID PARKHOUSE (piano)
THE BOISE TRIO
Second broadcast of the songs and harpsichord sonatas
Network Three

SPANISH MUSIC

MUSICA RESERVATA Jantina Noorman (mezzo-soprano) Grayston Burgess (counter-tenor)
Tom Sutcliffe (counter-tenor) John Dudley (tenor)
John Sothcott (recorder) Don Smithers
(cornet and crumhorn) Tony Moore (trombone)
Alan Lumsden (trombone) Ruth David (rebec)
Daphne Webb (rebec)
Desmond Dupre (lute and viol) John Beckett
(harpsichord and viol)
Jeremy Montagu (percussion)
Director. MICHAEL MORROW
(lute and crumhorn)
BBC Radio 3

GERMAN MUSIC

Musica Reservata
Jantina Noorman (mezzo-soprano)
Nigel Rogers (tenor)
Don Smithers (cornett, crumhorn, and sordun) David Munrow (curtal, crumhorn, and sordun)
Alan Lumsden (trombone) Tony Moore (trombone) John Beckett (organ) Director,
Michael Morrow (crumhorn)
BBC Radio 3

SPANISH MUSIC

MUSICA RESERVATA
Jantina Noorman (mezzo-soprano) Grayston Burgess (counter-tenor) Tom Sutcliffe (counter-tenor) John Dudley (tenor)
John Sothcott (recorder) Don Smithers (cornett and crumhorn)
Tony Moore (trombone)
Alan Lumsden (trombone) Ruth David (rebec)
Daphne Webb (rebec)
Desmond Dupre (lute and viol)
John Beckett (harpsichord and viol) Jeremy Montagu (percussion) Director, MICHAEL MORROW (lute and crumhorn)
Broadcast on July 28. 1967
BBC Radio 3

EARLY RENAISSANCE MUSIC

MUSICA RESERVATA
Directed and introduced by MICHAEL MORROW
Three Spanish songs
Broadcast on July 26. 1966
BBC Radio 3

Italian Music

MUSICA RESERVATA
Jantina Noorman (mezzo-sop); Grayston Burgess (counter-tenor); Nigel Rogers , Edgar Fleet (tenors)
John Sothcott (recorder): David Munrow (shawm, crumhorn); Bernard Thomas (crumhorn): Ruth David , Daphne Webb (rebecs): Desmond Dupre pr (rebec, viol); Michael Morrow (lute): John Leach (dulcimer psaltery); Jeremy Montague (percussion) conductor JOHN BECKETT (organ) (Recorded at a public concert on 7 February in the Purcell Room, Royal Festival Hall, London Part 1
Italian music of the 14th century was essentially a secular, a renaissance, art. Its master-pieces are miniature ones: song settings of the fixed verse forms, in which the vocal parts often demand considerable virtuosity. The subjects of the verse reflect most aspects of the leisured life: hunting, fishing, love-making, moralising.
No instruments are expressly called for in the manuscripts, but we know from contemporary literature, painting, and sculpture that these songs were commonly performed with instrumental accompaniment and sometimes by instruments alone. One of the rare collections of purely instrumental music of the time contains keyboard settings of several Italian songs, and two of these settings will be heard in today's programme.
BBC Radio 3

13th Century Polytextual Motets

selected, adapted, and introduced by MICHAEL MORROW performed by MUSICA RESERVATA conducted by JOHN BECKETT The lyrics translated by TERENCE TILLER
Readers FRANCES JEATER
PETER PRATT , DAVID SPENSER
Produced by TERENCE TILLER
BBC Radio 3

Medieval French and English Music

MUSICA RESERVATA
Jantina Noorman (mezzo-sop) Margaret Philpot (mezzo-sop) Grayston Burgess (counter-ten) Edgar Fleet (tenor) John Dudley (tenor) Ruth David
(treble rebec and vielle) Eleanor Sloan
(treble rebec and vielle)
Daphne Wehb (tenor rebec) Desmond Dupre
(tenor rebec and bass viol) Colin Sheen (sackbut)
John Sothcott (recorder)
Bernard Thomas (crumhorn) Richard Harvey (crumhorn) James Tyler
(lute, cittern and crumhorn) Anthony Rooley
(lute and cittern)
Brian Wilson (harp) Jeremy Montagu
(nakers and percussion) director MICHAEL MORROW (citole and bells) conductor JOHN BECKETT
Part 1: 13th and 14th century
BBC Radio 3

This Week's Composers

Morley, Dowland,
Gibbons Dowland Pavan a 4; Mr Thomas Collier 's Gaillard; The Earl of Essex, his Galliard; Away with these self-loving lads
PURCELL CONSORT OF VOICES
MUSICA RESERVATA directed by GRAYSTON BURGESS (counter-tenor) and MICHAEL MORROW
9.20* Morley Canzonets: Sweet nymph, come to thy lover; Miraculous love's wounding; I go before, my darling
ALFRED DELLER and MARK DELLER (counter-tenors)
9.28' Gibbons Verse Anthems: This is the record of John; See, see, the Word is incarnate: Glorious and powerful God
CHOIR OF KING'S COLLEGE, CAM-BRIDGE
JACOBEAN CONSORT OF VIOLS SIMON PRESTON (organ) conducted by DAVID WILLCOCKS gramophone records
BBC Radio 3

English Music

MUSICA RESERVATA director MICHAEL MORROW
JANTINA NOORMAN (meZZO-SOp)
GRAYSTON BURGESS (counter-tenor) EDGAR FLEET (tenor)
GEOFFREY SHAW (baritone) CATHERINE MACKINTOSH (treble viol)
CAROLYN SPAREY (tenor viol) JAMES TYLER
(lute, cittern and tenor viol) DAPHNE WEBB (baSS V4Ol)
ADAM SKEAPING (bass viol) ANTHONY ROOLEY (lute) conductor
JOHN BECKETT (harpsichord) Nicholson Sweet , they say
Byrd Who made thee, Hob, forsake the plough?
John Johnson Galliard and Dump anon; Adrianus Valerius Daphne anon Ah, silly poor Joas; Bonny sweet Robin; My sweet little darling; Browning: The leaves be green
Elway Bevin Browning : The leaves be green
William Inglot Browning : The leaves be green
William Cobbold New Fashions
BBC Radio 3

Music in Venice

16th-century vocal and Instrumental dance music
MUSICA RESERVATA: directed and Introduced by MICHAEL MORROW






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