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Music International: Making Musicians


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A monthly report from the world of music.

Whatever happened to the Gulbenkian Report?
Nearly three years have passed since it recommended improvements in music education. What is the position now? Are we any nearer the ultimate goal of getting the best out of the young musical talent we undoubtedly possess?
Music International this evening devotes the whole of its programme to a special report by Bernard Keeffe.
The emphasis is on orchestral training and includes contributions from: Sir Thomas Armstrong, Sir Edward Boyle, M.P., Sir Keith Falkner, Myers Foggin, Maurice Handford, Professor Anthony Lewis, Sir Robert Mayer, Allen Percival, Georg Solti, Sir Michael Tippett, Kenneth van Barthold and Shirley Williams, M.P., Minister of State, Department of Education and Science.


Reporter: Bernard Keeffe
Interviewee: Sir Thomas Armstrong
Interviewee: Sir Edward Boyle
Interviewee: Sir Keith Falkner
Interviewee: Myers Foggin
Interviewee: Maurice Handford
Interviewee: Professor Anthony Lewis
Interviewee: Sir Robert Mayer
Interviewee: Allen Percival
Interviewee: Georg Solti
Interviewee: Sir Michael Tippett
Interviewee: Kenneth van Barthold
Interviewee: Shirley Williams
Production team: Denis Moriarty
Production team: Jamila Patten
Production team: Roger Tucker
Producer: Kenneth Corden

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Music International: Making Musicians

BBC Two England, 28 January 1968 21.40

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