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Music International


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A monthly report from the world of music.

Czech Conductor-Composer
After ten years' absence, Rafael Kubelik returns this month to Covent Garden (he was once its Musical Director) to conduct the revival of Janacek's opera Jenufa. This film includes Marie Collier, who is making her debut in the title role, and Kubelik is seen as composer conducting a new work with the English Chamber Orchestra.

Austrian Pianist
Rudolf Buchbinder, the twenty-one-year-old virtuoso who represented his country at Expo '67, is now touring this country as a member of the young Vienna Trio. In this report he appears with them and as soloist.

Art from Music
"All art constantly aspires towards the condition of music" (Walter Pater)
Behind the scenes with Edmond Kapp, the artist who next month is to hold an exhibition of his musical paintings and drawings at the Royal Festival Hall.

Introduced by Bernard Keeffe.



Presenter: Bernard Keeffe
Subject/Conductor: Rafael Kubelik
Singer (Czech Conductor-Composer): Marie Collier
Musicians (Czech Conductor-Composer): The English Chamber Orchestra
Subject/Pianist: Rudolf Buchbinder
Musicians (Austrian Pianist): Vienna Trio
Subject/Artist: Edmond Kapp
Production team: David Buckton
Production team: Roger Tucker
Producer: Kenneth Corden

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