Quartet in F major, Op. 22
Amici STRING QUARTET
A programme of recently released records
APRIL CANTELO (soprano) PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)
Eisler broadcast on March 18
JOHN LILL (piano)
BBC TRAINING ORCHESTRA Concert-Master, Peter Mountain
Conducted by LOUIS FRÉMAUX
Given before an invited audience in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London. Applications for tickets should be sent to the Ticket Unit[address removed] enclosing a stamped addressed envelope.
† CHARLES CUDWORTH Introduces a second programme of music by composers associated with Wilton House
Fourth of five daily programme at this time
Opera by Donizetti
The action takes place in Scotland about 1700. In and around Ravenswood Castle.
Scene 1 The castle grounds
Scene 2 A ruined fountain In the park
3.43 ACT 2
Scene 1 Ashton's apartment. some months later
Scene 2 The Great Hall
4.17 ACT 3
Scene 1 The Great Hall
Scene 2 A graveyard near the castle
Recording made available by courtesy of the Austrian Radio
The flfth in a series of recordings from this year's Festival.
Tomorrow, Vienna Symphony Orchestra conducted by David Oistrakh , with Wilhelm Backhaus.
by BERNARD BARTELINK
From Chelmsford Cathedral
AMADEUS STRING QUARTET with Cecil Aronowitz (viola)
Broadcast on Feb. 10.1967 (Music)
The last of a series of programmes on the background and present situation of Britain's ' Travellers '
3: They must have freedom a study of their present and future problems
Compiled and introduced by JOHN SEYMOUR with contributions by PROFESSOR WALTER STARKIE Richard WADE
BRIAN VESEY-FITZGERALD GORDON BOSWELL GRATTON PUXON and various ' Travellers' and with the help of Miss Dora Yates and The Gypsy Lore Society
Produced by Hallam Tennyson
Poems by an Israeli poet translated and introduced by Assia Gutmann and read by Ted Hughes.
Yehuda Amichai was born in Wurzburg in 1923, left Germany in 1937, and is now a citizen of Israel. During the 1950s he became the best known of the generation who freed Hebrew poetry from its traditions, and made it colloquial and supple enough to cope with the complexities of modern life.
Translated and introduced by:
played by RUGGIERO Ricci
Caprices for violin, Nos. 13-24