Violoncello Concerto in A minor (Schubert, arr. Cassado), adapted for violoncello and orchestra from the Arpeggione Sonata
Gaspar Cassado and The Symphony
Orchestra, conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty : I, Allegro moderato; 2.
Adagio; 3. Allegretto
Toby and the Odd Beasts (No. 1)-'The Griffin', by NETTA SYRETT , arranged as a dialogue story with incidental music by KATHLEEN FREESTON (recorder) and IMOGEN HOLST (virginals) The Attorney and the Dragon' (M. Melville Balfour), told by BARBARA
A Play for Broadcasting by ROLAND CROSSLEY
Characters also: Mother, Father, Tea Shop
Customers, Film Star, Annie, Arthur, Jo, Policeman, Mrs. Brown, Usher,
Prosecutor, Judge played by MARY O'FARRELL ,
VICTOR FAIRLEY , RONALD KERR , BILLIE SINCLAIR
, GEOFFREY WINCOTT , RUTH ANDERSON , ERNEST SEFTON , ANN TREVOR and TERENCE DE MARNEY
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