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7.35 Boieldieu Trio in D for flute, harp and cello TRIO NORDMANN
7.53 Boccherini Introduction and Fandango: KONRAD AND THOMAS RAGOSSNIG
(guitar and harpsichord)
7.59 Debussy Petite suite AMSTERDAM GUITAR TRIO
8.12 Milhaud Suite provencale: MONTE-CARLO PO/GEORGES PRETRE. Records

Contributors

Guitar:
Thomas Ragossnig

Ralph Vaughan Williams Wassail Song (Five
English Folk Songs No 5) LONDON MADRIGAL SINGERS/ CHRISTOPHER BISHOP Sancta Civitas
IAN PARTRIDGE (tenor) JOHN SHIRLEY-QUIRK
(baritone); BOYS OF KING'S COLLEGE CHOIR, CAMBRIDGE
BACH CHOIR
LSO/DAVID WILLCOCKS Mass in G minor
MARY SEERS (soprano) MICHAEL CHANCE (counter-tenor)
PHILIP SALMON (tenor) JONATHAN BEST (bass) CORYDON SINGERS/
MATTHEW BEST. Records

Contributors

Singers:
Christopher Bishop
Baritone:
John Shirley-Quirk

The second of two programmes.
Durufle Prelude sur l'lntroit de I'Epiphanie THOMAS TROTTER (organ) Quatre motets: CHOIR OF ST JOHN 'S COLLEGE,
CAMBRIDGE/GEORGE GUEST Faure Piano Quartet in c minor, Op 15: DOMUS Durufle Scherzo, Op 2
THOMAS TROTTER (organ) Messiaen Vingt regards sur l'enfant-Jesus Nos 1-3 MICHEL BEROFF (piano) Franck String Quartet FITZWILUAM QUARTET
Durufle Fugue on the bells of Soissons, for organ Poulenc Four Easter
Motets: CHOIR OF CHRIST
CHURCH CATHEDRAL.
OXFORD/SIMON PRESTON Debussy La Cathedrale engloutie
MARTIN JONES (piano)
Durufle Prelude, adagio et choral varié sur Ie theme du Veni Creator, for organ BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown:
St John
Unknown:
Thomas Trotter
Unknown:
Messiaen Vingt
Piano:
Michel Beroff

Gounod Messe solennelle de Sainte Cecile
JILL GOMEZ (soprano) MARTYN HILL (tenor)
HENRY HERFORD (baritone) BRIGHTON FESTIVAL CHORUS
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA led by JOHN BRADBURY conducted by LASZLO HELTAY (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Gounod Messe
Unknown:
Sainte Cecile
Soprano:
Jill Gomez
Baritone:
Henry Herford
Unknown:
John Bradbury
Conducted By:
Laszlo Heltay

Alun Morgan presents the second of four programmes on the blind American pianist Lennie Tristano. In the early 50s, Tristano rarely performed in public, preferring to concentrate on teaching. But he did set up his own studio and began to record with his students. These included LEE KONrrz (alto sax), WARNE MARSH (tenor sax) and the British bass player PETER IND. Mono

Contributors

Unknown:
Alun Morgan
Pianist:
Lennie Tristano.

live from Studio 1.
MIKHAIL RUDY (piano) Parti
Scriabin Studies: in B flat minor, Op 8 No 11; c sharp minor, Op 42 No 5; B flat, Op 65 No 1; G, Op 65 No 3; E, Op 8 No 5; D sharp minor, Op 8 No 12
Ravel Pavane pour une infante defunte; Une barque sur I'océan (Miroirs); La Valse

Contributors

Piano:
Mikhail Rudy

The Bass Saxophone by JOSEF SKVORECKY dramatised by NIGEL BALDWIN. With and Original music by Graham Collier
Musicians MIKE PAGE, MIKE MOWER, HOWARD TURNER , IAN WOOD , GRAHAM CLARK , KM BURTON,
TREVOR TOMPKINS and GARY HOWE. ART THEMEN (saxophone) Musical direction by GRAHAM COLLIER
Directed by NED CHAILLET
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Contributors

Unknown:
Josef Skvorecky
Dramatised By:
Nigel Baldwin.
Unknown:
Howard Turner
Unknown:
Ian Wood
Unknown:
Graham Clark
Unknown:
Trevor Tompkins
Unknown:
Gary Howe.
Unknown:
Graham Collier
old Joseph:
John Woodvine
young Joe:
Jonathan Cullen
Swan:
Elizabeth Mansfield
Lothar Kinze:
Danny Schiller
Horst Hermann Kuhl:
Michael Kilgarriff
Old man:
Michael Graham Cox
Soldier:
Ken Cumberlidge
Officer:
David King
Clown woman:
Jo Kendall
Cut-down Caesar:
John Bull

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