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Bach's Contemporaries ROGER VOISIN with ORCHESTRA Conducted by KENNETH SCHERMERHORN
GUSTAV LEONHARDT
JAAP SCHRÖDER with the CONCERTO AMSTERDAM Directed by Gustav LEONHARDT (harpsichord)
MARLIES SIEMELING (soprano) MANFRED SCHMIDT (tenor) THEO ADAM (bass)
GÜNTHER ARNDT CHORUS
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by WILHELM BRÜCKNER- RÜGGEBERG gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Kenneth Schermerhorn
Unknown:
Gustav Leonhardt
Unknown:
Jaap Schröder
Harpsichord:
Gustav Leonhardt
Soprano:
Marlies Siemeling
Tenor:
Manfred Schmidt
Bass:
Theo Adam
Conducted By:
Wilhelm Brückner- Rüggeberg

0 A programme of recently released records NEW PHILHARMONIA CHORUS
Conducted by WILHELM PITZ
NATHAN MILSTEIN (violin) directing a CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Conducted By:
Wilhelm Pitz
Violin:
Nathan Milstein

BOURNEMOUTH WIND ENSEMBLE
Laurence Beers (flute) Roger Winfield (oboe)
Raymond Carpenter (clarinet)
Frank Holdsworth (bass-clarinet) Eric Butt (bassoon) Nicholas Hill (horn)
BBC WEST OF ENGLAND CHORUS Conductor, PHILIP MOORE
The Bournemouth Wind Ensemble broadcast by permission of the Western Orchestral Society Ltd.

Contributors

Flute:
Laurence Beers
Oboe:
Roger Winfield
Clarinet:
Raymond Carpenter
Bass-Clarinet:
Frank Holdsworth
Bassoon:
Eric Butt
Horn:
Nicholas Hill
Conductor:
Philip Moore

Series A
Nine lectures for those who would like to be better informed on current developments, linked with the Thursday Series B (which is at a more advanced level)
3: Thermonuclear power
The problem of the controlled release of energy from nuclear fusion by Gordon FRANCIS Culham Laboratory
U.K Atomic Energy Authority
Produced by Rosemary Jellis
Thursday (Series B): Plasma research by Dr. P. A. Davenport
A booklet is available

Contributors

Produced By:
Rosemary Jellis
Unknown:
Dr. P. A. Davenport

by William Shakespeare with Patrick Wymark
Phyllis Neilson-Terry and Maurice Denham
Generals against the Volseians:
Tribunes of the people:
Other parts played by Aubrey Woods , Robert Sansom and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Music composed by JOHN BUCKLAND
Conducted by PETER GELLHORN
Produced by JOHN Gibson
Scene: Rome and the neighbourhood; Corioles and the neighbourhood; Antium
Second broadcast
DURING THE INTERVAL
(8.25*-8.35*)
A gramophone record of Beethoven's Fantasia in G minor Op. 77 played by ARTUR SCHNABEL (piano)

Contributors

Unknown:
William Shakespeare
Unknown:
Patrick Wymark
Unknown:
Phyllis Neilson-Terry
Unknown:
Maurice Denham
Played By:
Aubrey Woods
Played By:
Robert Sansom
Composed By:
John Buckland
Conducted By:
Peter Gellhorn
Produced By:
John Gibson
Piano:
Artur Schnabel
Caius Marcius, afterwards Caius Marcius Coriolanus:
Patrick Wymark
Volumnia, mother to Coriolanus:
Phyllis Neilson-Terry
Virgilia, wife to Coriolanus:
Judy Bailey
Young Marcius, son to Coriolanus a:
Gabrielle Blunt
Menenius Agrippa, friend to Coriolanus:
Maurice Denham
Titus Lartius:
Philip Cunningham
Cominius:
John Gabriel
Sicinius Velutus:
William Fox
Junius Brutus:
Ralph Truman
Tullus Aufidius, General of the Volseians:
John Dearth
Lieutenant to Aufidius:
Peter Wilde
Volscian Guards:
Gabriel Woolf
Volscian Guards:
Denys Hawthorne
Valeria, friend to Virgilia:
Betty Basxcomb
A Roman Herald:
William Ingram
Roman Citizens:
Frank Windsor
Roman Citizens:
Leigh Crutchley
Roman Citizens:
John Bennett
Roman Citizens:
Harold Reese
Roman Citizens:
Ella Milne
Roman Citizens:
John Cazabon

ⓢ First in a series of four programmes in which all his organ music will be played Livre d'orgue (1951)
Reprises par interversion Piece en trio
Les mains de l'abime Chants d'oiseaux Piece en trio
Les yeux dans les roues Soixante-quatre durees
First complete broadcast performance in this country played by RAFFI OURGANDJIAN
From Westminster Cathedral,
London

Contributors

Played By:
Raffi Ourgandjian

Network Three

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