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Edward Walker (flute)
Maria Lidka (violin)
Max Rostal (violin)
Hunwitz String Quartet
Allegro; Adagio; Allegretto; Presto
(first performance in England)
(The first and last works are recorded)
Francis Chagrin is well known both as a writer of highly effective music for films and as the founder of the Committee for the Promotion of New Music. Born in Rumania, he has lived in this country since 1936.
Stanley Bate was born in Devon, but has recently spent some time in the U.S.A. A pupil of Vaughan Williams, Hindemith, and Nadia Boulanger, he reveals in his music a nimble wit and a high standard of craftsmanship. Harold Rutland


Edward Walker
Maria Lidka
Max Rostal
Stanley Bate

Shakespeare and English Painting by John Woodward , Assistant Keeper of the Department of Fine Art, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
John Woodward talks about the illustration of Shakespearean subjects in the art of the period and about the painters' contribution to the Romantic reassessment of Shakespeare, with particular reference to Boydell's Shakespeare Gallery.
Eighth of a series of talks


John Woodward

A poem of travel by C. Day Lewis
The four parts of C. Day Lewis's poem on an Italian Journey, originally broadcast in the Third Programme last year, are to be repeated this week. This evening's programme presents the first section, ' Dialogue at the Airport,' in which the readers are Alan Wheatley, Leonard Sachs, and Basil Taylor; and the second section, ' Flight to Italy,' read by the author.

('II Filosofo di Campagna ') Comic opera in three acts
Libretto by Carlo Goldoni
English version by Geoffrey Dunn
Music by Galuppi
(edited by V. Mortari ) Cast in order of singing:
The Boyd Neel Orchestra
(Leader, Maurice Clare )
Continuo, John Wills
Conducted by Leo Wurmser Produced by Geoffrey Dunn
Act 1
Scene 1: In Don Tritemio's garden Scene 2: Outside Nardo's house
Scene 3: In Don Tritemio's house


Carlo Goldoni
Geoffrey Dunn
Edited By:
V. Mortari
Maurice Clare
John Wills
Conducted By:
Leo Wurmser
Produced By:
Geoffrey Dunn
Eugenia, unmarried daughter of Don Tritemio:
Elsie Morlson
Lesbina, her maid:
Margaret Ritchie
Don Tritemio, a citizen living in the country:
Bruce Boyce
Rinaldo, a nobleman in love with Eugenia:
Richard Lewis
Nardo a rich countryman, nicknamed The phillosopher:
.Redvers Llewellyn
Lena Nardo's niece:
Barbara Howitt
Capocchio a notary:
Jan van Der Gucht

Third Programme

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