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CHAMBER MUSIC
CONCERT
MSTlSLAV
GALINA ROSTROPOVICH VISHNEVSKAYA (piano, cello) (soprano)
ENSEMBLE of eight cellos
From the Usher Hall, Edinburgh
Part 1
Tchaikovsky
Was I not just a little blade of grass
Why?
Cradle Song
It was in the early spring No, only he who knew
Mussorgsky Song Cycle:
Songs and Dances of Death
Cradle Song Serenade Trepak
The General
Villa-Lobos
Bachianas Brasileiras No. 1, for eight cellos
See page 38

Contributors

Piano:
Galina Rostropovich Vishnevskaya

'The Preacher began to walk back and forth; his hands clasped behind him, a meagre figure, hunched over upon itself like that of one long immured in striving with the implacable earth ... '
An edited excerpt from The Sound and the Fury by WILLIAM FAULKNER
Reader, DAVID BAUER Second broadcast

Contributors

Reader:
William Faulkner
Reader:
David Bauer

Part 2
Shostakovich
Pictures from the Past: song-cycle to the words of Sasha Czerny (first performance) Criticism
Awakening of Spring Posterity
Misunderstanding Kreutzer Sonata
Villa-Lobos
Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5, for soprano and eight cellos

Contributors

Unknown:
Sasha Czerny

by RAY JENKINS
The conversations during a single evening between three characters-the boy. his mother, and his grandmother —and the thoughts he confides to his tape-recorder.
Mavis Villiers as Sarah Gladys Young as Gran Carlo Cura as Tony
Other parts played bv members of the BBC
Drama Repertory Company Production by JOHN Gibson
To be repeated on Sept. 8 See page 38

Contributors

Unknown:
Ray Jenkins
Unknown:
Mavis Villiers
Unknown:
Sarah Gladys Young
Unknown:
Gran Carlo Cura
Production By:
John Gibson

Piano Quintet in E flat major BUDAPEST STRING Quartet Joseph Roismann (violin) Jac Gorodetzky (violin) Boris Kroyt (viola)
Mischa Schneider (cello)
CLIFFORD CURZON (piano) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Violin:
Joseph Roismann
Viola:
Boris Kroyt
Cello:
Mischa Schneider

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