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ELIZABETH HARWOOD (soprano) VIRTUOSO ENSEMBLE
Edward Walker (flute) George Crozier (flute) Sidney Sutcliffe (oboe) Sidney Fell (clarinet)
Wilfred Hambleton (clarinet) Ronald Waller (bassoon) John Burden (horn)
Andrew McGavin (horn) Denis Clift (trumpet)
Michael Jefferies (harp) Wilfrid Parry (piano)
Patrick Halling (violin) Ernest Scott (violin)
Kenneth Essex (viola)
Stephen Shingles (viola)
Willem de Mont (cello)
J. Edward Merrett (double-bass) Conducted by JACQUES-LOUIS MONOD
Second broadcast
Dallapiccola ā€” Four Michelangelo Choruses, Music for three pianos. Prayers: December 21

Contributors

Soprano:
Elizabeth Harwood
Flute:
Edward Walker
Flute:
George Crozier
Oboe:
Sidney Sutcliffe
Clarinet:
Sidney Fell
Clarinet:
Wilfred Hambleton
Bassoon:
Ronald Waller
Horn:
John Burden
Horn:
Andrew McGavin
Horn:
Denis Clift
Harp:
Michael Jefferies
Piano:
Wilfrid Parry
Violin:
Patrick Halling
Violin:
Ernest Scott
Viola:
Kenneth Essex
Viola:
Stephen Shingles
Cello:
Willem de Mont
Double-Bass:
J. Edward Merrett
Conducted By:
Jacques-Louis Monod

Jerico-Jim Crow by Langston Hughes with THE HUGH PORTER GOSPEL SINGERS and DOROTHY DRAKE
Music arranged and directed by HUGH PORTER
Produced by ALVIN AILEY and WILLIAM HAIRSTON
Recorded in New York
Conversation with Langston Hughes : December 2

Contributors

Unknown:
Jerico-Jim Crow
Unknown:
Langston Hughes
Unknown:
Hugh Porter
Unknown:
Dorothy Drake
Directed By:
Hugh Porter
Produced By:
Alvin Ailey
Produced By:
William Hairston
Unknown:
Langston Hughes
Joe:
Gilbert Price
Annabel:
Micki Grant
Mother:
Rosalie King
Father:
Joseph Attles
Jim Crow:
William Cain

Second of two programmes of some of his piano music played by the French pianist
VLADO PERLEMUTER
Nocturne No. 6, in D flat major
9.39' Impromptu No. 2, in F minor
9.43' Nocturne No. 7, in C sharp minor
9.51' Impromptu No. 5, in F sharp minor
J.53* Theme and Variations In
C sharp minor

Contributors

Pianist:
Vlado Perlemuter

by M. I. FINLEY
Reader in Ancient Social and Economic History.
University of Cambridge
Plato's all-out attack on the Athenian democracy of his time cannot. Mr. Finley argues, legitimately be repeated by modern historians, as it so often is, unless they also accept the underlying Platonic conception of man and the universe.

Contributors

Reader:
M. I. Finley

Third Programme

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