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: NEW MUSIC FOR THE CHURCH

Armstrong Gibbs
I, therefore, the prisoner of the Lord Cantate Domino and Deus Misereatur in C sung by the choir of-St. Paul's Cathedral: organist, Dr. J. Dykes Bower Fifth of a series of programmes ot music written, at the request of the Church, by contemporary composers

Contributors

Unknown: Deus Misereatur
Organist: Dr. J. Dykes Bower

: Dylan Thomas as Aristophanes with Esme Percy and John Chandos as his leading actors in 'ENEMY OF CANT'

A panorama of Aristophanic comedy, written and produced by Louis MacNeice
Special music by Antony Hopkins

Contributors

Produced By: Louis MacNeice
Music By: Antony Hopkins

: BEETHOVEN QUARTETS

played by The Lowenguth Quartet
Alfred Lowenguth (violin)
Maurice Fuerl (violin)
Roger Roche (viola)
Pierre Basseux (cello)
Parti
String Quartet in B flat. Op. 130 (with second finale)

Contributors

Violin: Alfred Lowenguth
Violin: Maurice Fuerl
Viola: Roger Roche
Cello: Pierre Basseux

: ' ARTISTS AS WRITERS '

A selection from the writings of painters and sculptors, compiled by Basil Taylor and read by Gerik Schjelderup and Abraham Sofaer

Contributors

Unknown: Basil Taylor
Read By: Gerik Schjelderup
Read By: Abraham Sofaer

: BEETHOVEN QUARTETS

Part 2
String Quartet In D, Op. 18, No. 3 String Quartet in C, Op. 59, No. 3

: 'PETER GRIMES'

A reading by John Laurie from George Crabbe 's poem ' The Borough'

Contributors

Reading By: John Laurie
Unknown: George Crabbe

: MUSIC ANTHOLOGY

Edited by Anthony Lewis
10 — Folk-Song Variations from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book played by Kathleen Long (piano)

Contributors

Edited By: Anthony Lewis
Played By: Kathleen Long

: 'DIE SCHONE MULLERIN '

A cycle of songs by Schubert with poems by Wilhelm Muller
Bruce Boyce (baritone)
Gerald Moore (piano)
Das Wandern Wohln? Halt!
Danksagung an den Bach Am Felerabend Der Neugierige
Ungeduld Morgengruss
Des MullersBlumen Tranenregen Meln ! Pause
Mit dem grunen Lautenbande Der Jager
Eifersucht und Stolz Die liebe Farbe Die bose Farbe
Trock'ne
Blumen Der Mtiller und der Bach Des Baches Wlegenlied

Contributors

Unknown: Wilhelm Muller
Baritone: Bruce Boyce
Piano: Gerald Moore
Piano: Das Wandern
Unknown: Felerabend Der Neugierige
Unknown: Ungeduld Morgengruss
Unknown: Des Mullersblumen
Unknown: Tranenregen Meln
Unknown: Lautenbande Der Jager
Unknown: Blumen Der Mtiller








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