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: p.m.BACH

The Brandenburg Concertos
John Francis (flute)
Lionel Solonfon (flute) Leon Goossens (oboe)
George Eskdale (trumpet)
Ruth Pearl (violin)
'Thornton Lofthouse (harpsichord)
Jacques String Orchestra
(Leader, Ruth Pearl )
Conductor, Reginald Jacques
Brandenburg Concerto No. 2, in F, for flute, oboe. trumpet, solo violin, strings, and continuo
Brandenburg Concerto No. 4, in G, for two flutes, solo violin, harpsichord, and strings
Brandenburg Concerto No. 6, in B flat, for violas, cellos, double-basses, and continuo

Contributors

Flute: John Francis
Flute: Lionel Solonfon
Oboe: Leon Goossens
Oboe: George Eskdale
Violin: Ruth Pearl
Harpsichord: Thornton Lofthouse
Leader: Ruth Pearl
Conductor: Reginald Jacques

: 'THE PLAY OF THE WEATHER'

A New and Very Merry Interlude of all manner of Weathers
Made by John Heywood anno 1533
Adapted for radio and produced by Douglas Cleverdon. Music supervised by Elizabeth Poston
The Players' Names

Contributors

Unknown: John Heywood
Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon.
Unknown: Elizabeth Poston
Jupiter, a god: Ralph Truman
Merry Report, the Vice: Miles Malleson
The Gentlenlan: Oliver Burt
The Merchant: Alexander Sarner
The Ranger: Ivan Samson
The Water Miller: Carleton Hobbs
The Wind Miller: Cecil Trouncer
The Gentlewoman: Joyce Redman
The Laundress: Gladys Young
A Boy: David Spenser

: The English Opera Group presents a studio performance of the opera ' THE RAPE OF LUCRETIA'

by Benjamin Britten
Libretto by Ronald Duncan , after the play ' Le Viol de Lucrece,' by Andre Obey. Glyndebourne production by Eric Crozier. Studio production by Stanford Robinson
(Continued at top of next column)
The English Opera Group
Chamber Orchestra
(Leader, Jack Kessler )
Conductor, Reginald Goodall
Act 1
Prologue
Scene 1: The generals' tent in the camp outside Rome
Interlude: The ride to Rome
Scene 2: Lucretia's house in Rome, the same evening

Contributors

Unknown: Benjamin Britten
Unknown: Ronald Duncan
Unknown: Andre OBEy.
Production By: Eric Crozier.
Production By: Stanford Robinson
Leader: Jack Kessler
Conductor: Reginald Goodall
Male Chorus: Richard Lewis
Female Chorus: Joan Cross
Collatinus, a Roman general: Norman Lumsden
Junius a Roman general: Denis Dowling
Tarquinius, an Etruscan prince: Frederick Sharp
Lucretia, wife of Collatinus: Nancy Evans
Bianca nurse to Lucretia: Flora Neilsen
Lucia, maid to Lucretia: Margaret Ritchie

: ' MARRIAGE A LA MODE'

J. Isaacs and Carel Weight talk about the second picture of Hogarth's series of paintings

: 'THE RAPE OF LUCRETIA'

Act 2
Scene 1: Lucretia's bedroom, the same night
Interlude: Chorale
Scene 2: Lucretia's house, the next morning
Epilogue

: BOOK REVIEW

J. B. Bamborough reviews ' The Crown of Life,' by G. Wilson Knight.

Contributors

Unknown: B. Bamborough
Unknown: G. Wilson Knight.

: MOZART

Variations in G (K.501)
Sonata in F (K.497)
(both for piano duet) played by Howard Ferguson
' and Denis Matthews

Contributors

Played By: Howard Ferguson
Played By: Denis Matthews








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