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: MOYSE TRIO

Marcel Moyse (flute)
Blanche Honegger-Moyse (violin)
Louis Moyse (piano)

Contributors

Flute: Marcel Moyse
Piano: Louis Moyse

: Abraham Sofaer in ' THE MAN WITHOUT A MASK'

A study of William Blake 's struggle against the ' satanic mills ' of the industrial revolution. Written by Douglas Cleverdon , with a commentary by J. Bronowski , on whose book the programme is based
(New production of the programme broadcast in the Home Service on September 6. 1946)

Contributors

Unknown: William Blake
Written By: Douglas Cleverdon
Commentary By: J. Bronowski

: FRENCH ORGAN MUSIC

played by Ralph Downes
Recorded in Brompton Oratory

Contributors

Played By: Ralph Downes

: NORTHERN BALLADS

' The Dame of Haggerstone '
' Countess Joan's Garter '
' The Laidley Worm o'
Spindleston Heugh '
Introduced and read by Laidman Browne
Produced by Patric Dickinson

Contributors

Unknown: Spindleston Heugh
Read By: Laidman Browne
Produced By: Patric Dickinson

: EASTER JOURNEY'

A sequence of worship and music, ceremony and festivity, recorded in the churches, streets, and countryside of Europe at Easter by Jack Bornoff , Edward Ward , and Maurice Brown Denmark Palle Alsfelt at the organ of St. Mary's, Helsingor
Madrigal Choir of the Danish State
Radio: conductor,
Mogens Woldike Greece
' Christos Anesti '
A sound picture, recorded In Athens and the nearby countryside, of the observance of the Greek Orthodox Easter: the Great Friday Procession; the Holy Light; the bells and fire-works; the folk songs and dances
Austria Choir of Salzburg CathedralConducted by Josef Messner
Eastertide folk songs from the Pongau district Spain
' Easter in Seville '
A sound picture, recorded In Spain, of the Holy Week processions and the Saetas; the Cathedral Service; the bullfight and the flamenco singing
Italy
Choir of the Church of St. John Lateran, Rome
Church bells of Rome celebrating the end of Lent
Produced by Maurice Brown

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Bornoff
Unknown: Edward Ward
Unknown: Maurice Brown
Conductor: Mogens Woldike Greece
Conductor: Christos Anesti
Produced By: Maurice Brown

: BOOK REVIEW

by Scott Goddard

Contributors

Unknown: Scott Goddard

: 'THE ARRAIGNMENT OF PHRYNE'

An operetta in one act
Words by Eleanor and Herbert Farjeon
Music by Geoffrey Wright
Produced by Mark H. Lubbock
The Judges: George Chitty , Dennis Stephenson , James Topping. Gordon Clinton. Murray Davies. Ernest Frank. Euthias, Counsel for the Prosecution
Owen Brannigan
Hyperides. Counsel for the Defence
Stephen Manton
Phryne, a courtesan Gladys Ripley A section of the New London Orchestra
(Leader. Reginald Morley )
Conducted by Stanford Robinson
Scene: Athens, about 400 B.C.

Contributors

Unknown: Herbert Farjeon
Music By: Geoffrey Wright
Produced By: Mark H. Lubbock
Unknown: George Chitty
Unknown: Dennis Stephenson
Unknown: James Topping.
Unknown: Gordon Clinton.
Unknown: Murray Davies.
Unknown: Ernest Frank.
Unknown: Owen Brannigan
Unknown: Stephen Manton
Unknown: Gladys Ripley
Leader: Reginald Morley
Conducted By: Stanford Robinson








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