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: ALKAN

Symphony for piano played by Colin Horsley

Contributors

Played By: Colin Horsley

: THE BRIGHTON PAVILION AND THE REGENCY FESTIVAL

Talk by John Summerson on the occasion of the Regency exhibition being held in the Pavilion until August 11

Contributors

Talk By: John Summerson

: ENGLISH MADRIGALS

Isobel Baillie (soprano)
Margaret FieId-Hyde (soprano)
Gladys Winmill (contralto)
Rene Soames (tenor)
Keith Falkner (baritone)
Under the direction of Boris Ord on gramophone records
April is in my mistress' face (Morley) Sweet Suffolk Owl (Vautor)
(Continued in next column)
Thyrsis, sleepest thou? (Bennet)
Flora gave me fairest flowers (Wilbye) Care for thy soul (Pilkington)
Lady. the birds right fairly (Weelkes) Fair Phillis I saw (Farmer)
Simkin said that Sis was fair
(Farnaby)
Madrigals edited by E. H. Fellowes

Contributors

Soprano: Isobel Baillie
Soprano: Margaret Fieid-Hyde
Contralto: Gladys Winmill
Tenor: Rene Soames
Baritone: Keith Falkner
Unknown: Boris Ord
Edited By: E. H. Fellowes

: ' THE WHITE CHATEAU'

by Reginald Berkeley
Produced by Peter Watts
(for cast, see Wednesday at 9.30)
' The White Chateau.' a play about the 1914-18 War. was first broadcast on Armistice Night, 1925

Contributors

Unknown: Reginald Berkeley
Produced By: Peter Watts

: CHAMBER MUSIC

Blech String Quartet
Clifford Curzon (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Clifford Curzon

: POINT OF VIEW

A talk on political or economic* events of the day

: BERWALD

Symphony No. 3, in D
(Symphonie capricieuse) played by the Swedish Radio
Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Sten Broman

Contributors

Conducted By: Sten Broman








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