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: TWO CENTURIES OF ENGLISH CHURCH MUSIC

Choir of King's College, Cambridge
Conductor, Boris Ord
Bodley Singers
Conducted by Philip J. Taylor
Dolmetsch Ensemble
Director, Carl Dolmetsch
Garth Benson (organ)
(This recorded broadcast is composed of extracts from the thirteenth and nineteenth programmes in the series ' A History in Sound of European Music,' broadcast on March 27 and May 8 respectively)

Contributors

Conductor: Boris Ord
Conducted By: Philip J. Taylor
Unknown: Carl Dolmetsch
Unknown: Garth Benson

: THE JEWS AS A WORLD-WIDE COMMUNITY

Talk by J. W. Parkes , author of The Emergence of the Jewish Problem and other works on this subject
Mr. Parkes has made an intensive study of the Jewish community-its history, its distribution, and its importance to the future of Palestine followed by an interlude at 7.0

Contributors

Talk By: J. W. Parkes

: BACH

French Suite No. 1, in D minor French Suite No. 6, in E played by James Ching (piano)

Contributors

Played By: James Ching

: ' PRUFROCK AND OTHER OBSERVATIONS'

1917
John Hayward talks about T. S. Eliot 's first book of poems
Produced by J. W. McFarlan followed by an Interlude at 8.5

Contributors

Talks: John Hayward
Unknown: T. S. Eliot
Produced By: J. W. McFarlan

: Bryanston Summer School of Music A CONCERT

Amadeus String Quartet:
Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nissel (violin)
Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello)
Nadia Boulanger (piano)
William Glock (piano)
9.0 app. Interval
From Bryanston School, Blandford
During the interval William Glock talks on the scope and purpose of the Bryanston Summer School.

Contributors

Violin: Norbert Brainin
Violin: Siegmund Nissel
Viola: Peter Schidlof
Cello: Martin Lovett
Piano: Nadia Boulanger
Piano: William Glock
Talks: William Glock

: 'THE WHITE CHATEAU'

by Reginald Berkeley
Scene 1
Scene 2
Scene 3
Scene 4
Scene 5
With Frank Atkinson , Hugh Falkus , Willoughby Gray , Natalie Kent , and Hugh Manning
Produced by Peter Watts

Contributors

Unknown: Reginald Berkeley
Unknown: Frank Atkinson
Unknown: Hugh Falkus
Unknown: Willoughby Gray
Unknown: Natalie Kent
Unknown: Hugh Manning
Produced By: Peter Watts
The Chronicler: Ronald Barton
Madame van Eysen: Lydia Sherwood
Jacques: Peter Assinder
Violet: Ursula Hirst
van Eysen: Norman Shelley
Diane: Kathleen Crawley
Officer: Cyril Gardiner
The Secretary: Preston Lockwood
The A D C: Anthony Jacobs
The C-in-C: Malcolm Graeme
The Chief of Staff: Howieson Culff
The Minister: Richard Williams
Courtenay: David Enders
Waters: Charles Lefeaux
Matheson: Jack Gwillim
Captain Braithwaite: Francis de Wolff
' Badger ': Preston Lockwood
The Colonel: Eric Lugg
Captain Luttrell: Richard Hurndall
Sergeant-Major: Eric Lugg
Guide: Anthony Jacobs
Philip Luttrell: Richard Longman
The Doctor: Malcolm Hayes
The Sister: Elsa Palmer
The General: Charles Lefeaux
A Voice: Molly Rankin








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