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: NEW MUSIC

Trefor Jones (tenor)
Clifton Helliwell (accompanist)
Aleph String Quartet:
Alan Loveday (violin)
Reginald Morley (violin)
Max Gilbert (viola)
Harvey Phillips (cello)
Denis Aplvor , who was born in 1916 at Collinstown, Eire, of Welsh parents, studied composition with Patrick Hadley and Alan Rawsthorne. His setting of T. S. Eliot 's poem ' The Hollow Men ' was broadcast from a London Contemporary Music Centre concert a year ago. He began to learn Spanish before the war; his settings of Lorca's poems were written after his return from India in 1945, where he served in the R.A.M.C.
Doreen Carwithen was born in 1922 at
Haddenham, Bucks. She studied at the R.A.M. under William Alwyn ; among her workt are two overtures, a concerto for piano and strings, and two string quartets. Her String Quartet No. 1, written in 1945 was awarded the first A. J. Clements Prize two years ago. Harold Rutland

Contributors

Tenor: Trefor Jones
Accompanist: Clifton Helliwell
Violin: Alan Loveday
Violin: Reginald Morley
Viola: Max Gilbert
Cello: Harvey Phillips
Unknown: Denis Aplvor
Unknown: Patrick Hadley
Unknown: Alan Rawsthorne.
Unknown: T. S. Eliot
Unknown: Doreen Carwithen
Unknown: William Alwyn
Unknown: J. Clements
Unknown: Harold Rutland

: 'THE LIFEMANSHIP LECTURES'

by Stephen Potter
2 — Weekendmanship with some notes on basic Woomanship
Illustrated by trained experts
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Potter
Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon

: 'KITESH'

The legend of the Invisible city of Kitesh and of the maid Fevronia Opera in four acts and six scenes
Libretto by W. J. Bielsky
English version by Christopher Hassall
Music by Rimsky -Korsakov
(The names of those taking part in this performance are as shown on Sunday at 7.40)
The action takes place early in the Christian era
Act 1
The Volga Forest near Little Kitesh
Act 2
The market-place in Little Kitesh

Contributors

Unknown: W. J. Bielsky
Unknown: Christopher Hassall
Music By: Rimsky -Korsakov

: STUDIES IN SOCIAL CHANGE Society Studies Society

W. J. H. Sprott , Professor of Philosophy, Nottingham University, talks about the value of social researches in modern society
First of a series of talks

Contributors

Unknown: W. J. H. Sprott

: ' KITESH '

Act 3
Scene 1: The Cathedral square In
Great Kitesh
Scene 2: On the banks of the Svetly-
Yar Lake

: THE MAKING OF A NOVEL

Robert Speaight describes how Georges Bernanos ' novel ' Un Mauvais Rêve' came to be written, and how it was discovered after his death.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Speaight
Unknown: Georges Bernanos

: ' KITESH '

Act 4
Scene 1: In the Kerzhen forest
Scene 2: The city of Kitesh, miraculously transported above the clouds

: The Inward Eye ' MOON'S FARM'

by Herbert Read

Contributors

Unknown: Herbert Read

: BACH

Partita No. 5, in G Toccata in C minor played by Arnold Goldsbrough (harpsichord)

Contributors

Harpsichord: Arnold Goldsbrough

: 'THE TESTAMENT OF CRESSEID

by Robert Henryson

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Henryson








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