Musica da Camera : Harold Clarke , (flute) Sydney Fell (clarinet)
Vera Kantrovitich (viol.in) Cecil Aronowitz (viola)
(piano and harpsichord)
Darsie Gillie , who has recently returned from a visit to Morocco. Tunisia, and Algeria, considers. French North Africa in relation to Europe
(The recorded broadcast of March 24)
Margaret Field-Hyde (soprano)
Rene Soames (tenor)
Thurston Dart (harpsichord)
Geraint Jones (organ)
(Chorus-Master. Leslie Woodgate )
Goldsbrough Orchestra (Led by George Lauilund )
Conducted by Boris Ord
Organ Concerto No. 1, in G minor
(Continued in next column)
Chandos Anthem No. 10: The Lord is my light
Organ Concerto No. 14, in A
Thdrd of a series of programmes of Handel's organ concertos and Chandos anthems.
Talk by Douglas Woodruff
Douglas Wcodruff , bases his talk on William Addison 's book ' The Worthy Doctor Fuller '
Written and narrated by Honor Tracy with Thea Wells. Laidman Browne
Roger Delgado , Ian Sadler , and Sebastian Cabot
Production by Douglas Cleiverdon
This programme gives a light-hearted account of the trials and tribulations, the human failings and weaknesses of a Foreign Correspondent in the world today.
Quartet in G
Moderate; Mimuetto (Ahlagretito); Lento e patetico: Zingara (Andantino); Tema con variazioni played by Edward Walker (flute) Julian Bream (guitar) Eileen Grainger (viola)
Bernard Richards (cello)
In its original form this work was a Notturno for flute, viola, and guitar by Wenzel Matiegka , a contemporary of Schubert. In 1814, when he wa. eventcen, Schubert added a cello part, possibly for his father to play; in consequence the work came to be included among his own compositions. H. R.
Talk by Henry Reed
The speaker, who considers that the prose ; drama in England has never acquired notable stature, suggests that * the obstacles in the way of prose drama in English are more serious than is usually allowed and may be inherent in the language itself.' This is the first of two talks by Henry Reed on the problems of dramatic writing.
Conducted by Canon E. S. Abbott ,
Dean of King's College, London
The music surg by students of the College under the direction of the organist, the Rev. H. W. Last
Canon E. S.
Illustrated talk by Elisabeth Schumann
Accompanist, Ernest Lush
The Lieder induce Mozart's ' Weilchen,' Schubert's ' Lachen und Weinen.' Wolf's ' Mausifallen.-spruchleinand Brahms' ' Vergeboliches Ständchen '
Piano Sonata in B flat minor played by Colin Horsley
Talk by Christopher Salmon