Elsa Cavelti (contralto)
Clifton Helliwell (accompanist)
Gesamg Weylas: Der Genesene an die Hoffmung; Das verlassene Mägdllein: Lebe wonl; Lied vom Winde; Der Knabe und dasImmetein; Der Gartner; Fussreise; Verborgenheit ; An den SchJaf
Eugende Castle (soprano)
Janet Howe (contralto)
Frank Sale (tenor)
Richard Standen (base)
Peter Stadlen (piano)
(Chorus Master, Leslie Woodgate )
(Leader. Max Salpeter)
Conducted by Hermann Scherchen
Peter Stadlen, the solo pianist tonight, took part in a performance of Hindemith's 'Concert Music' in Vienna in 1947 at the first festival of modern music held there after the war. Hindemith conducted and received a warm welcome; it was his first appearance in Vienna after a long absence. H.R.
Symphony No. 1, in E Hat (K.16) - Mozart
Concert Music for piano, brass, and harps - Hindemith
Meeresstille und glückliche Fahrt - Beethoven
Elegiischer Gesang - Beethoven
Talk by D. R. Hartree ,
Professor of Mathematical Physics in the University of Cambridge
Professor Har.tree introuduces series of talks on the history and theory of thanking mechanisms. (BIBCrecording)
The Song of Life and Death
(flnst performance in England)
This dramatic cantata,' written for radio, was recommended for performance by the international jury of the Italia Prize last year. It was first broadcast from Zurich in November, under the direction of Hermann Scherchen. H. R.
A series of ten readings from the English trantstation by René Hague
8—Charles finds the body of Roland.The armies of Charlesand the pagans prepare for battle
Reader, HaHam Fordham
Mustic composed by Antony Hopkins
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