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: CHAMBER MUSIC

Musica da Camera: Harold Clarke (flute)
Robert Cattermote (oboe)
Sidney Fell (clarinet)
Archie Camden (bassoon) Vera Kantrovitch (violin)
Tessa Robbins (violin) Cecil Aronowitz (viola)
Joy Hall (cello)
Julian Bream (guitar)
Hubert Dawkes (harpsichord)

Contributors

Flute: Harold Clarke
Oboe: Robert Cattermote
Clarinet: Sidney Fell
Bassoon: Archie Camden
Violin: Vera Kantrovitch
Violin: Tessa Robbins
Viola: Cecil Aronowitz
Cello: Joy Hall
Guitar: Julian Bream
Harpsichord: Hubert Dawkes

: New Judgment on EDMUND SPENSER

Four talks to mark the fourth centenary of Spenser's birth
1-' Who knows not Colin Clout ? ' by W. L. Renwick Professor of English
In the University of Edinburgh
Some of the characters in Spenser's poems -notably Colin Oout in the sixth book of The Faerie Queene—embody a good deal ot autobiographical detail. These characters are placed side by side with the figures belonging entirely to the world of chivalry and romance. Professor Renwick, who has for many years made a special study of Spenser, examines this rich and continually shifting pattern of fact and imagination, and argues that the relationship between Spenser's life and his poetry is unusually complex and not always properly appreciated.

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Clout
Unknown: W. L. Renwick
Unknown: Colin Oout

: THE LAST DAYS OF.THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON

Programme written and compiled by Charles Dimont
Produced by Terence Tiller
This programme recounts events in the Duke's life between May 1, 1852, his eighty-third birthday, and September 14, 1852. the day of his death. It has been compiled from the letters and memoirs of the Duke and his associates and from other contemporary and later sources.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Dimont
Produced By: Terence Tiller

: ' Oer Ring des Nibelungen ' 'DAS RHEINGOLD'

Music drama in four scenes by Richard Wagner
(Preceded by a five-minute introduction)
Cast:
Orchestra of the Bayreuth Festival
Conducted by Joseph Keilberth
Sc. 1: At the bottom of the Rhine Sc. 2: A mountain height
Sc. 3: The subterranean caves of Nibelheim
Sc. 4: A mountain height

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Wagner
Conducted By: Joseph Keilberth
Gods: Wotan: Hermann Uhde
Gods: Donner: Werner Fauihaber
Gods: Froh: Wolfgang Windgassen
Gods: Loge: Erich Witte
Nibeiungs: Alberich: Gustav Neidlinger
Nibeiungs:Mime: Paul Kuen
Giants: Fasolt: Ludwig Weber
Giants:Fafner: Josef Greindl
Goddesses: Fricka: Ira Maianiuk
Goddesses: Freia: Inge Borkh
Goddesses: Erda: Ruth Siewert
Rhineniaidens: Woglinde: Erika Zimmermann
Rhineniaidens: Weflgunde: Hanna Ludwig
Rhineniaidens: Flosshilde: Hertha Topper

: IMPRESSIONS OF NEW ORLEANS

by Peter de Mendelssohn

Contributors

Unknown: Peter de Mendelssohn

: PIANO RECITAL

by Ilona Kabos

Contributors

Unknown: Ilona Kabos

: An interview with PABLO CASALS

Pablo Casals discusses with Ronald Hambleton his attitude to music and to the position of the artist in society
(Recorded in Perpignan last autumn, and previously broadcast on May 23th

Contributors

Unknown: Pablo Casals
Unknown: Ronald Hambleton








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