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: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Margaret Kitchin (piano)
BBC Scottish Orchestra
(Leader, J. Mouland Begbie )
Conducted by Norman Del Mar
Overture In E minor (1819)...Schubert Beethoven's Symphony No. 7: Saturday The Symphony in C was edited by Fruz Stein and published in 1911. The orchestrai parts (evidently copied out towards the end of the eighteenth century) bad been discovered at Jena; on the second violin part was written par Louis van Beethoven ,' and on the cello part ' Symphonic von Bethovcn ' (stc). It is not difficult to persuade oneself that the Symphony is an early manifestation of the genius of Beethoven. Raymond Chevreuille. she Belgian composer, won the second Italia prize in the 1950 competition with his D'un diable de bricquet. His Piano Concerto No. 2 was written to be played by the competitors in the Queen Elisabeth Prize for pianists held in Brussels lastyear. H.R.

Contributors

Piano: Margaret Kitchin
Leader: J. Mouland Begbie
Conducted By: Norman Del Mar
Edited By: Fruz Stein
Unknown: Louis van Beethoven
Unknown: Beethoven. Raymond

: WALTER DE LA MARE

An appreciation by V. Sackville-West
On April 25 Mr. dp la Mare celebrated his eightieth birthday

Contributors

Unknown: V. Sackville-West
Unknown: Mr. Dp La Mare

: HAYDN

Sonata in A
Sonata in F played by Marta Eitler (violin)
Viola Tunnard (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Marta Eitler
Piano: Viola Tunnard

: THE QUEEN'S PORTRAIT ON THE NEW COLNS

Charles Mitchell , of the Warburg Institute, talks about the historical significance of Mrs. Gillick's design

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Mitchell

: VERGIL'S AENEID '

A translation for broadcasting by C. Day Lewis
Produced by Basil Taylor
Book 6 recorded broadcast of Oct. 21. 1951)
Book 7: May 14

Contributors

Produced By: Basil Taylor
Narrator: Alan Wheatley
Sibyl: Cathleen Nesbitt
Aeneas: Allan McClelland
Palinurus: Denis McCarthy
Charon: Valentine Dyall
Deiphobus: Michael Flanders
Musaeus: Raf de La Torre
Anchises: Carleton Hobbs

: STRAVINSKY

Philharmonia Orchestra (Leader, Manoug Parikian )
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Ode: elegiac chant In three parts
Eulogy; Eclogue; Epitaph
Symphony in three movements (1945) Arthur Jacobs ' , Music Diary ' '—p. 27
See also 10.15 p.m.

Contributors

Leader: Manoug Parikian
Conducted By: Clarence Raybould
Unknown: Arthur Jacobs

: Studies in Music Criticism: 4: Stravinsky

Six programmes arranged by William Glock
In this talk William Glock analyses in some detail the first movement of Stravinsky's 1945 symphony and indicates his importance for twentieth-century music and the nature of his achievement.
Next programme, on Hindemith: May 14

Contributors

Arranged By: William Glock

: PURCELL

Alfred Deller (counter-tenor)
George Malcolm (harpsichord)
Songs: One charming night: If music be the food of love; Fairest Isle
Harpsichord: Prelude in A minor:
Sarabende in A minor: Toccata in A; Hornpipe In D
Songs: Retir'd from any mortal's sight; Mystery's Song: Crown the altar; Beauty thou scene of love

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Deller
Harpsichord: George Malcolm

: FOREIGN REVIEW

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