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: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Pietro Scarpinl (piano)
Philharmonia Orchestra (Leader, Manoug Panikian )
Conducted by WaLter Goehr

Contributors

Piano: Pietro Scarpinl
Leader: Manoug Panikian
Conducted By: Walter Goehr

: A SENSE OF SMELL

Anthony Quinton reviews the miscellaneous collection of George Orwell 's essays published posthumously under the title England, Your England

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Quimton
Unknown: George Orwell

: THE HERITAGE OF SPAIN

A survey of Spanish music prepared by Roberto Gerhard and Lionel Salter
6-Music at the Courts of Carlos V and Felipe II
Edited by Lionel Salter
Filharmonia Vocal Ensemble :
Emilia Quer de Baucis (soprano)
Anitontia Jorda (soprano)
Nunia Quer de Climent (contralto)
Francisco Paulet (tenor)
Ennique Climent (bass)
(Continued in next column)
Ars Musicae
Instrumental Ensemble:
Renata Tannago (vihuela)
Graoiano Tarrago
(vihuela, bowed lyre, viola da bnaccio)
Otto Schwarz (descant viol)
Antonio Figuenas
(alto viol and bass recorder) Mania Capdevila (tenor viol)
Fernando Casanovas (viola da bracclo, base recorder, bass viol, nakere)
Isabel Rocha (alto recorder)
Andres Figuenas
(alto viol and base recorder)
Francisco Puentas (slide trumpet)
Juan Cisa (slide trumpet) Jose Nadal (al.to sackbut)
José Viladot (tenor sackbut)
Antonio Magadan (bass sackbut) Direoted by José Mania Lamafia Introduced by Roberto Gerhard

Pavana real - anon.
Que farem del pabne Joan - M. Flecha (viejo)
A bente y slete de marzo - anon.
Pnado verde y florddo - Guerrero
Fantasia a tres - Valderrabano
Moreraicame era yo - Vazquez
Llorad conmigo, pastores - Garzon
Bon jorn, - Pedro Vila
Fantasia a sei - anon.
Lagrimas de mi consuelo - Cebrian
Ay Jesus que mal frayle - anon.

Contributors

Unknown: Roberto Gerhard
Unknown: Lionel Salter
Edited By: Lionel Salter
Soprano: Emilia Quer de Baucis
Soprano: Anitontia Jorda
Contralto: Nunia Quer de Climent
Tenor: Francisco Paulet
Bass: Ennique Climent
Unknown: Renata Tannago
Unknown: Graoiano Tarrago
Unknown: Otto Schwarz
Unknown: Antonio Figuenas
Tenor: Mania Capdevila
Viola: Fernando Casanovas
Unknown: Isabel Rocha
Unknown: Andres Figuenas
Unknown: Francisco Puentas
Unknown: Juan Cisa
Unknown: Jose Nadal
Tenor: José Viladot
Bass: Antonio Magadan
Unknown: José Mania Lamafia
Introduced By: Roberto Gerhard

: Four Pianists: 3: Schnabel

A series of illustrated talks by Edward Sackville-West
In each of these talks Edward Sackville-West considers the characteristic style of a particular pianist, his approach to his repertoire, and his interpretation of the great works in it. (The recorded broadcast of June 18.) Last talk, on Rosenthal: January 28.

Contributors

Speaker: Edward Sackville-West

: ‛ THE PLAYER QUEEN ’

by W. B. Yeats with music specially composed by John Buckland
The orchestra conducted by Patrick SaviU
Radio adaptation and production by Frederick Bradnum
Cast in order of speaking:
(Continued in next column)
The place is firstly at an open spacs between three streets just before dawn; and then in the castle throne-room the same morning

Contributors

Unknown: W. B. Yeats
Composed By: John Buckland
Conducted By: Patrick Saviu
Production By: Frederick Bradnum
First Old Man: Rupert Davies
Second Old Man: Derek Birch
Septimus, a poet: Brian Wilde
Third Old Man: Donald Cresewell
Old Woman: Eileen Thorndike
Happy Tom, a popular poet: Douglas Hayes
Peter, another popular poet: Elliot Playfair
Finst Citizen: Max Brimmell
Second Citizen: Marvin Kane
Third Citizen: Anthony Jemmett
First Countryman: Douglas Hayes
Second Countryman: Elliot Pbaytfadr
Third Coumtryman: Patrick Westwood
A Big Countryman: Victor Platt
Tapster: Donald Cresswell
An Old Beggar: John Cazabon
Decima, the Player Queen: Maxine Audley
Finst Player: Donald Cresswell
Second Player: Max Brimmell
Stage Manager: Derek Birch
The Prime Minister: Eric Anderson
Nona, an actress: Betty Baskcomib
The Queen: Andrea Lea
The Bishop: Rupert Daviea

: BLOCH

String Quartet No. 2 played by the Griller String Quartet:;
Sidney Griller (violin) Jack O'Brien (violin) Philip Bunton (viola) Colin Hampton (cello)

Contributors

Violin: Sidney Griller
Violin: Jack O'Brien
Viola: Philip Bunton
Cello: Colin Hampton

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