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Peter Katin (piano)
Jack Brymer (clarinet)
Henry Bronkhurst (piano)
Francis Chagrin's Two Pieces were written in April of last year and dedicated to Jack Brymer.
Malcolm Lipkin was born in Liverpool in 1932. He studied at the Royal College of Music, where the won a Cobbett Prize for a chamber work, the Sullivan Prize, and a Patron's Fund Award. His Third Piano Sonata, composed when he was eighteen, was first performed in Liverpool and played subsequently in London and in Holland. There are three movements: Allegro vivo, Adagietto, and Allegro (the last of which consists of a theme and eight variations).
Norman Fulton's Three Movements (written for Jack Brymer and Henry Bronkhurst) are marked respectively Allegretto, Lento, and Allegro vigoroso. H.R.


Piano: Peter Katin
Clarinet: Jack Brymer
Piano: Henry Bronkhurst


by Jacques-Yves Cousteau author of The Silent World


Unknown: Jacques-Yves Cousteau


Ilse Wolf (soprano)
Laurie Lyle (contralto)
Rene Soames (tenor)
John Cameron (baritone)
The Ambrosian Singers
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader. David McCallum )
Desmond Dupre (viola da gamba)
Thurston Dart (harpsichord)
Geraint Jones (organ)
Conducted by Douglas Guest
Parts 1 and 2


Soprano: Ilse Wolf
Contralto: Laurie Lyle
Tenor: Rene Soames
Baritone: John Cameron
Leader: David McCallum
Viola: Desmond Dupre
Harpsichord: Thurston Dart
Harpsichord: Geraint Jones
Conducted By: Douglas Guest


E. H. Carr talks about the first volume of Isaac Deutscher 's biography of Trotsky, The Prophet Armed


Talks: E. H. Carr
Unknown: Isaac Deutscher


by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher
Adapted for radio by Peter Watta


Unknown: Francis Beaumont
Unknown: John Fletcher
Unknown: Peter Watta


Quintet in C (K.515) played by the Element Quartet with Herbert Downes (viola)
Third of seven programmes


Viola: Herbert Downes

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