Talks by Lawrence Alloway and Basil Taylor
A considerable number of British sculptors are showing their work this summer, either in one-man shows or in mixed exhibitions such as the L.C.C.'s ' Sculpture in the Open Air' in Holland Park. Of these sculptors, several have had a first opportunity since the war of working for public sites. In this programme Lawrence Alloway and Basil Tavlor speak about some of these efforts and their results.
Vlasta Balkova (piano)
V mlhaeh (In the Mist)
1.10.1905 (Fragment of a Sonata)
'The first of October, 1905,' commemorates a demonstration in Brno, the capital of Moravia, in which a friend of Janacek was killed. The country was at that time under Austrian rule, and the demonstration occurred when a demand for an independent Czech university was refused by the Austrian authorities.
by Pierre Schaeffer
This is one of the most important of Pierre Schaeffer's creations in the Musique Concrete idiom. There are ten short movements: Prosapopie; Partita; Valse; Erotica; Scherzo; Cadence; Eroica; Apostrophe; Intermezzo; Strette
An opera in one act
Libretto by Paul Dehn
Music by Lennox Berkeley
English Opera Group
(Leader, Olive Zorian )
CONDUCTED BY VILEM TAUSKY
Producer, William Chappell
Repetiteur, Martin Isepp
From the Theatre Royal. York
An errand boy:
The Earl of Dunmow:
The Countess of Dunitiow:
Susan, their daughter:
Mrs Kneebone, a hired help:
H R H The Grand Duchess of Monte blanco:
H R H Prince Philippe, her son:
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