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: NEW MUSIC

Myra Verney (soprano) Leonard Cassini (piano)
John Davies (clarinet) lain Hamilton (piano)
The Wigmore Ensemble:
Geoffrey Gilbert (flute) Jack Brymer (clarinet)
Gwvdion Brooke (bassoon)
Dennis Brain (horn) Jean Pougnet (violin)
Frederick Riddle (viola)
William Pleeth (cello) with Janet Craxton (oboe)
(The first and last works are recorded)

Contributors

Soprano: Myra Verney
Piano: Leonard Cassini
Clarinet: John Davies
Flute: Geoffrey Gilbert
Clarinet: Jack Brymer
Bassoon: Gwvdion Brooke
Horn: Dennis Brain
Violin: Jean Pougnet
Viola: Frederick Riddle
Cello: William Pleeth
Oboe: Janet Craxton

: THE DESERT LION

A study of John Henry Newman and Hurrell Froude
Talk by Sybil Wingate
(The recorded broadcast of August 6)

Contributors

Unknown: John Henry Newman
Unknown: Hurrell Froude
Talk By: Sybil Wingate

: THE PROGRESS OF KEYBOARD MUSIC

Clifford Curzon (piano)
Ninth of twelve programmes

Contributors

Piano: Clifford Curzon

: CEZANNE'S LETTERS

Anthony Blunt , Director of the Courtautd Institute, discusses the views on painting expressed by Cezanne in his letters and in conversation.

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Blunt

: ' WELSH CAPTAIN

The story of Thomas Prys , Elizabethan sailor and poet by Gwyn Williams
Produced by Elwyn Evans with Arthur Williams , John Darran
T. H. Evans , Gilbert Turner Leonard Mayo , Jack Baynes
Jean Morton. Joy Gibson
Olive Michael , J. Graham Jones
Ieuan Rhys Williams (singer) Mary Rowland (Celtic harp)
Diana Poulton (lute)
Philip Whiteway (violin)
Frank Wilson (flute)

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Prys
Unknown: Elizabethan Sailor
Unknown: Gwyn Williams
Produced By: Elwyn Evans
Unknown: Arthur Williams
Unknown: John Darran
Unknown: T. H. Evans
Unknown: Gilbert Turner
Unknown: Leonard Mayo
Unknown: Jack Baynes
Unknown: Jean Morton.
Unknown: Joy Gibson
Unknown: Olive Michael
Unknown: J. Graham Jones
Singer: Ieuan Rhys Williams
Singer: Mary Rowland
Harp: Diana Poulton
Violin: Philip Whiteway
Flute: Frank Wilson
Elis Prys, D C L: J Huw Jones
Sir Richard Bulkeley: Jack James
Captain Thomas Prys: Clifford Evans
Earl of Essex: Richard Bebb
Sir Roger Williams: Cynddylan Williams
Lucy Negro: Mary Wimbush
Pirs Gruffydd: Brinley Jenkins
Sir Gelly Meyrick: Peter Gyngell
Siân: Lorna Davies

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader, Arthur Leavins )
Conducted by Stanley Pope
(A second performance of the concert broadcast yesterday)

Contributors

Leader: Arthur Leavins
Conducted By: Stanley Pope

: AUSTRALIA AND SOUTH. EAST ASIA AFTER GENEVA

Talk by C. P. FitzGerald
Professor of Oriental Studies in the Australian National University at Canberra

Contributors

Talk By: C. P. Fitzgerald

: JOHN DOWLAND

Ayres for Four Voices
The Golden Age Singers
Directed by Margaret Field-Hyde
Come away. come, sweet love; Dear, if you change; Shall I sue. shall I seek for grace?; Come, heavy sleep; What if I never speed; Me. me and none but me; White as lilies was her face; 0 sweet woods; Fine knacks for ladies

Contributors

Directed By: Margaret Field-Hyde








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