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Sandro Materassi (violin) Luigi Dallapiccola (piano)
(first performance in this country)


Violin: Sandro Materassi


'Fiction and Fiction of Manual Labour'
Talk by W. John Morgan
Welsh correspondent of ' The Observer '


Talk By: W. John Morgan


by John Gower (1327-1408)
Shortened version in modern
0 English
Arranged and produced by Terence Tiller
Fourth of six parts
Book 5: Avarice


Unknown: John Gower
Produced By: Terence Tiller
John Gower: George Bellamy
Genius, the Confessor: Oliver Burt
Medea: Nlcolette Bernard
Narrator: Derek Hart

: Tllford Bach Festival A CONCERT

Use Wolf (soprano)
Philip Jones (trumpet)
Thornton Lofthouse
Alexandra Orchestra
Conductor, Denis Darlow from All Saints' Church.
Tilford, Surrey


Soprano: Philip Jones
Harpsichord: Thornton Lofthouse
Conductor: Denis Darlow


Talk by the Rev. John Foster. D.U. Professor of Ecclesiastical
History, University of Glasgow


Unknown: Rev. John Foster.


Suite from the Drottnlngholm
Part 2
Music Johan Helmlch Roman


Music: Johan Helmlch

: A Leak in the Universe


Writer: A.I. Richards
Incidental music composed by: Roberto Gerhard
Produced by: D.G. Bridson
The Conjuror: Stephen Murray
Klaus: Raymond Huntley
Mrs Nemo: Bettina Dickson
Sir Glendoveer: Roger Snowdon
Zocca: Leslie Perrins
Omorl: Carleton Hobbs


Piano Quintet In A. Op. 81 The Martin String Quartet with Wilfrid Parry (piano)


Piano: Wilfrid Parry

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