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: PIBROCH

or Ceol M(M—The ' Great Music'
A programme on the classical music of the Scottish bagpipes, with traditional stories of pipers -human and supernatural-and an account of the old piping schools of the Highlands
An eighteenth-century pibroch Moladh Mairi (The Praise of Mary) played by Donald MacPherson ; Uamh an Oir (The Cave of Gold) sung by Jessie MacKenzie of Lewis; A Cholla mo ghaoil (0 Colla, my love) sung by Alasdair Boyd of Oban
A demonstration of Canntaireachd, the vocal system of notation as learned by Angus MacPherson of Invershin and Pipe-Major William Maclean of Kilcreggan
Narrator, Finlay J. Macdonald with Duncan McIntyre , Ian Sadler and Kelty MacLeod
Programme arranged by Calum Maclean of the School of Scottish Studies, Edinburgh
Produced by David Thomson
(The recorded broadcast of May 14)

Contributors

Unknown: Moladh Mairi
Played By: Donald MacPherson
Sung By: Jessie MacKenzie
Sung By: Alasdair Boyd
Unknown: Angus MacPherson
Unknown: Major William MacLean
Narrator: Finlay J. MacDonald
Unknown: Duncan McIntyre
Unknown: Ian Sadler
Arranged By: Calum MacLean
Produced By: David Thomson

: ' THE PRESIDENT'S DESK '

A talk by Count Umberto Morra on the recently published memoirs of Luigi Einaudi, President of the Italian Republic, 1948-1955

Contributors

Talk By: Count Umberto Morra

: Composer and Interpreter BEETHOVEN

Piano Concerto No. 5, in E flat
Artur Schnabel (piano)
London Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent on gramophone records

Contributors

Piano: Artur Schnabel
Conducted By: Sir Malcolm Sargent

: Monica Grey Leon Quartermaine, Ronald Simpson and Malcolm Keen in 'THE LARK'

by Jean Anouilh
Translated by Christopher Fry
Production by Val Gielgud
During the Interval In the performance of The Lark ' (9.20-9.30 app.):
Ravel
Movements from Ma Mere l'Oye played by the Boston Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Serge Koussevitzky on gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Anouilh
Translated By: Christopher Fry
Production By: Val Gielgud
Conducted By: Serge Koussevitzky

: EARLY ORGANS IN EUROPE

A series of six programmes devoted to the baroque organ and its predecessors
1—The 17th-18th Century Organ
(1639-1725) in the Church of St. Laurens, Alkmaar, Holland
Recital by Geraint Jones
Introduced by Cecil Clutton

Contributors

Unknown: Geraint Jones
Introduced By: Cecil Clutton

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