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: BACH

Concerto In the Italian Style
(S.971) played by Maurice Cole (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Maurice Cole

: POLITICAL TENSION AND SOCIAL REFORM

by Angus Maude , M.P.
Strife may not be the ' father of all things,' but it is the begetter and provider of all good policy.

Contributors

Unknown: Angus Maude

: PHYLLIS TATE

Triptych, for violin and piano Sonata, for clarinet and cello
Air and Variations, for violin, clarinet, and piano
(first performance) played by Stephen Waters (clarinet)
Yfrah Neaman (violin)
William Pleeth (cello)
Howard Ferguson (piano)
Second of three programmes of music by Phyllis Tate

Contributors

Clarinet: Stephen Waters
Violin: Yfrah Neaman
Cello: William Pleeth
Piano: Howard Ferguson
Music By: Phyllis Tate

: Shakespeare Apocrypha 'THE MERRY DEVIL OF EDMONTON'

Adapted by Peter Watts

Contributors

Adapted By: Peter Watts

: LISZT

Piano Concerto No. 1, in E flat played by György Cziffra (piano)
Paris Conservatoire Orchestra Conducted by Pierre Dervaux on a gramophone record

Contributors

Played By: György Cziffra
Conducted By: Pierre Dervaux

: AN AWKWARD AGE

John Holloway gives a critical reappraisal of two great novels of the 1890s: Thomas Hardy 's Tess of the D'Urbervilles and The Awkward Age by Henry James
He sees each as representing a different though complementary aspect of English society in transition, but there is also an artistic parallel: in both these novels * it is the curve of the narrative which chiefly embodies the meaning.'
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Contributors

Unknown: John Holloway
Unknown: Thomas Hardy
Unknown: Henry James

: ' LA PULCE D'ORO'

(' The Golden Flea ') An opera in one act
Libretto by Tullio Pinelli
Music by Ghedini
(sung in Italian)
Orchestra of Radiotelevisione Italiana , Milan
Conducted BY Nino SANZOGNO
The action takes place inside a country inn
Scenes: Evening; Night; Early morning
This one-act opera, written in 1937-38, was first produced in Genoa in 1940, when the composer was forty-seven; it has not previously been broadcast in this country. The light-hearted plot concerns an invisible golden Asiatic flea, said to be capable of turning all it bites into gold.

Contributors

Unknown: Tullio Pinelli
Unknown: Radiotelevisione Italiana
Conducted By: Nino Sanzogno
Lucilla: Ornella Rovero
Fortuna: Anna Maria Anclli
Lupo Fiorino: Amedeo Berdinl
Olimpio Pier: Luigi Latinucci
Daghe: Adriano Ferrario
Mirtillo: Eraldo Coda
Verna: Leonardo Monreale

: NORMAN MacCAIG

reads a selection of his poems including Country Morning- Insurrection of Memory; Growing Down; Sense about Nonsense; Accuser-November Night; Edinburgh Spring;
Summer Farm; Golden Calf

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