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Julius Isserlis (piano)


Piano: Julius Isserlis


Nikolaus Pevsner 's architectural impressions of New Zealand


Unknown: Nikolaus Pevsner


Popular Songs and Instrumental Pieces
Singers in Consort:
Andrew Pearmain. John Ford
Richard Wood
Owen Grundy. John Frost
Haroldi Lester (harpsichord) Director, Richard Wood
Stanley Taylor Recorder Consort:
Richard Taylor , Christopher Taylor
Reiner Schuelein. Stanley Taylor
Last of five programmes of English secular music of the 16th and early 17th centuries.


Unknown: Andrew Pearmain.
Unknown: John Ford
Unknown: Richard Wood
Unknown: Owen Grundy.
Unknown: John Frost
Harpsichord: Haroldi Lester
Director: Richard Wood
Unknown: Stanley Taylor
Unknown: Richard Taylor
Unknown: Christopher Taylor
Unknown: Reiner Schuelein.
Unknown: Stanley Taylor

: The Song of the Shirt

A study of Thomas Hood (1799-1846)
Written and narrated by Patric Dickinson
[Starring] Carleton Hobbs
with Beryl Calder, Patience Collier, Ella Milne, Molly Rankin, John Brycing, Felix Felton, Denis Goacher, Malcolm Graeme, Charles Hodgson, Anthony Viccars and Geoffrey Wincott
Production by Joe Burroughs
(A new production of the programme originally broadcast on October 8, 1957)


Unknown: Carleton Hobbs
Unknown: Patric Dickinson
Unknown: Beryl Calder
Unknown: Patience Collier
Unknown: Ella Milne
Unknown: Molly Rankin
Unknown: John Brycing
Unknown: Felix Felton
Unknown: Denis Goacher
Unknown: Malcolm Graeme
Unknown: Charles Hodgson
Unknown: Anthony Viccars
Unknown: Geoffrey Wincott
Production By: Joe Burroughs


Wind Quintet in B flat Op. M No. 1 Wind Quintet In G minor; Op. 66 No. 3 played by the Dennis Brain Wind Ensemble:
Gareth Morris. Leonard Brain Stephen Waters, Cecil James
Neill Sanders
(The recorded broadcast of Sept. 13)


Unknown: Gareth Morris.
Unknown: Cecil James
Unknown: Neill Sanders

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