The story by Amos Tutuola
Arranged for broadcasting by Peter Duval Smith
Music composed bv Elisabeth Lutyens and conducted by Edward Clark
Special effects by the Ambrosian Singers
Production by Peter Duval Smith
Berlin Philharmonic Octet:
Alfred Biirkner (clarinet)
Oskar Rothensteiner (bassoon)
Gunter Kopp (horn)
Hans Gieseler (violin)
Rudolf Hartmann (violin and viola)
Hermann Bethmann (viola)
Wilhelm Posegga (cello)
Rainer Zepperitz (double-bass)
Quintet in E flat (K.407). for violin, two violas, cello, and horn....Mozart Octet for clarinet, bassoon, horn, string quartet, and double-bass
Three talks by C. Wright Mills
Professor of Sociology at Columbia University
I-The Fourth Epoch
The Age of Enlightenment expected that reason and freedom would come to prevail in human history. Professor Wright Mills believes that we are witnessing the collapse of these expectations and the abdication of Western intellectuals.
Morley's Latin Motets
David Brown discusses Morley's church music and suggests a re-assessment of his character
The Ambrosian Singer*
Laboravl in gemitu meo
Gaude. Maria Virgo (parts 1 and 2) 0 arnica mea (parts 1 and 2) De profundis clamavi
The first two and last motets are receiving their first modern performance.
First of four programmes of studies in Elizabethan and Jacobean music
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