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: Mahler

Symphony No. 2
Victoria Elliott (soprano)
Eugenia Zareska (contralto)
Halle Choir
(Chorus-Master, Eric Chadwick )
Halle Orchestra
(Leader. Martin Milner )
Conductor, Sir John Barbirolli
PART 1
7.20 app. Interval
7.30 app. PART 2
A concert of the 101st season organised by the Halle Concerts Society in the Free Trade Hall, Manchester
(Victoria Elliott broadcasts by permission of Sadler's Wells Opera Company)
Mahler's Symphony No. 2 (The Resurrection), first performed in 1895, has five movements-three instrumental, followed by two with voices. Part I of this concert consists of the first movement, and Part 2 of the remaining four.

Contributors

Soprano: Victoria Elliott
Contralto: Eugenia Zareska
Chorus-Master: Halle Choir
Chorus-Master: Eric Chadwick
Leader: Martin Milner
Conductor: Sir John Barbirolli
Unknown: Victoria Elliott

: COMMENT

A weekly review of the arts including:
J. M. Richards on the plans for the development of the London University precinct in Bloomsbury
Clement Crisp on Frederick Ashton 's new ballet La Valse at Covent Garden

Contributors

Unknown: J. M. Richards
Unknown: Frederick Ashton

: ARIOSTI

Ena Mitchell (soprano)
Harry Danks (viola d'amore)
Norman Jones (viola da gamba)
Charles Spinks
(harpsichord continuo)
Sonata No. 2. for viola d'amore and continuo
Cantata: Pur alfln gentil viola, for soprano, viola d'amore, and harpsichord
Sonata No.3, for viola d'amore and continuo

Contributors

Soprano: Ena Mitchell
Viola: Harry Danks
Viola: Norman Jones
Harpsichord: Charles Spinks

: 'THE FLOWERS AT MY FEET'

A study of the influence of John Keats on the life and work of Wilfred Owen (1893-1918) by Patric Dickinson
Much of the material is taken from unpublished letters and poems of Wilfred Owen made available for this programme by his brother, Mr. Harold Owen.
Poems and prose of Wilfred Owen read by Marius Goring with Leigh Crutchley , Denis Goacher
Godfrey Kenton , Malcolm Hayes
Peter Wilde , Gabriel Woolf

Contributors

Unknown: John Keats
Unknown: Wilfred Owen
Unknown: Patric Dickinson
Unknown: Wilfred Owen
Unknown: Mr. Harold Owen.
Unknown: Wilfred Owen
Read By: Marius Goring
Unknown: Leigh Crutchley
Unknown: Denis Goacher
Unknown: Godfrey Kenton
Unknown: Malcolm Hayes
Unknown: Peter Wilde
Unknown: Gabriel Woolf

: A NEW BACH ORGAN WORK ?

Walter Emery discusses a manuscript copied (c. 1770) in part by Benjamin Cooke , organist of Westminster Abbey
The music is in five sections, the first and last being versions of Bach's Prelude and Fugue in C (S.545)
Peter Hurford plays the music

Contributors

Unknown: Walter Emery
Organist: Benjamin Cooke
Unknown: Peter Hurford








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