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: CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

from the Goldsmiths' Hall, London
Nina MJTKINA
(piano)
RICHARD LEWIS
(tenor) BARRY TUCKWELL (horn)
SYBIL MICHELOW
(contralto) TREVOR ANTHONY (bass-baritone)
GLYNOEBOURNE FESTIVAL CHORUS (Chorus-Master, Peter Gellhorn )
CHARLES SPINKS
(harpsichord continuo)
KALMAR Chamber ORCHESTRA
(Led by Eli Goren )
CONDUCTOR. COLIN DAVIS
Part 1

Contributors

Piano: Nina Mjtkina
Tenor: Richard Lewis
Tenor: Barry Tuckwell
Contralto: Sybil Michelow
Contralto: Trevor Anthony
Chorus-Master: Peter Gellhorn
Harpsichord: Charles Spinks
Conductor: Eli Goren
Conductor: Colin Davis

: MASTER OF METHOD

Bernard Berenson (1865-1959) by Ellis Waterhouse
Barber Professor of Fine Art in the University of Birmingham
Professor Waterhouse discusses Berenson's influence on the history of art.

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Berenson

: Anthony Jacobs in 'THE LETTER'

by Philip O'Connor
Production by Douglas Cleverdon and andand
Pianist, Michal Hambourg
Prompted by a letter requesting his support for a worthy cause, Henry Onegin , a ' progressive ' but middle-aged poet, recalls the so many progressive movements that he has supported during the last twenty-five years.

Contributors

Unknown: Philip O'Connor
Production By: Douglas Cleverdon
Pianist: Michal Hambourg
Unknown: Henry Onegin
Henry Onegin: Anthony Jacobs
Lieutenant Charles: Frank Duncan
Committee Members: Cecile Chevreau
Committee Members: Jeffrey Segal
Committee Members: Joe Sterne
Art Fans: Hilda Schroder
Art Fans: Harold Reese
Art Fans: Basil Jones
Art Fans: Philip O'Connor
Young Men: David Spenser,
Young Men: Nicky Edmett
Young Men: Martin Starkie








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