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: ' THE AGE Of ANXIETY A Baroque Eclogue by W. H. Auden

A reading of PART 3: 'The Seven Stages and PART 4: 'The Dirge'
Edited and produced by Frederick Bradnum with music by John Buckland conducted by Bernard Keeffe

Contributors

Produced By: Frederick Bradnum
Music By: John Buckland
Conducted By: Bernard Keeffe
Quant: Will Leighton
Malin: John Dearth
Emble: John Glen
Rosetta: Jane Jordan Rogers
The Reader: George Hagan

: FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS

No. 4
Haydn's String Quartet in D
Op. 64 No. by Hans Keller
Dartington String Quartet:
Colin Sauer (violin) Peter Carter (violin) Keith Lovell (viola)
Michael Evans (cello)
Hans Keller 's wordless method of analysis is designed to show how contrasting themes and movements hang together. This unity of contrasts, ' the music behind the music,' is thrown into relief by way of an analytic score linked with the complete movements of the work.
ORDER OF EVENTS:
First movement — analytic interlude-slow movement-analytic postlude three-minuteinterval analytic prelude — minuet — analytic interlude-finale-analyticpostlude

Contributors

Unknown: Hans Keller
Violin: Colin Sauer
Violin: Peter Carter
Viola: Keith Lovell
Cello: Michael Evans
Cello: Hans Keller

: Art-Anti-Art ARTISTS AS CONSUMERS: THE SPLENDID BARGAIN

Speakers:
Eduardo Paolozzi
Richard Hamilton
Lawrence Alloway
Basil Taylor
* Man of mass civilisation,' said the young Surrealist writers in a previous programme from Paris, ' has made a miserable bargain. He has exchanged his independence and his freedom of spirit for a higher standard of life, for conspicuous consumption.' Theirs is a response of refusal also towards the manifestations of mass culture. One hour's flying-time away, some of their English contemporaries adopt a very different attitude.

Contributors

Unknown: Eduardo Paolozzi
Unknown: Richard Hamilton
Unknown: Lawrence Alloway
Unknown: Basil Taylor

: SCHOENBERG

Ilona Steingruber (soprano)
Herbert Haefner (piano)
Four Songs, Op. 2:
Erwartung; Jesus bettclt; Erhebung;
Waldsonne
Two Songs, Op. 14:
Ich darf nicht dankend; In diesen
Wintcrtagcn on a gramophone record

Contributors

Soprano: Ilona Steingruber
Piano: Herbert Haefner








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