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Alexander Young (tenor)
Barry Tuckwell (horn)
Ernest Lush (piano)
Amadeus String Quartet:
Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nissel (violin)
Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello) with Cecil Aronowitz (viola)
The Dennis Brain Wind Ensemble:
Gareth Morris (flute) Leonard Brain (oboe)
Stephen Waters (clarinet)
Cecil James (bassoon) Barry Tuckwell (horn) with Richard Walton (trumpet)
Alfred Flaszynski (trombone)
John Wilson (tuba)
Ivor Beynon (accordion)
Conducted by Norman Del Mar
Part 1
Noel Goodwin writes on page 6


Tenor: Alexander Young
Horn: Barry Tuckwell
Piano: Ernest Lush
Violin: Norbert Brainin
Violin: Siegmund Nissel
Viola: Peter Schidlof
Cello: Martin Lovett
Viola: Cecil Aronowitz
Flute: Gareth Morris
Oboe: Leonard Brain
Clarinet: Stephen Waters
Bassoon: Cecil James
Horn: Barry Tuckwell
Unknown: Richard Walton
Unknown: Alfred Flaszynski
Unknown: John Wilson
Accordion: Ivor Beynon
Conducted By: Norman Del Mar
Unknown: Noel Goodwin


A weekly review of the arts
This edition includes:
Christopher Logue on Terence Rattigan 's Ross at the Haymarket Theatre, London
Arthur Jacobs on music in Moscow


Unknown: Christopher Logue
Unknown: Terence Rattigan


Part 2
These weekly concerts are given before an invited audience at the BBC's studios in Delaware Road, Maida Vale, London. Tickets may be obtained by applying to [address removed], enclosing stamped addressed envelope.


DONALD MITCHELL draws attention to the music of this unusual composer whose work was, he says, largely based on a ' literal documentation of the out-tide world.'.


Unknown: Donald Mitchell


The Dorian Singers
Conductor, Matyas Seiber (first broadcast performance in this country)


Conductor: Matyas Seiber

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