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: SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY POETRY

The Poems of Richard Corbett Selected, introduced, and read by Hugh Trevor Roper
Regius Professor of Modern History in the University of Oxford
(: second broadcast)

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Corbett
Read By: Hugh Trevor Roper

: Aldeburgh Festival

CHAMBER MUSIC
Amadeus String Quartet:
Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nissel (violin)
Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello) with Clifford Curzon (piano) from the Parish Church. Aldeburgb
Part 1

Contributors

Violin: Norbert Brainin
Violin: Siegmund Nissel
Viola: Peter Schidlof
Cello: Martin Lovett
Piano: Clifford Curzon
Unknown: Parish Church.

: MUSICAL THOUGHT IN SOVIET RUSSIA

by Boris Schwartz
Professor of Music at Queen's College, New York who recently went to the U.S.S.R. on a Guggenheim Fellowship to study Soviet musical research and pedagogy.

Contributors

Unknown: Boris Schwartz
Unknown: New York

: VOICES IN THE AIR

Words and Music from
North, South, East, and West
Right, Left, and Centre
Devised and produced by Douglas Cleverdon
Introduced by Donald Cotton
WORDS BY:
John Betjeman. David Climie
Donald Cotton , Michael Flanders
Harold Pinter , N. F. Simpson
Sandy Wilson music BY:
Antony Hopkins
John Pritchett , James Stevens Donald Swann. Sandy Wilson
VOICES BY:
Denis Quilley , Marion Grimaldl
Rose Hill , Janette Richer
Cecile Chevreau , Antony Hopkins
Carleton Hobbs , Frank Duncan
Piers Stephens , and Paul McDowell
The music orchestrated and conducted by Max Saunders
(: a second performance of the broadcast on May 26)

Contributors

Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon
Introduced By: Donald Cotton
Unknown: John Betjeman.
Unknown: David Climie
Unknown: Donald Cotton
Unknown: Michael Flanders
Unknown: Harold Pinter
Unknown: N. F. Simpson
Unknown: Sandy Wilson
Music By: Antony Hopkins
Unknown: John Pritchett
Unknown: James Stevens
Unknown: Donald Swann.
Unknown: Sandy Wilson
Voices By: Denis Quilley
Voices By: Marion Grimaldl
Unknown: Rose Hill
Unknown: Janette Richer
Unknown: Cecile Chevreau
Unknown: Antony Hopkins
Unknown: Carleton Hobbs
Unknown: Frank Duncan
Unknown: Piers Stephens
Unknown: Paul McDowell
Conducted By: Max Saunders

: BACH

Sonata No. 1, in G minor played by Nathan Milstein (violin)
(: second broadcast)

Contributors

Violin: Nathan Milstein








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