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: BERTOLT BRECHT

To what extent is the work of this
German poet and man of the theatre likely to have an influence on the English theatrical scene?
This is a topic of conversation between MARTIN ESSLIN , author of Brecht:
. choice of evils, and CHRISTOPHER LOGUE , who wrote the lyrics for The Lily-White Boys.

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Esslin
Unknown: Christopher Logue

: ' MUSIQUE DISCRETE'

A request programme of music by Dame Hilda Tablet by courtesy of HENRY REED and DONALD SWANN
Production by Douglas Cleverdon with the London String Quartet and Stephen Whittaker (percussion) conducted by Donald Swann

Contributors

Music By: Dame Hilda Tablet
Unknown: Henry Reed
Production By: Douglas Cleverdon
Production By: Stephen Whittaker
Conducted By: Donald Swann
Hilda Tablet: Mary O'Farrell
Gabriel Hall Pollock: Deryck Guyler
Angel Bysshe: Derek Jacobl
An Actor from Stratford-upon-Avon: Denis Quilley
Elsa Strauss: Marjorie Westbury
Brangwen Brangwyn: Anna Pollak
Gwenlllan Morgan Thomas: Marion Studholme

: BUSONI

Sonata No. 2 in E minor, Op. 36A tor violin and piano
String Quartet in D minor, Op. 26
Hugh Bean (violin)
David Parkhouse (piano)
Aeolian String Quartet:
Sydney Humphreys , Trevor Williams
Watson Forbes. Derek Simpson
Second of two programmes

Contributors

Piano: David Parkhouse
Unknown: Sydney Humphreys
Unknown: Trevor Williams
Unknown: Watson Forbes.
Unknown: Derek Simpson

: KENYA: THE DECISIVE YEARS

MARGERY PERHAM , Fellow in Imperial Government at Nuffield College, Oxford, has recently returned from one of her frequent visits to Kenya, where she experienced the immediate reactions to the Lancaster House conference on the constitution. She discusses the antecedents of the Macleod proposals and the possible future they offer.

Contributors

Unknown: Margery Perham

: THE GERMAN SCHOOL OF LUTENIST SONG-WRITERS

DENISSTEVENS suggests that German lute songs of the Renaissance have so far remained in almost complete obscurity because of limitations imposed by early music printing.
Illustrations sung and played by The Ambroslan Consort:
Mary Thomas , Jean Allister
Edgar Fleet. John Frost
Brian Jeftery (lute)

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Thomas
Unknown: Jean Allister
Unknown: Edgar Fleet.
Unknown: John Frost
Unknown: Brian Jeftery








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