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: CHAMBER MUSIC

Robert Masters Piano Quartet

: DAS WERK ARNOLD SCHOENBERGS

Illustrated talk by René Leibowitz in which he discusses Josef Rufer 's recently published Das Werk Arnold Schoenbergs, which can be described as ' the Schoenberg Kochel. '
The illustrations include Three Little Pieces for chamber orchestra, and HerzgetLVihse forhighsoprano,celesta, harmonium, and harp, performed by an ensemble directed by Rene Leibowitz.
Recorded in collaboration with Radiodiffusion-Télévision Francaise

Contributors

Unknown: Josef Rufer
Unknown: Das Werk Arnold
Unknown: Schoenberg Kochel.
Directed By: Rene Leibowitz.

: BOULEVARD DURAND

by ARMAND SALACROU
Translated by Barbara Wright with Nigel Stock and Lyndon Brook
This play is the chronicle of a famous miscarriage of justice. The scene is Le Havre, 1910, when conditions among the men who unloaded the coal-boats were appalling. During a strike a man is found murdered after a dockside brawl, and the authorities seize the opportunity of getting rid of the chief agitator for social reform by accusing him of the crime.
CAST
Narrator, Michael Turner ; Jules Durand , Nigel Stock ; Julia, Carol Marsh ; Father, John Sharp ; Mother, Kathleen Michael ; Luc, John Wesbbrook; Olivier, Lyndon Brook,
Lise, Valerie Hanson: Roussel. Olal Pooley; Capron, Trevor Martin; Mme. Capron, Janet Burnell ; Delaville, George Hagan; Cafi owner, Kenneth Dight; Delegate, Frank Windsor; Superintendent, Norman Claridge; Examining Magistrate, K&ith Williams; Advocate-General, Raf de la Torre; Judge, Hugh Manning with Tom Bowman. Keith Buckley Freda Dowie. William Eedle, Michael Harding, Haydn. Jones, Philip Morant, Gareth Morgan, Douglas Storm, and- Tom Watson
Adapted and produced by WILLIAM GIEN-DOEPEL
: second broadcast

Contributors

Translated By: Barbara Wright
Unknown: Nigel Stock
Narrator: Michael Turner
Narrator: Jules Durand
Narrator: Nigel Stock
Unknown: Carol Marsh
Unknown: John Sharp
Unknown: Kathleen Michael

: BRUCKNER

Heather Harper (soprano) Janet Baker (contralto) Richard Lewis (tenor)
Marian Nowakowski (bass) Charles Spinks (organ) BBC Chorus
Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgat * BBC Symphony Orchestra Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Otto Klemperer
Part
TE DEUM

Contributors

Soprano: Heather Harper
Contralto: Janet Baker
Tenor: Richard Lewis
Bass: Marian Nowakowski
Bass: Charles Spinks
Chorus-Master: Leslie Woodgat
Conducted By: Otto Klemperer

: HISTORY OF THE IMMEDIATE FUTURE

by Reyner Banham
Assistant executive editor The Architectural Review
Is there a common quality among the diverse trends in architecture today? Dr. Banham believes there is, and suggests that the liveliest prospects for the immediate future of architecture lie in an increasing reliance on the human sciences.
Broadcast version of a recent address to the R.I.B.A.

: BRUCKNER

Part
SYMPHONY No. 6. In A

: GORDON CRAIG REMEMBERS....

Max Beerbohm , Eleonora Duse Sarah Bernhardt , and others
This is the second of DAVID TUTAEV 'S conversations with Gordon Craig when he visited' him recently in the South of France
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Max Beerbohm
Unknown: Eleonora Duse
Unknown: Sarah Bernhardt
Unknown: David Tutaev
Unknown: Gordon Craig

: PIANO RECITAL

by Thomas Rajna
Beethoven Sonata in D. Op. 10 No. 3 Stravinsky
Four Studies, Op. 7
Tango; Piano rag music

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Rajna
Unknown: Beethoven Sonata

: Closedown









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