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: THE THURSDAY INVITATION CONCERT

Max Worthley (tenor) Ernest Lush (piano) George Malcolm and Peter Gellhorn
(two pianos and piano duet) Geoffrey Gilbert (flute) Neill Sanders (horn)
Christopher Bunting (cello) Eleanor Warren (cello)
Charles Spinks (harpsichord) Clifton Helliwell (piano) Part 1
Andante and Variations, for two pianos, two cellos, and horn
Schumann
The Phoenix and the Turtle, for tenor, flute, horn, two cellos, harpsichord, and piano.Phyllis Tate first performance
Sonata in C (K.621), for piano duet
See page 46 Mozart Given this week before an invited audience in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London, W.1, instead of at the Maida Vale studios.
Tickets may be obtained from [address removed], enclosing a stamped addressed envelope.

Contributors

Tenor: Max Worthley
Piano: Ernest Lush
Piano: George Malcolm
Piano: Peter Gellhorn
Flute: Geoffrey Gilbert
Horn: Neill Sanders
Cello: Christopher Bunting
Cello: Eleanor Warren
Harpsichord: Charles Spinks
Piano: Clifton Helliwell
Piano: Phyllis Tate

: COMMENT

A weekly review of the arts This edition Includes
Jens Arup on John Whiting's new play The Devils at the Aldwych Theatre. London

: INVITATION CONCERT

Part 2
Motets, for tenor, and piano
Hindemtth
Dicebat Jesus scribis et pharisaeis Angelus Domini apparuit Cum factus esset Jesus
Ascendente Jesu in naviculam first performance in this country
Sonata in D (K.448). for two pianos
Mozart

: HANP'ENG

An early Chinese story from Ballads and Stories from Tun-huang translated by Arthur Waley
Read by Michael Aldridge with an introduction by Arthur Walcy
Produced by David Thomson

Contributors

Translated By: Arthur Waley
Read By: Michael Aldridge
Unknown: Arthur Walcy
Produced By: David Thomson

: RENARD

A burlesque tale Words and music after a Russian folk tale by IGOR STRAVINSKY
Translated into French by C. F. Ramuz
Conducted by LEON BARZIN
Recording made available by courtesy of Radiodiffusion-Télévision Française.

Contributors

Unknown: Igor Stravinsky
Unknown: C. F. Ramuz
Conducted By: Leon Barzin








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