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: GIOVANNI GABRIELI

and his contemporaries
Canzoni played by the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis
Conductor, August Wenzinger
Carzen XXXV; Canzon. XXXIV
(Tiburtio Massaino)
Canzon II
(Giovanni Gabrieli )
Canzon V: La Maggia
(Florentio Maschera)
Canzon VIII; Canzon XXI: Sonata con tre violini
(Giovanni Gabrieli )
Canzon : La Padovana
(Ludovico Grossi Viadana)
Canzon XIV
(Giovanni Gabrieli ) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown: Giovanni Gabrieli
Violini: Giovanni Gabrieli
Unknown: Giovanni Gabrieli

: SIGN AND GROUND

A story for radio by Aidan Higgins
Read by Eithne Dunne
' Late one night, unable to turn my mind to sleep, I left my bed and began to wander about the draughty interior of this house, shining my bicycle lamp through banisters and along empty landings ...' Aidan Higgins , the young Dublin writer, has written a monologue in which an Irish spinster lady explores her house and her own mind.

Contributors

Unknown: Aidan Higgins
Read By: Eithne Dunne
Unknown: Aidan Higgins

: PIANO RECITAL

by Yury Boukoff

Sonata No. 9 - Prokofiev
Pieces espagnoles - Falla

Contributors

Unknown: Yury Boukoff

: CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE

by Lord Byron
Read by Stephen Murray
The Third Canto deals with Byron's impressions of the field of Waterloo, the Rhine, and the Alps.
Arranged by D. B. Bridson
: second broadcast

Contributors

Read By: Stephen Murray
Arranged By: D. B. Bridson

: CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Heather Harper (soprano) Sybil Michelow (contralto)
Lloyd Strauss-Smith (tenor) Edward Darling (tenor) John Cameron (baritone) Maurice Loban (viola) Alan Haiverson
(organ continuo)
BBC Chorus
St. Cecilia Orchestra
Leader, Lionel Bentley
Conductor, Trevor Harvey
Part 1
FLOS CAMPI, for viola, chorus, and

Contributors

Soprano: Heather Harper
Contralto: Sybil Michelow
Tenor: Lloyd Strauss-Smith
Tenor: Edward Darling
Baritone: John Cameron
Viola: Maurice Loban
Viola: Alan Haiverson

: INTERESTED PARTIES

by Norman Hunt Lecturer in Politics in the University of Oxford
Dr. Hunt discusses the place of pressure groups in the contemporary political scene in Britain in the light of the book Pressure Group: the Campaign for Commercial Television, by H. H. Wilson , to be published on Monday, July 17.

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Hunt
Television By: H. H. Wilson

: CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Part 2
TE DEUM. for soloists, semi-chorus,

: CALIGULA

by ALBERT CAMUS
Translated by Stuart Gilbert with Kenneth Haigh , Sian Phillips and Edgar Wreford with Madeline Blakeney and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Music composed and conducted by ROBERTO GERHARD
Produced by MICHAEL BAKEWELL
: second broadcast See also Monday at 8.0

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Camus
Translated By: Stuart Gilbert
Unknown: Kenneth Haigh
Unknown: Sian Phillips
Unknown: Edgar Wreford
Unknown: Madeline Blakeney
Conducted By: Roberto Gerhard
Produced By: Michael Bakewell
Caligula: Kenneth Haigh
Caesonia: Sian Phillips
Helicon: Edgar Wreford
Scipio: David Spenser
Cherea: John Dearth
The old Patrician: Heron Carvic
Mereia: Derek Birch
The Intendant: Blake Butler
First Patrician: Godfrey Kenton
Second Patrician: Rolf Lefebvre
Third Patrician: Charles Simon

: RECITAL

Norbert Brainin (violin) Nina Milkina (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Norbert Brainin
Piano: Nina Milkina

: Closedown









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