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Eileen Poulter (soprano) Janet Baker (contralto) Philip Todd (tenor)
John Carol Case (baritone)
London Bach Society
Philip Jones Brass Ensemble Philip Jones (trumpet)
Arthur Wilson (tenor-trombone) John Hawling (tenor-trombone)
Gerard McElhone (bass-trombone) Virtuoso Ensemble
Ronald Waller (bassoon) Patrick Halling (violin) Robert Cooper (violin)
Gwvnne Edwards (viola) Willem de Mont (cello)
James W. Merrett (double-bass)
Conductor, Paul Steinitz
Ralph Downes (organ continue)
Es ging ein Samann aus, zu saen Cantio sacra No. 3:
Deus misereatur nostri
Hen ich hoffe darauf for soprano, contralto. and continuo
Symphonia sacra: Mein Sohn , warum hast du uns gethan?
Giovanni Gabrieli
Three Motets:
Passiontide: 0 Domine Jesu Christe Whitsun: Hodie complcti sunt
Christmas: 0 Jesu mi dulcissime
From the church of St. Mary Magdalene in Paddington


Soprano: Eileen Poulter
Contralto: Janet Baker
Tenor: Philip Todd
Baritone: John Carol Case
Tenor-Trombone: Arthur Wilson
Tenor-Trombone: John Hawling
Bass-Trombone: Gerard McElhone
Bassoon: Ronald Waller
Violin: Robert Cooper
Viola: Gwvnne Edwards
Double-Bass: James W. Merrett
Conductor: Paul Steinitz
Conductor: Ralph Downes
Unknown: Mein Sohn
Unknown: Giovanni Gabrieli
Unknown: Domine Jesu Christe


Arranged for radio by Micheal 0 hAodha from the story of the same name by SEUMAS O'KELLY
Mortimer Hehir , the weaver, has died and is to be buried. But where? As a young man he had bought his plot of earth in the graveyard of Cloon na Morav -now it cannot be found. Only three old men are left alive who would know the spot he had chosen for his last resting place.
Produced by JOHN GIBSON
Recorded in the studios of Radio Eireann: third broadcast


Unknown: Seumas O'Kelly
Unknown: Mortimer Hehir
Produced By: John Gibson
The Storyteller: Frank O'Dwyer
The Grave-diggers: Niall Tobin
The Grave-diggers: Eamonn Kelly
Micheal Lynskey the nail-maker: Harry Brogan
Cahir Bowes, the stone-maker: Thomas Studley
The Widow: Pegg Monahan
Nan Roohan: Maire O'Sullivan
Malachi Roohan the cooper: Arthur O'Suiiivan


Alexander Young (tenor) Barry Tuckwell (horn) Ernest Lush (piano)
Amadeus String Quartet Norbert Brainin Siegmund Nissel
Peter Schidlof , Martin Lovett with Cecil Aronowitz (viola)
Dennis Brain Wind Ensemble Gareth Morris (flute) Leonard Brain (oboe)
Stephen Waters (clarinet) Cecil James (bassoon) Barrv Tuckwell (horn) with Richard Walton (trumpet)
Alfred Flaszynski (trombone) John Wilson (tuba)
Ivor Beynon (accordion)
Conducted by Norman Del Mar
Part 1


Tenor: Alexander Young
Horn: Barry Tuckwell
Piano: Ernest Lush
Unknown: Peter Schidlof
Unknown: Martin Lovett
Viola: Cecil Aronowitz
Flute: Gareth Morris
Oboe: Leonard Brain
Clarinet: Stephen Waters
Bassoon: Cecil James
Horn: Barrv Tuckwell
Unknown: Richard Walton
Unknown: Alfred Flaszynski
Unknown: John Wilson
Accordion: Ivor Beynon
Conducted By: Norman Del Mar


by L. M. Loring
Jeremy Bentham 's business as a Utilitarian was to give advice. Miss Loring points out that he mistook his role and found himself- preaching morals.


Unknown: L. M. Loring
Unknown: Jeremy Bentham


Part 2
Recording of the THURSDAY INVITATION CONCERT Of May 19, 1960


Illustrated talk by Egon Wellesz
Egon Wellesz , who was Schoenberg's first biographer and lived in close contact with him in Vienna until the 'twenties, gives some personal reminiscences of Schoenberg during this time. BEC recording


Talk By: Egon Wellesz
Talk By: Egon Wellesz


Clavierstücke (D.946)
No. 2, in E flat; No. 3. in C
Sonata in G (D.894)
Six Landler (D.145)
No. 14. in D; No. 13, in A; No. 9. in D flat; No. 7, in D flat; No. 3. in A flat; No. 1. in E flat played by Alfred Kitchin (piano)
The first of three piano recitals including music by Schubert.


Piano: Alfred Kitchin

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