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: THE THURSDAY INVITATION CONCERT

Cornelius Cardew and John Tilbury (two pianos)
Allegri String Quartet Eli Goren , James Barton ,
Patrick Ireland, William Pleeth
PART 1
Given before an invited audience in BBC Studio 1, MAIDA VALE, LONDON. Tickets may be obtained hy applying to [address removed] enclosing a stamped addressed envelope. See page. 46

Contributors

Unknown: Cornelius Cardew
Unknown: John Tilbury
Unknown: Eli Goren
Unknown: James Barton
Unknown: William Pleeth

: UNEXEMPLARY ISLAND

by Tibor Mende
On a visit to Puerto Rico M. Mende found that the United States regarded the island as an example suitable for under-developed countries to follow.
He questions this view in the light ot his own experience of such countries.

Contributors

Unknown: Tibor Mende
Unknown: Puerto Rico M. Mende

: THE THURSDAY INVITATION CONCERT

PART 2
Beethoven's Variations in E fiat; Chansons madecasses by Ravel, first performance of Mass by Roger Sessions;
Trio No. 31, in G by Haydn; Debussy
Syrinx, and Monteverdi's Madrigals Guerrieri

: A CITY'S MYSTIC BODY

Third of six programmes devoted to the verse of JOHN DONNE
Alan Wheatley reads the I and IV Satires
Introduced by Rayneir Heppenstall
A Bracelet of Bright Hair: Nov. 30

Contributors

Unknown: John Donne
Unknown: Alan Wheatley
Introduced By: Rayneir Heppenstall

: CHRISTUS, DER 1ST MEIN LEBEN

Cantata No. 95 by Bach Ursula Buckel (soprano) Ernst Haefliger (tenor) Kieth Engen (bass) Munich Bach Choir
Ansbach Festival Chamber Orchestra
Conductor, Karl Richter
Recorded from the Bach Festival at Ansbach and broadcast by courtesy of Bayerische Rundfunk.
Cantatas Nos. 70 and 76 recorded from the Ansbach Festival: December 1

Contributors

Soprano: Bach Ursula Buckel
Tenor: Ernst Haefliger
Bass: Kieth Engen
Conductor: Karl Richter








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