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: RUSSIAN SONGS

Zbigniew Krukowski (baritone)
Rex Stephens (piano) Tchaikovsky
I opened the window; Once I sat with you; At the ball; None but the weary heart; To the forest
Mussorgsky
The grave; Song of the flea: Tell me, star, where art thou?; By the River Don; King Saul sung in Russian

Contributors

Baritone: Zbigniew Krukowski
Piano: Rex Stephens

: A QUESTION OF HISTORICITY

A group of programmes on the historical element in the gospel records
1: The relevance of historicity
A discussion between T. A. ROBERTS , Lecturer in Historical Theology at the University College of North Staffordshire (Keele) and H. E. W. TURNER , van Mildert Professor of Divinity, University of Durham
Christianity claims to be, in a unique sense, a ' historical religion,' grounded in the historicity of a person and the ' happenedness ' of particular events. In this group of programmes a number of New Testament scholars exchange views in the light of modern criticism of the documents and their contents, about the status of the gospels as an historical record of Jesus' teaching and the events of his life.
See page 26

Contributors

Unknown: T. A. Roberts
Unknown: H. E. W. Turner

: SONATA FORM OF WORDS

A script for music by JEAN MORRIS with music by Elizabeth Poston Fantasia in Sonata Form on the love-life of a music teacher. Shall she marry the first subject or the second subject-or will there be a twist in the Coda?
Ad hoc chorus directed by Douglas Robinson Pianists:
Elizabeth Poston and Wilfrid Parry Produced by Michael BAKEWELL

Contributors

Music By: Jean Morris
Music By: Elizabeth Poston
Directed By: Douglas Robinson
Pianists: Elizabeth Poston
Produced By: Michael Bakewell
Mary: Marjorie Westbury
Jack Merrion: Douglas Storm
Michael: Geoffrey Matthews
Schoolboys: Edward Seckerson
Schoolboys: Anthony Reese
Schoolboys: Roger Shepherd
Schoolboys: Malcolm Ranson
Schoolboys: Michael Lewis
Schoolboys: Kenneth Goodge
The Coda: Geoffrey Wright

: BRITTEN AND SCHUMANN

played by the Dartington String Quartet Colin Sauer (violin) Peter Carter (violin) Keith Lovell (viola)
Michael Evans (cello)
First of a series of programmes including contemporary British chamber music

Contributors

Violin: Colin Sauer
Violin: Peter Carter
Viola: Keith Lovell
Cello: Michael Evans








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