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Yfrah Neaman (violin)
Wilfrid Parry (piano)
The Virtuoso Ensemble
Conducted by Michael Gielen PART 1


Piano: Wilfrid Parry
Conducted By: Michael Gielen


A group of programmes on the historical element in the gospel records
3: What did Jesus sayT by G. B. Caird
Senior Tutor at Mansfield College. Oxford
Whether the gospels present a reliable account of the formal teaching as well as the informal conversation of Jesus is one of great complexity.
The Rev. G. B. Caird surveys some of the major problems involved and indicates what conclusions be would himself support.
February 12: What did Jesus say? (2) by Professor J. Jeremias , of Goettingen


Unknown: G. B. Caird
Unknown: Rev. G. B. Caird
Unknown: Professor J. Jeremias


Chamber Concerto for violin, piano, and thirteen wind instruments
Next tpeek: Tallis's Lamentations; Haydn's Quartets in B minor, Op. M
No. 2, and D major, Op. 71 No. 2;
Webern's String Quartet; Hindemith's Bassoon Sonata. Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford, conductor, Bernard Rose ;
English String Quartet; Gwydion Brooke and Wilfrid Parry


Conductor: Bernard Rose
Unknown: Gwydion Brooke
Unknown: Wilfrid Parry


by TED HUGHES with music by Alexander Goehr
With the Melos Ensemble directed by the composer
Alfred Lynch is appearing in ' A Midsummer Night's Dream ' at the Royal Court Theatre, London
To be repeated on February 17
See page 42


Unknown: Ted Hughes
Music By: Alexander Goehr
Production By: Douglas Cleverdon
Unknown: Alfred Lynch
1059521 Private Ripley, J: Alfred Lynch
Sergeant Massey: Deryck Guyler
The Queen: June Tobin
The Women: Diana Olsson
The Women: Barbara Mitchell
The Women: Pauline Wynn,
The Women: Janette Richer
The Girl: Penny Morrell
Joe Moss: William Eedle
Jennings: Jonathan Scott
Baldwin: Eric Phillips

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