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: THE SATURDAY CONCERT

† ARTUR BALSAM (piano)
HAYDN ORCHESTRA
Leader, Joshua Glazier
Conductor, HARRY NEWSTONE
Part 1

Contributors

Piano: Artur Balsam
Leader: Joshua Glazier

: PROSPECT OF A GARDEN

RUSSELL PAGE, the garden designer, tells how he deduces a man's inner mind from his garden, and how order is the key to a satisfying garden
Second of three talks

: CONCERT

Part 2

: THREE OUTCASTS

by LESLIE DAIKEN
Johnny Fortycoats , Mad Mary , and Doctor Fattle roamed the streets of Dublin forty years ago. Leslie Daiken , one of a gang of children who used to persecute them, remembers them now in a different light and
Jane Barrett , Alan Barry Peggy Butt , Olive Gregg Denys Hawthorne Patricia Leventon and Melanie Daiken
Produced by DAVID THOMSON Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Leslie Daiken
Unknown: Johnny Fortycoats
Unknown: Mad Mary
Unknown: Leslie Daiken
Unknown: Jane Barrett
Unknown: Alan Barry
Unknown: Peggy Butt
Unknown: Olive Gregg
Unknown: Denys Hawthorne
Unknown: Patricia Leventon
Unknown: Melanie Daiken
Produced By: David Thomson
Narrators: Mary O'Farrell
Narrators: Jack Cunningham
Mad Mary: Sally Travers
Dr Fattle: Brian O'Higgins

: INVITATION CONCERT

given on Thursday, April 13, 1961 DOROTHY Dorow (soprano) with THE MELOS ENSEMBLE
Richard Adeney (flute)
Christopher Taylor (flute) Gervase de Peyer (clarinet) Stephen Trier (bass-clarinet) Emanuel Hurwitz (violin) Ivor McMahon (violin) Cecil Aronowitz (viola) Terence Weil (cello)
Lamar Crowson (piano) Directed by JOHN CAREWE VALERIE TRYON (piano) Stravinsky
Three pieces for string quartet
Two Poems of Balmont, for voice and instrumental ensemble
The Flower; The Dove Schumann
Humoreske, for piano
Stravinsky
In Memoriam Raoul Duty, for string quartet
Japanese Lyrics, for voice and instrumental ensemble

Contributors

Soprano: Dorothy Dorow
Flute: Richard Adeney
Flute: Christopher Taylor
Clarinet: Gervase de Peyer
Bass-Clarinet: Stephen Trier
Violin: Emanuel Hurwitz
Violin: Ivor McMahon
Viola: Cecil Aronowitz
Cello: Terence Weil
Piano: Lamar Crowson
Directed By: John Carewe
Piano: Valerie Tryon

: THE FINAL SOLUTION

A conversation between
ColonelG. I. A. D. DRAPER
Lecturer in the Faculty of Laws, King's College, University of London and GEORGE MACBETH
The speakers discuss the mentality of the S.S. concentration camp officials which made them obey even the most appalling orders. At the time they speak of-1946-Colonel Draper was an officer serving in War Crimes Group, North West Europe, which was concerned with the prosecution of war criminals in the British Occupation Zone of Germany Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: G. I. A. D. Draper
Unknown: George MacBeth

: BACH

Choral Partita: Sei gegrusset,
Jesu giitig
Two Schubler Chorale Preludes:
Wachet auf, ruft uns die
Stimme Kommst du nun, Jesu, vom
Himmel
Toccata. Adagio, and Fugue in C major played by HELMUT WALCHA organ of St. Laurens, Alkmaar on a gramophone record

Contributors

Played By: Helmut Walcha

: MUSIC FROM TIBET

Two illustrated talks by PETER CROSSLEY-HOLLAND
2: Folk and Occasional Music Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Crossley-Holland

: Closedown









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