A weekly review of the arts FRANK KERMODE reviews The Birthday King by Gabriel Fielding and The Tin Drum by Giinther Grass , and talks to GiiNTHER GRASS
ANTHONY THWAITE talks to Roy FULLER about his Collected Poems Introduced by GEORGE MACBETH
Given before an invited audience in the City Hall, Newcastle
THE LUKAS FOSS
Richard Dufallo (clarinet) Howard Coif (cello)
Charles DeLancey (percussion) Lukas Foss (piano) with Richard Levitt (counter-tenor)
GEORGE MALCOLM (harpsichord) CAPPELLA NOVOCASTRIENSIS
Conductor, FREDERICK HUDSON
tby ROGER SHARROCK
Reader in English,
University of Southampton
Mr. Sharrock discusses the relationship between poetry and the ' third world ' of technology which comes between the human world and the world of classical physics
Study III: (a) Interferences, for cello and clarinet; (b) Reactions, for piano, four hands
Madrigal, Dolcissima mia vita
Tickets may be obtained by applying to [address removed], enclosing a stamped addressed envelope.
Next week. from Bristol: Manoug Parikian and Lamar Crowson. Stravinsky Duo Concertant and Webern Violin Pieces Op. 7: Amadeus string Quartet. Mozart D major (K.499) and Schubert D minor
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