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: HARPSICHORD MUSIC

by contemporary composers played by FRANK PELLEG

Contributors

Played By: Frank Pelleg

: THE UNITY OF THE LATE BEETHOVEN QUARTETS

An illustrated talk by DERYCK COOKE
Nottebohm, Bekker, and Marion Scott have established a thematic interconnection between the quartets Op. 132, 130, and 131. Deryck Cooke extends this idea to include Op. 127 and 135, and suggests that the material of all five quartets springs from two basic ideas. Second broadcast
Harold Tmscott replies to this point of view: March 19

Contributors

Talk By: Deryck Cooke
Unknown: Marion Scott
Unknown: Deryck Cooke
Unknown: Harold Tmscott

: WAYS OF FREEDOM

In a series of recorded interviews PHILIP O'CONNOR tries to discover what 'Freedom' means to certain individuals including
GEORGE BRAY , JOHN GRENVILLE
MRS. ROBERT HENREY
HUGH MACDIARMID , CLANCY SIGAL
FRED UHLMAN , EDITH YOUNG
Produced by DAVID THOMSON Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Philip O'Connor
Unknown: George Bray
Unknown: John Grenville
Unknown: Mrs. Robert Henrey
Unknown: Hugh MacDiarmid
Unknown: Clancy Sigal
Unknown: Fred Uhlman
Unknown: Edith Young
Produced By: David Thomson

: THE SATURDAY CONCERT

BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Leader, Hugh Maguire
Conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent
Part 1

Contributors

Leader: Hugh Maguire
Conducted By: Sir Malcolm Sargent

: EUROPE AND THE DEFENCE OF BRITAIN

A historical appraisal by NORMAN GIBBS
Chichele Professor of the History of War in the University of Oxford
Britain's military involvement with Europe, now made obvious through NATO, is not a product only of recent years. Although particularly true of the twentieth century, it has long been a condition of our national and imperial defence.

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Gibbs

: THE SATURDAY CONCERT

Part
Given before an Invited audience In BBC Studio 1. Maida Vale. London. Requests for tickets should be sent to [address removed] enclosing a stamped addressed envelope.

: Hallelujah Indians

Audry Butt, of the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, talks about the birth of a religion
Illustrated by recordings made during a year's stay with the Akawaio Indians of British Guiana. Second broadcast

Contributors

Speaker: Audry Butt

: SCHUBERT

JEANNETTE SINCLAIR (soprano) MARTIN ISEPP (piano)
Memnon
Das Rosenband
Dass sie hier gewesea Heimliches Lieben
Wehmuth
Die Rose
Auflosung
Das Madchen
Der Jiingling und der Tod Wiederschein
Am See
Willkommen und Abschted
† Third of four fortnightly programmes of Schubert's lesser-known songs
Last programme, by Janet Baker and Ernest Lush : March 24

Contributors

Soprano: Jeannette Sinclair
Piano: Martin Isepp
Programme By: Janet Baker
Programme By: Ernest Lush

: Closedown









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