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: A TASTE OF MADELEINE

A search for the real memories of a Marseilles childhood by Kay Cicellis who revisited the city of her birth after an absence of twenty-five years with Gladys Young as Mme. Arsenl and Martina Mayne as The author
Music composed and played by JOHN BECKETT Produced by DAVID THOMSON Third broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Kay Cicellis
Played By: John Beckett
Produced By: David Thomson
A grandmother: Cecile Ciievreau
A lady: Ilona Ference
A child: Olive Gregg
Simone: Janette Richer
Georges: Douglas Storm
Kostia: Andrew Irvine
Sophie: Olive Gregg
Miquette: Cecile Chevreau

: WEBERN

MARY THOMAS (soprano)
ERNEST LUSH (piano)
BASSETTO Trio
Georgina Dobree (basset-horn) Thea King (basset-horn)
Michael Whewell (basset-horn)
Louis LEFF
(clarinet and E flat clarinet)
THEA KING (clarinet)
WILFRED HAMBLETON
(clarinet and bass clarinet)
Michael KREIN (saxophone)
DAVID MARTIN (violin)
WILFRID PARRY (piano)
Part 1

Contributors

Soprano: Mary Thomas
Piano: Ernest Lush
Basset-Horn: Georgina Dobree
Basset-Horn: Michael Whewell
Clarinet: Louis Leff
Clarinet: Thea King
Clarinet: Wilfred Hambleton
Clarinet: Michael Krein
Violin: David Martin
Piano: Wilfrid Parry

: THE ACHIEVEMENT OF WEBERN

ALEXANDER GOEHR suggests that the entire development of Webern's music should be regarded as an attempt to reconstruct the language of music after the crisis of expressionism

Contributors

Unknown: Alexander Goehr

: WEBERN

Part 2
Fourth of a series including music by Webern. other 20th-century composers, and the first Viennese school

: REFLECTIONS ON THE MOSCOW-PEKING SCHISM

A group of four talks
3: How it Looks from Peking by EDGAR SNOW
The Chinese viewpoint in the dispute with Moscow is discussed by the American writer whose personal acquaintance with Mao Tse-tung and other Chinese Communist leaders goes back to the 'thirties, and who recently paid another visit to Peking. Second broadcast








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