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: The Third Stream

William Russo, an active figure in the growth of third stream jazz, surveys its development and discusses its artistic aims.
The programme includes recordings of music by Gunther Schuller, John Lewis, and Russo himself.


Speaker: William Russo


of Sophocles translated by C. A. TRYPANIS with Margaret Whiting
Music specially composed and conducted by JOHN HOTCHKIS Chorus directed by Colette King Produced by VAL GIELGUD


Translated By: C. A. Trypanis
Unknown: Margaret Whiting
Conducted By: John Hotchkis
Directed By: Colette King
Produced By: Val Gielgud
The Tutor: Carleton Hobbs
Orestes: Michael Gough
Electra: Margaret Whiting
Clytaemnestra: Elizabeth Morgan
Aegisthus: Malcolm Hayes
Clytaemnestra: Mary Wimbush
Chorus: Shirley Cooklin
Chorus: Sheila Grantgrant
Chorus: Diana Olsson
Chorus: Olsson Paton
Chorus: Eva Stuart
Chorus: Meg Wynn Owen


DOROTHY Dorow (soprano)
MAUREEN LEHANE (contralto)
ANTHONY JENNINGS (bass clarinet)
Fifth of a series Including music bv Webern. other 20th-century composers. and the first Viennese school First of three programmes including Webem's Cantatas: May 13


Contralto: Maureen Lehane
Flute: Douglas Whittaker
Clarinet: Colin Bradbury
Violin: Hugh Maguire
Cello: Kenneth Heath
Piano: Ernest Lush


A group of four talks
4: Moscow-Peking and the West
How far has the Sino-Soviet dispute affected the international balance?
JOHN MIDGLET , Foreign Editor of the Economist, reviews the various prospects for the West Second broadcast


Unknown: John Midglet

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