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: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

BBC SCOTTISH ORCHESTRA
Leader, Peter Gibbs
Conducted by HEINZ UNGER

Contributors

Leader: Peter Gibbs
Conducted By: Heinz Unger

: SOUTH LIGHT

An enquiry among some of the Australian painters in London by Francis Watson
Tho.se taking part:
CHARLES BLACKMAN. ARTHUR BOYD DAVID BOYD , LAWRENCE Daws
LEONARD FRENCH, JOHN HOWLEY
Roy DE MAISTRE , TONY UNDERHILL and BRETT WHITELEY
Narrator, FRANCIS WATSON
Produced by MAURICE BROWN Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Watson
Unknown: Charles Blackman.
Unknown: Boyd David Boyd
Unknown: Lawrence Daws
Unknown: John Howley
Unknown: Roy de Maistre
Unknown: Tony Underhill
Narrator: Brett Whiteley
Narrator: Francis Watson
Produced By: Maurice Brown

: INVITATION CONCERT

GRAYSTON BURGESS (counter-tenor)
THE PURCELL SINGERS
Members of the ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA with VIOLA TUNNARD (harpsichord)
RALPH DOWNES (organ)
Conducted by IMOGEN HOLST
DOROTHY DOROW (soprano)
SUSAN BRADSHAW
(piano and celesta)
CORNELIUS CARDEW (guitar)
JAMES BLADES
STEPHEN WHITTAKER THOMAS BLADES
CHARLES FLETCHER
ERIC ALLEN. DAVID JOHNSON CHARLES DONALDSON (percussion)
MARGARET MAJOR (viola)
JENNIFER WARD CLARKE (cello) STUART KNUSSEN (double-bass)
Conducted by LUIGI NONO
Continued in next column
Part 1
Monteverdi
Laetatus sum Ego flos campi
Christe Redemptor omnium Dallapiccola
Quattro liriche di
Antonio Machado
Nono Canciones a Guiomar
(words by Antonio Machado ) Recording of the Thursday Invitation Concert given on February 28

Contributors

Conducted By: Imogen Holst
Soprano: Dorothy Dorow
Piano: Susan Bradshaw
Guitar: Cornelius Cardew
Unknown: Stephen Whittaker
Unknown: Thomas Blades
Unknown: Charles Fletcher
Unknown: Eric Allen.
Unknown: Johnson Charles Donaldson
Cello: Jennifer Ward Clarke
Double-Bass: Stuart Knussen
Conducted By: Luigi Nono
Unknown: Antonio MacHado
Unknown: Nono Canciones
Unknown: Antonio MacHado

: ARTHUR SCHOPENHAUER

by F. C. COPLESTON, S.J.
Energy, strife, conflict, in fact Will is the secret of any world we know. How can man free himself from the bondage of desire and incessant striving? Father Copleston's, estimate of Schopenhauer's philosophy accompanies Patrick Gardiner 's book on Schopenhauer, lately published in a paperback edition.

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Gardiner

: INVITATION CONCERT

Part 2
Andrea Gabrieli
Angelus Domini descendit
Giovanni Gabrieli Plaudite
Nono Canciones a Guiomar a second performance
Schutz Herzlich lieb hab' ich
Ach Herr, Du Schopfer Lobe den Herren

Contributors

Unknown: Andrea Gabrieli
Unknown: Angelus Domini
Unknown: Giovanni Gabrieli

: MEDTNER

HAROLD TRUSCOTT discusses
Medtner's stylistic personality and introduces records of Medtner playing his Sonata Tragica

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Truscott

: FROM ATTILA THE HUN TO THE MIGHTY SPARROW

A Calypso Carnival that spans the years 1931-1956 with visits to THE LION, THE CARESSER, and other calypsonians from Trinidad
The calypsos selected and introduced by V. S. NAIPAUL Second broadcast

Contributors

Introduced By: V. S. Naipaul

: Closedown









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