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: CONCERT

GEOFFREY GILBERT (flute)
RICHARD TAYLOR (recorder)
CECIL JAMES (bassoon)
ROSEMARY GREEN (viola d'amore)
JOHN SHINEBOURNE (cello)
London BAROQUE ORCHESTRA Leader, Joshua Glazier
Conductor, KARL HAAS
NORMAN KAY
(harpsichord continuo)

Contributors

Flute: Geoffrey Gilbert
Cello: John Shinebourne
Leader: Joshua Glazier
Conductor: Karl Haas
Harpsichord: Norman Kay

: THE BARGAINERS

A series of wage negotiations is now taking place at Rolls-Royce I.td., Derby, and the final stages of these discussions between representatives of management and men are being recorded. The Rolls-Royce system of bargaining holds within it unique and important issues and concerns a key industry.
BRIAN BLAKE introduces the bargainers and their actual recordings, and discusses with them the nature and problems of trade union negotiations
Recorded in Derby and in the BBC's
Manchester studios: second broadcast

Contributors

Introduces: Brian Blake

: OTHMAR SCHOECK

Song-cycle: Elegy (poems by Lenau and Eichendorff)
Heinz REHFUSS (baritone)
VIRTUOSO ENSEMBLE Edward Walker (flute) Michael Dobson
(oboc and cor anglais) Sidnev Fell (clarinet) Wilfred Hambleton
(clarinet and bass-clarinet) Andrew McGavin (horn) Jack Lees (percussion) Cella Ariell (piano)
Patrick Hailing (violin) Ernest Scott (violin)
Gwynne Edwards (viola) Kenneth Essex (viola) Willem de Mont (cello)
Francisco Gabarro (cello) John Walton (double-bass)
Conducted by Jacques-Louis MONOD
Part 1

Contributors

Flute: Michael Dobson
Clarinet: Sidnev Fell
Clarinet: Wilfred Hambleton
Horn: Andrew McGavin
Horn: Jack Lees
Violin: Ernest Scott
Viola: Gwynne Edwards
Viola: Kenneth Essex
Cello: Willem de Mont
Double-Bass: John Walton
Conducted By: Jacques-Louis Monod

: GEOFFREY CHAUCER

by ELIZABETH SALTER
A poet whose skills and tastes can reasonably be compared with the ' miniature art of the later Middle Ages ... whose humour is rich and earthy.... and he is unique among medieval English poets in the drive and intensity of his mature imagination especially when concerned with human nature under great stress.
First of six weekly readings from ' The Canterbury Tales ': Tuesday at 9.50

Contributors

Unknown: Elizabeth Salter

: OTHMAR SCHOECK

Song-cycle: Elegy Part 2
Recording of the Thursday Invitation Concert on November 29. 1962

: THE POET'S VOICE

A selection of unpublished poems by BERNARD BERGONZI. HARVEY HALL CHRISTOPHER LEVENSON
ALAN MARSHFIELD
JONATHAN PRICE, PAUL ROCHE VERNON SCANNELL and ANTHONY THWAITE
Arranged and introduced by GEORGE MACBETH read by the poets themselves

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Bergonzi.
Unknown: Harvey Hall
Unknown: Christopher Levenson
Unknown: Alan Marshfield
Unknown: Paul Roche
Unknown: Vernon Scannell
Introduced By: George MacBeth

: INTERPRETATIONS ON RECORD

A monthly programme In which different interpretations on gramophone records are compared
DENIS MATTHEWS discusses Beethoven's
' Appassionata ' Sonata played by Edwin Fischer. Kempff, Petri. Richter, Schnabel, and others Second broadcast
Eric Sams discussing some of Wolf's songs: September 19

Contributors

Unknown: Denis Matthews
Played By: Edwin Fischer.
Unknown: Eric Sams

: HINDEMITH

Organ Sonata No. 2 (1937) played by E. POWER BIGGS organ of the Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard University on a gramophone record

Contributors

Played By: E. Power Biggs

: Closedown









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