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: INDIAN CLASSICAL MUSIC

Last of four programmes recorded at last year's Edinburgh International Festival introduced by PETER CROSSLEY-HOLLAND
Raga Ahir-Bhairav
RAVI SHANKAR (sitar)
Ali AKBAR KHAN (sarod) ALLA RAKHA (tabla)
Recorded at the Freemasons' Hall. Edinburgh, on September 2. 1963

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter Crossley-Holland
Introduced By: Raga Ahir-Bhairav
Unknown: Ravi Shankar
Unknown: Ali Akbar Khan

: EVIL IN THE ENGLISH NOVEL

Four talks by ANGUS WILSON based on his Northcliffe lectures at London University
3: Outside the Central Tradition
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Angus Wilson

: EARLY ORGAN MUSIC

Diferencias sobre el canto del caballero iCabezon)
Magnificat secundi toni
(Scheldt)
Balletto del Granduca
(Sweelinck)
Dance Suite (anon.) played by FINN VIDERO Compenius organ,
Frederiksborg Castle, Denmark on a gramophone record

: THE WITNESSES

or Things Are Almost
Back to Normal by Tadeusz Rozewicz translated and adapted by ANN CZERNIAWSKI and ADAM CZERNIAWSKI with Donald Pleasence , Nigel Stock and John Moffatt
This play by the Polish poet Tadeusz Rozewicz (born 1921) deals with the subject of the instability of our world-East as well as West -and is made up of three parts only related in theme, rather like the movements of a sonata.
Special effects by the BBC Radlophontc Workshop
Produced by MARTIN Esslin
Donald Pleasence Is in Poor Bitos' at the Duke of York's Theatre
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Tadeusz Rozewicz
Adapted By: Ann Czerniawski
Unknown: Adam Czerniawski
Unknown: Donald Pleasence
Unknown: Nigel Stock
Unknown: John Moffatt
Unknown: Tadeusz Rozewicz
Produced By: Martin Esslin
Produced By: Donald Pleasence
He: Gabriel Woolf
She: Isabel Rennie
Wife: Nicolette Bernard
First Man (Husband): John Moffatt
Second Man: Donald Pleasence
Third Man: Nigel Stock

: THE SATURDAY CONCERT

SHURA CHERKASSKY (piano)
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Leader, Hugh Maguire
Conducted by Franz-Paul Decker
Part 1

Contributors

Leader: Hugh Maguire
Conducted By: Franz-Paul Decker

: SOUTH-EAST ASIA IS DIFFERENT

Second of two talks by SAUL ROSE
Western policy-makers, says Dr. Rose. have hitherto regarded South-East Asia as an extension of the area of the cold war. In these talks he suggests that this is an incorrect view and puts forward some alternative and, he thinks, more realistic ideas.
Postponed from April 5

Contributors

Unknown: Saul Rose

: THE SATURDAY CONCERT

Part 2
Recorded in BBC Studio 1, Maida
Vale, London. Applications for tickets for future concerts, enclosing a stamped addressed envelope. should be sent to [address removed]

: RICHARD STRAUSS

NORMAN DEL MAR , who has published the first part of his study of Strauss, talks to JOHN Amis about this composer, the centenary of whose birth falls this year

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Del Mar

: SCHUBERT

Memnon
Das Rosenband
Dass sie hter gewesen
Willkommen und Abschied
Wehmuth
Die Rose
Der J√ľngling und der Tod
JEANNETTE SINCLAIR (SOpraOOl MARTIN ISEPP (piano)
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Jeannette Sinclair
Piano: Martin Isepp

: THE NEWS

: Closedown









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