from the Cheltenham Festival
Conducted by ALAN G. MELVILLE
RALPH Kirkpatrick (harpsichord) Part 1
In the beginning Copland contralto, Sybil Michelow
8.16' Harpsichord Sonatas
F minor (L.473) F minor (L.189)
B flat major (Ls35) B flat major (L.39) D minor (L.343) D major (L.361) D major (L.109)
8.43* Song of the Sun. Searle
BBC commission: first performance
A weekly review of the arts
David Rudkin whose first play, Afore Night Come, is being revived at the Aldwych Theatre in conversation with JOHN BOWEN whose first stage play, tore you Mrs. Patterson, was recently presented in the West End
by Brigid Brophy
A contemporary novelist considers the work of one of the leading writers of the twenties End thirties
Illustrated with examples drawn from his novels read by Richard BEBB
GARY WATSON , ALAN WHEATLEY
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