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: - MOSCHELES

Piano Concerto in G minor played by GERHARD PUCHELT with the Beromunster RADIO Orchestra
Conducted by ERICH SCHMID
Recording made available by courtesy of the Swiss Broadcasting Service. Radio Berne

Contributors

Played By: Gerhard Puchelt
Conducted By: Erich Schmid

: MEDIAEVAL PEOPLE

5: Cardinal Zabarella by WALTER ULLMANN
Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge
At the beginning of the fifteenth century the Church made a determined effort to restore unity to the Papacy and to control the Pope. The most subtle and far-seeing thinker behind the scenes of the Council of Constance was Cardinal Zabarella.
Second broadcast

: THE SHEPHERD'S CALENDAR

by John Clare
July
A reading by HUGH DICKSON and Basil Jones from the second version of the poem as published by Taylor. Edited by Eric Robinson and Geoffrey Summerfield
Introduced by ERIC ROBINSON

Contributors

Unknown: John Clare
Reading By: Hugh Dickson
Reading By: Basil Jones
Edited By: Eric Robinson
Edited By: Geoffrey Summerfield
Introduced By: Eric Robinson

: PROKOFIEV AND BEETHOVEN

played by the Kroll String Quartet William Kroll (violin) William Stone (violin)
Harry Zaratzian (viola)
Avron Twerdowsky (cello)

Contributors

Violin: William Kroll
Violin: William Stone
Viola: Harry Zaratzian
Cello: Avron Twerdowsky

: THE INSOLUBLE ISSUE

by Wayland Young ,
Editor of Disarmament and Arms Control
Mr. Youmf, who speaks in the House of Lords on defence and disarmament, and is rapporteur to the W.E.U. Defence Committee, has recently visited the Strategic Air Command Headquarters in the United States.
He draws on these experiences to argue against the proposed multilateral force of nuclear weapons which. he believes, not only will hinder an East-West detente but also is creating unprecedented political differences within the Western Alliance.

Contributors

Unknown: Wayland Young

: SCHUBERT

Die Winterreise
PETER PEARS (tenor)
Benjamin BRITTEN (piano)
Gute Naeht ; Die Wetterfahne; Gefror'ne Tranen; Erstarrung; Der Lindenbaum: Wasserflut; Auf dem Flusse; Riickblick; Irrlicht; Rast; Fnihlingstraum: Einsamkeit; Die Post: Der greise Kopf; Die Krahe; Letzte H off mints; 1m Dorfe: Der stiirmische Morgen ; Tauschuns; Der Wegweiser; Das Wirtshaus ; Mut; Die Nebensonnen; Der Leiermann
Second broadcast

Contributors

Piano: Benjamin Britten
Piano: Gute Naeht
Unknown: Das Wirtshaus

: KEYBOARD INSTRUMENTS

at the Brussels Conservatoire
MICHAEL THOMAS introduces and plays a regal, an early organ, a 1580 Italian virginals, a Haas clavichord and harpsichord
This is the first of two programmes by Michael Thomas about the collection of keyboard instruments at the Brussels Conservatoire. They wiU be followed by three recitals.
Recorded In collaboration with the Belgian Broadcasting Service

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Thomas

: THE NEWS

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