Third of six programmes illustrating the career of Nikos Skalkottas
This programme exemplifies the diverging paths of Skalkottas and Hindemith around 1940
Bassoon Sonata Skalkottas first broadcast performance in this country
5.30* Quartet for clarinet, violin, cello, and piano
WILLIAM WATERHOUSE (bassoon) GEORGE HADJINIKOS (piano)
Gervase de Peyer (clarinet) Emanuel Hurwitz (violin) Terence Weil (cello)
Lamar Crowson (piano)
Skalkottas and Schoenbera: November 19
ERNA SPOORENBERG (soprano) MAUREEN LEHANE (contralto)
ALFRED DELLER (counter-tenor) RICHARD LEWIS (tenor)
RAIMUND HERINCX (baritone) AMBROSIAN SINGERS
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz
ALAN HARVERSON (organ)
HAROLD LESTER (harpsichord) KEITH HARVEY (cello)
ADRIAN BEERS (double-bass) Conducted by CHARLES MACKERRAS
Second of three conversations. in New York, on the Presidential Election campaign in the United States
The speakers this evening, and in the third conversation to be broadcast on Thursday, are ERWIN D. CANHAM Editor of the Christian Science Monitor and SAMUEL LUBELL political and public opinion analyst
Third talk: Thursday, 8.35 p.m.
Dan Jacobson the novelist and short story writer considers the effect his early years in South Africa had upon his development as a writer
Broadcast In the Home Service In the series ' Writers on Themselves.
See also Thursday at 8.10 p.m. (Home Service)
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