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: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

ANDRE TCHAIKOWSKY (piano) CITY OF BIRMINGHAM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Leader, John Georgiadis Conductor, HUGO RIGNOLD
Part 1
Symphonic Poem: Don Juan
Strauss
5.18* Piano Concerto in D minor (K.466) Mozart

Contributors

Leader: John Georgiadis

: LAW IN ACTION

The Bleak House and the Stuffy Restaurant by R. N. GOODERSON
Fellow of St. Catharine's College, Cambridge
Your landlord or the man who sold you your house lives next door. What rights have you over his property apart from those expressly stipulated for in the conveyance?
Second broadcast

: * CONCERT

Part 2
Symphony No. 3 (1963)
Robert Simpson first broadcast performance
Last of three concerts including the three symphonies of Robert Simpson

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Simpson
Unknown: Robert Simpson

: THE NEGRO IN AMERICA

Negro Writing Today
A discussion on the problems confronting the Negro writer in America, between
JAMES BALDWIN , ALICE CHILDRESS LANGSTON HUGHES , LeRoi JONES and D. G. BRIDSON
Recorded in New York
Funnyhouse of a Negro: Dec. 10 followed by an Interlude at 7.30

Contributors

Unknown: James Baldwin
Unknown: Alice Childress
Unknown: Langston Hughes
Unknown: Leroi Jones
Unknown: D. G. Bridson

: LASSUS

Mass: Puisque j'ai perdu Penitential Psalm No. 7:
Domine, exaudi orationem meam sung by THE MARTINDALE SIDWELL CHOIR
Conductor, MARTINDALE SIDWELL
From St. George-the-Martyr, Queen Square, London
The sixth of seven programmes of music by Lassus. Last programme: December 19

: THE STUDY OF ENGLISH PAINTING

by BASIL TAYLOR and TERENCE MULLALY
A conversation occasioned by the forthcoming Winter Exhibition at the Royal Academy, Painting m England 1700-1850, and by the recent creation of the Paul Mellon Foundation for British Art.
Basil Taylor is art historian and Director of the Foundation; Terence Mullaly , art historian and art critic of the Daily Telegraph.

Contributors

Unknown: Basil Taylor
Unknown: Terence Mullaly
Unknown: Basil Taylor
Unknown: Terence Mullaly

: THE BALCONY

by Jean Genet translated by BERNARD FRECHTMAN with Mary Morris
Peter Wyngarde , Eric Barker June Tobin , Peter Woodthorpe ' We've reached the point at which we can no longer be actuated by human feelings. Our function will be to support, establish, and justify metaphors.'
Cast in order of speaking:
Photographers, wounded men, and members of the crowd: Hamlyn Benson , Gordon Faith, Timothy Harley , Leroy Lingwood , and Stephen Thorne
Produced and adapted for radio by JOHN TYDEMAN
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Genet
Translated By: Bernard Frechtman
Unknown: Mary Morris
Unknown: Peter Wyngarde
Unknown: Eric Barker
Unknown: June Tobin
Unknown: Peter Woodthorpe
Unknown: Hamlyn Benson
Unknown: Timothy Harley
Unknown: Leroy Lingwood
Unknown: Stephen Thorne
Unknown: John Tydeman
The Bishop: Eric Barker
Irma: Mary Morris
Carmen: June Tobin
Rosine: Valerie Kirkbright
The Thief: Cecile Chevreau
The Judge: Peter Woodthorps
Arthur, executioner: Gabriel Woolf
The General: Rolf Lefebvre
The Girl: Rosalind Shanks
Chief of Police: Peter Wyngarde
Georgette: Cecile Chevreau
Chantal: Rachel Herbert
Roger: Patrick Barr
Armand: David Spenser
Luke: William Fox
Louis: Roger Snowdon
Mark: Peter Marinker
Court Envoy: Denys Blakelock
The Slave: Eric Anderson

: JEAN BARRAQUI

Sequence
ETHEL SEMSER (soprano) YVONNE Loriod (piano) CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Conducted by RUDOLF ALBERT on a gramophone record

Contributors

Soprano: Ethel Semser
Piano: Yvonne Loriod
Conducted By: Rudolf Albert

: THE NEWS

: Closedown









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