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Cabaret Passe

with Robyn Archer (vocals/guitars).
In a programme of songs on modern life, love, the poll tax and cruise missiles, one of Australia's most original talents defiantly re-invents the tradition of European cabaret. TREVOR ALLAN
(keyboards/vocals/ accordion)
LINDSAY COOPER (bassoon/sax)
ALEXANDER BALANESCU (violin)
0 See David Gillard , left
BBC Radio 3

Cabaret

Holland takes its pleasures seriously. It takes the Cabaret particularly seriously. It is included in the syllabus of many schools and Amsterdam has its own Academy of Cabaret Arts.
Wim Ibo traces the development of the Cabaret from its origins in the Parisian literary clubs of the 1890s to its unique position in Dutch showbusiness and introduces a performance by Paul Van Vliet in an ex cerpt from his one-man show, The Truth Behind the Dukes. Music by the ROB VAN KREEVELD QUARTET
BBC Radio 3

Poets' Cabaret

A programme of cabaret and revue songs presented by MARTIN ESSLIN
BBC Radio 3

The Art of Cabaret

During the 1920s and 30s
'serious' composers were drawn to the medium of the cabaret song, JILL GOMEZ (soprano) sings a selection, accompanied by JOHN CONSTABLE (piano). Records
BBC Radio 3

An Early Evening Cabaret

Feinstein Quartet Edward Shipley Cabaret
Claude Boiling Jazz Suite. BBC North
BBC Radio 3

Jill's Cabaret

Jill Gomez (soprano)
John Constable (piano)
Poulenc Banalites Koechlin Three Songs Weill Marie Galante
Britten Three Cabaret
Songs
Cole Porter The Laziest
Girl in Town; Miss Otis Regrets; The Physician Gershwin By Strauss; S'wonderful; Love
Walked In; Fascinating Rhythm
BBC Radio 3

New York Cabaret

Robert Cushman reviews the eighth annual convention held in the Town
Hall, Manhattan. He selects the best from among the hundreds of songs and performers. Each evening had a theme, among which were Lyrics on Several Occasions - a Celebration of Ira Gershwin; On the Sunny Side of the Street - the Lyrics of Dorothy Field ; Dancing in the Dark - the Words and Music of Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz ; and Happy Anniversary - an Appreciation of Some Classic Shows of the Broadway Season of 1947. The cabaret stars in full voice include
Julie Wilson , Annie Ross ,
Margaret Whiting , Richard Rodney Bennett and Andrea Marcovicci.
BBC Radio 3

Cabaret Cocktails

The third of four programmes in which Robert Cushman introduces classic cabaret recordings.
BBC Radio 3

Cabaret Cocktails

The second of four programmes in which Robert Cushman introduces classic cabaret recordings.
BBC Radio 3

Cabaret Cocktails

Four programmes in which Robert Cushman mixes classic cabaret recordings with a dash of comment. Producer Jonathan James-Moore
Next programme tomorrow 7pm
BBC Radio 3

Cabaret Cocktails

The last of four programmes in which Robert Cushman introduces classic cabaret recordings.
BBC Radio 3

Cabaret - Songs of the Jazz Era

Margaret Field (soprano) David Miller (piano)
Satie La diva de l'empire
Schoenberg Mahnung: Jedem das seine
Poulenc Violon
Roussel Jazz dans la nuit Weill September Song
Poulenc C'est ainsi que tu es; Fetes galantes
Eisler Lied der Kupplerin; Wienerlied Satie Je te veux
Gershwin The man I love; Fascinating rhythm
BBC Radio 3

Britten's Cabaret Songs

to words by W. H. Auden Tell me the truth about love' Funeral Blues; Johnny: Calypso
NORMA WINSTONE (soprano) COURTNEY KENNY (piano) Introduced by Donald Mitchell
BBC Radio 3

Britten's Cabaret Songs

to words by w. H. AUDEN Tell me the truth about love; Funeral Blues; Johnny; Calvpso
NORMA WINSTONE (soprano) COURTNEY KENNY (piano) Introduced by Donald Mitchell
BBC Radio 3

Continental Cabaret Chansons

Sixth of eight programmes I Threw Adelheid into the Danube
Love and its aftermath, sung by VANNI-MARCOUX. YVETTEGUILBERT.
MARLENE DIETRICH.
MAURICE CHEVALIER and YVONNE VALLEE ,
JEANNE MOREAU. HANS SCHOTT-
SCHOBINGER. MARIE DUBAS. EDITH PIAF , TERESA STRATAS and GEORG KREISLER
(sung in French and German) records
BBC Radio 3

Continental Cabaret Chansons

Seventh of eight programmes Patriots, Xenophobes, Exiles ... impersonated by JULIETTE GRECO. JACQUES BREL. BETOVE.
CLAIRE WALDOFF.
ALEXANDER GALITCH. HERMANN LEOPOLDI and BETYA A MILSKAY A. GEORG KREISLER , HELMUT QU ALTTNGER and GERHARD BRONNER
(sung in French, German, and Russian) records
BBC Radio 3

Continental Cabaret Chansons

Fourth of eight programmes
Sailors, the Sea, and 'the Bistrot in the Harbour'
With the COMEDIAN HARMONISTS
GEORGES BRASSENS. ARISTIDE BRUANT LES FRERES JACQUES.
CATHERINE SAUVAGE. AMALLA RODRIGUES LOTTE LENYA and LYS GAUTY (sung in French, English,
German and Portuguese): records
BBC Radio 3

Continental Cabaret Chansons

Second of eight programmes Musical Games
... played with Rossini, Strauss, Debussy, Richard Tauber , Verdi and Schubert by LES QUATRE BARBUS, BETOVE
THE DAJOS BELA BAND. KARL VALENTIN THE KATAKOMBEN-JUNGENS
LES FRÈRES JACQUES, and the VIENNESE KABARETT DER KLASSIKER , who sing the 'Grand March of the Minister of Public
Inauguration' (sung in French and German): records
BBC Radio 3

Continental Cabaret Chansons

First of eight programmes Drinking and Dancing
... from the Chat Noir in Montmartre to the Crocodile Bar on the River Nile, with ARISTIDE BRUANT. YVETTE GUILBERT
GERMAINE MONTERO. JACQUES BREL JULIETTE GRECO. ANNI MEWES
MARION PALFI. EVA BUSCH
ERNST VEREBES. HERMANN PREY and the COMEDIAN HARMONISTS (sung in French, Spanish and German) records
Producer JOHN THORNLEY






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