Prelude and Fugue in G minor
Herr Gott , lass dich erbarmen
Warr Gott nicht mit uns diese Zeit (Hanff)
(Sweelinck) played by FLOR PEETERS on the organ of St. Michael's Church, Zwolle on a gramophone record
in conversation with ROY FULLER
Ever since 1919, when Arthur Waley published the first volume of his translations of Chinese poetry, his name has been associated with Chinese and Japanese literature. His original poems and the influence he has exerted on English verse are less known.
In conversation with Roy Fuller.
Arthur Waley talks about his life. his work. and his literary friends.
Poems read by ARTHUR WALEY and GARY WATSON
Trio in E flat major, Op. 3 played by the ITALIAN STRING TRIO Franco Gulli (violin)
Bruno Giuranna (viola)
Amedeo Baldovino (cello)
The first of four programmes in which the Italian String Trio plays all Beethoven's String Trios
by MICHAEL Edwardes
Back from a visit to India, made since Mr. Nehru's death, Michael Edwardes. the writer on Indian affairs, who during his visit interviewed many political leaders. including the new Prime Minister, reports on the political climate and considers some of the problems facing the new Government.
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