This is Philip Thornton's fifth talk on the orchestra, and today he will deal with instruments such as the cimbalom, piano, clavichord, and harpsichord. His talk in a fortnight's time will conclude this series.
Danced by Maude Lloyd.
followed by "After Supper"
A Revue with The Aspidistras, Maude Lloyd and Antony Tudor, and Elizabeth French, Dudley Jones, Irene Prador, Lionel Solomon (Flautist of the Television Orchestra)
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