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Six programmes arranged by William Glock
2-Mozart
In this second talk William Glock says something about Mozart's reputation from his own day to ours, in an attempt to show what can be learnt from this, both about Mozart himself and about the various forces influencing criticism at different periods.
Next programme— 'Late Beethoven': May I

Contributors

Arranged By:
William Glock
Unknown:
William Glock

An account of Captain Toby Shandy 's great love for the widow Mrs. Wadman
Story told by Tristram Shandy Arranged by Peter Duval Smith from The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy , Gentleman ' by Laurence Sterne
Produced by Peter Duval Smith

Contributors

Unknown:
Captain Toby Shandy
Told By:
Tristram Shandy
Arranged By:
Peter Duval Smith
Unknown:
Tristram Shandy
Unknown:
Laurence Sterne
Produced By:
Peter Duval Smith
Uncle Toby:
Norman Shelley
Corporal Trim:
Bryan Powley
Tristram Shandy:
Alan Wheatley
Mistress Bridget:
Marjorie Westbury
Mrs Wadman:
Patience Collier
Walter Shandy:
Malcolm Graeme
Doctor Slop:
John Cazabon
Mrs Walter Shandy:
Mary Williams
Parson Yorick:
Edgar Norfolk

Milanese Quartets
No. 1, in A (K.A.212)
No. 2, in B flat (K.A.210) No. 3, in C (K.A.211)
No. 4, in E flat (K.A.213) played by the Barchet String Quartet:
Reinhold Barchet (violin)
Hermann Hirschfelder (violin)
Heinz Endres (viola)
Siegfried Barchet (cello)

Contributors

Violin:
Reinhold Barchet
Violin:
Hermann Hirschfelder
Viola:
Heinz Endres
Cello:
Siegfried Barchet

A comparison of the work of R. H. Tawney and Canon V. A. Demant by R. H. S. Crossman, M.P.
'Christianity and the Social Order' is the title of the last essay in The Attack, a collection of essays and papers by R. H. Tawney , published recently. R. H. S. Crossman discusses this essay in the course of a review of the Scott Holland lectures given some time ago by Canon V. A. Demant under the title 'Religion and the Decline of Capitalism.' Canon Demant's choice of title inevitably invites comparison with Tawney's earlier lectures 'Religion and the Rise of Capitalism.'
(The recorded broadcast of March 24)

Contributors

Unknown:
R. H. Tawney
Unknown:
Canon V. A. Demant
Unknown:
R. H. S. Crossman, M.P.
Unknown:
R. H. Tawney
Unknown:
Scott Holland

Alfred Deller (counter-tenor)
George Malcolm (harpsichord)
Songs:
Epithalamium; 0 lead me to some peaceful gloom (A Song in Bonduca); Hark how all things with one sound rejoice
Harpsichord:
Prelude in G minor; Almand In G minor: Corant in G minor; Prelude in G; Minuet in G
Songs:
Sweeter than roses; Not all my torments; Music for a while

Contributors

Unknown:
Alfred Deller
Harpsichord:
George Malcolm

Third Programme

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