Echo Fantasy (Sweelinck)
Variations on Da Jesus an dem
Kreuze stund (Scheidt) on gramophone records
This programme was played on the Compenius Organ at Frederlksborg Castle near Copenhagen.
A dramatic script by E. J. King Bull from the novel by Hugh Edwards
Incidental music composed and directed by John Hotchkis (Continued in next column)
At Mr. Stanyhurst's:
Eric Anderson. John Cazabon
Malcolm Graeme , Charles Leno Geoffrey Matthews. John Sharp and Brian Wilde
Production by E. J. King Bull
Lyric drama in three acts
Libretto by Giuseppe Adami and Renato Simoni
Music by Puccini
Chorus and Orchestra of Radio Italiana, Rome
(Chorus-Master. Nino Antonellini )
CONDUCTED BY NINO SANZOGNO
The action takes place in Peking in legendary times
Outside the walls of the imperial palace
Scene I: A pavilion in the palace
Scene 2: The square outside the palace
Scene 1: The palace gardens, near Turandot's apartment
Scene 2: Outside the palace
A review by Gustave Reese
Volume 2, the first volume of this new series to be published, covers early medieval music up to 1300.
Gustave Reese is Professor of Music in the University of New York.
Unpublished poetry chosen and introduced by lain Fletcher
Bernard Spencer. Robert Garloch and Constantine Trypanis
Anthony Jacobs. Duncan McIntyre
Gordon Watson (piano)
The Leighton Lucas Orchestra
(Leader, Ronald Good)
Conductor, Leighton Lucas
A series of five talks
3—' Nationalism' in Multi-Racial Societiesby Ronald Robinson, Ph.D.
Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge
Some of the most severe difficulties in the path of emergence towards ' independence within the Commonwealth * are to be found in multi-racial territories. Dr. Robinson considers in particular the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, and Kenya, and he also reflects on the position within the Commonwealth of the Union of South Africa.
The Wigmore Ensemble:
Geoftrey Gilbert (flute) Frederick Riddle (viola)
William Pleeth (cello) with Janet Craxton (oboe) Michael Dobson (oboe)
Peter Newbury (cor anglais)
A portrait by Sir Max Beerbohm
This talk, in which Sir Max gives his reminiscences of the novelist, was recorded by him in his villa at Rapallo.
The Basil Lam Sonata Ensemble
The first of two talks commemorating the death of John Selden in 1654 by J. W. N. Watkins
Lecturer in Political Science at the London School of Economics
Selden, who inscribed the phrase ' liberty above all things ' inside aU the books in his library, made it also his first concern as a lawyer. In this talk Mr. Watkins considers the nature of Selden's regard for the rule of law, the constant and settled laws of this kingdom, without which we have nothing.'
(The recorded broadcast of Nov. 30)
Second talk: Wednesday at 11.5