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Quintet in G, Op. 60 No. 6 played by the Qutntetto Boccherini:
Arrigo Pelliccia (violin) Guldo Mozzato (violin) Renzo Sabatini (viola) Nerio Brunelli (cello) Arturo Bonucci (cello) on gramophone records

Contributors

Violin:
Arrigo Pelliccia
Violin:
Guldo Mozzato
Viola:
Renzo Sabatini
Cello:
Nerio Brunelli
Cello:
Arturo Bonucci

Talk by Peter Laslett
Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge It is to early seventeenth-century England that the historian looks for the origins of our twin achievements: modern constitutional government and the settlement of English-speaking societies' overseas. Mr. Laslett talks about two books dealing with these movements : The King's Peace by C. V. Wedgwood , and The English People on the Eve of Colonisation by Wallace Notestein.
(The recorded broadcast of March 6)

Contributors

Talk By:
Peter Laslett
Unknown:
C. V. Wedgwood
Unknown:
Wallace Notestein.

('The Flying Dutchman')
A romantic opera by Richard Wagner
(sung in German) sailors, spinning girls
Chorus and Orchestra of the Bayreuth Festival
(Chorus-Master, Wilhelm Pitz )
Conducted BY HANS KNAPPERTSBUSCH
Producer, Wolfgang Wagner
Scene 1 : A rocky stretch of the Norwegian coast
Scene 2: A large room in Daland's house Scene 3: An inland creek by Daland's house
(This opening performance of the Bayreuth Festival is broadcast by courtesy of Bayerischer Rundfunk, Munich)

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Wagner
Chorus-Master:
Wilhelm Pitz
Conducted By:
Hans Knappertsbusch
Producer:
Wolfgang Wagner
Daland, a Norwegian seaman:
Ludwig Weber
Senta, his daughter:
Astrid Varnay
Erik, a hunter:
Wolfgang Windgassen
Mary, Senta's nurse:
Luise Willer
Daland's steersman:
Josef Traxel
The Dutchman:
Hermann Uhde

Hubert Wellington went up to the Slade School of Fine Art in 1899, after some three years at the schools of art of Gloucester and Birmingham. He talks about some of the students who were at the Slade School at that time—such as Augustus John , William Orpen , and Wyndham Lewis-and his teachers, Henry Tonks and Wilson Steer.
(The recorded broadcast of April 23)

Contributors

Unknown:
Augustus John
Unknown:
William Orpen
Unknown:
Wyndham Lewis-And
Unknown:
Henry Tonks
Unknown:
Wilson Steer.

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