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Eli Goren (violin)
Peter Wallfisch (piano)
Andrew Gold (tenor) Ernest Lush (piano)
Concert Piece, for violin and piano
(first broadcast performance)
Song-Cycle: To Poetry
Invocation; Sonnet, Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?.; Tears; Timor mortis; Epilogue
(The first work is recorded)
Matyas Seiber 's Concert Piece, his most recent composition, was completed early this year and is dedicated to Tibor Varga. It is a fantasy in one movement, divided into various sections.

Contributors

Violin:
Eli Goren
Piano:
Peter Wallfisch
Unknown:
Matyas Seiber
Unknown:
Tibor Varga.

A discussion between
Kenneth Galbraith
Professor of Economics
In the University of Harvard and Michael Beesley. Ph.D.
Lecturer in Commerce
In the University of Birmingham
In his book American Capitalism Professor Galbraith criticised the orthodox approach to monopoly and competition and suggested that the price of a product is more often determined by the relative bargaining power of buyer and seller than by the degree of competition. The speakers discuss some of the limitations of this theory of countervailing power, together with its relevance to anti-monopoly legislation.

Contributors

Unknown:
Kenneth Galbraith
Unknown:
Michael Beesley.

Third Programme

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