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In Nomine Players:
Maxwell Ward (viola pomposa)
Michael Mitchell (quinton)
Desmond Dupre (tenor viol)
Dennis Nesbitt (viola da gamba)
James Christie (cello)
Ambrosian Singers
Conductor, Denis Stevens
Programme devised and introduced by Denis Stevens
Music divine; Too much I once lamented; Our hasty life
Alman a 4 Was ever wretch tormented?; How great delight
Pavan in A minor, a 5 Oft did I marie; 0 let me live for true love; 0 let me die for true love
[n Nomine a 3 Adieu, ye city-prisoning towers: Sure there is no god of love; When I observe those beauty's wonderments

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Mitchell
Tenor:
Desmond Dupre
Viola:
Dennis Nesbitt
Cello:
James Christie
Conductor:
Denis Stevens
Introduced By:
Denis Stevens

by Geoffrey Sawer
Professor of Law in the Australian National University
Commenting on Sir Ivor Jennings 's recently published study Constitutional Problems in Pakistan, Professor Sawer points to the use made by the Pakistani judges-in resolving the crisis of 1954-5 --of the specific technique and sources of the English common law. ' Thus we have the spectacle, extraordinary to many laymen, of Chief Justice Munir tracing the authority of Governor-General Ghulam Mohammad back to Wessex and King Arthur.'

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoffrey Sawer
Unknown:
Sir Ivor Jennings
Unknown:
General Ghulam Mohammad

Correspondence between Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hof mannsthal translated and introduced by Hanns Hammelmann
Reader, Leslie Stokes
The ' workshop' correspondence between Strauss and von Hofmannsthal offers an almost unique opportunity to follow in every detail the making of six major works which have become classics of the opera stage. Of these, Ariadne auf Naxos (to be broadcast tomorrow from Glyndebourne) was written during a troubled period in the collaboration between composer and librettist.

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Strauss
Unknown:
Hugo von Hof
Duced By:
Hanns Hammelmann
Reader:
Leslie Stokes

Third Programme

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