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from Berlioz to the present day
11-Bizet, Chausson, and Ravel on gramophone records
Part 1
Pastorale; Chanson d'avril (Bizet)
Maggie Teyte (soprano)
Gerald Moore (piano)
Chanson perp├ętuelle (Chausson)
Maggie Teyte (soprano)
The Blech String Quartet
Gerald Moore (piano)

Contributors

Soprano:
Maggie Teyte
Piano:
Gerald Moore
Soprano:
Maggie Teyte
Piano:
Gerald Moore

A topical programme on the arts, literature, and entertainment including:
Archibald Colquhoun on Ippolito Nievo 's novel Le Confessioni di un Ottuagenario, recently translated by Lovett F. Edwards under the title The Castle of Fratta.

Contributors

Unknown:
Archibald Colquhoun
Unknown:
Ippolito Nievo
Translated By:
Lovett F. Edwards

in eighteenth-century Britain
A programme devised and introduced by Charles Cudworth
Haydn Orchestra
(Leader. Leonard Friedman )
Conductor, Harry Newstone
Charles Spinks
(harpsichord continuo)
In eighteenth-century Britain concert symphonies were often known as overtures and were identical in form with theatre overtures.

Contributors

Introduced By:
Charles Cudworth
Leader:
Haydn Orchestra
Leader:
Leonard Friedman
Conductor:
Harry Newstone
Harpsichord:
Charles Spinks

by Max Gluckman
Professor of Social Anthropology in the University of Manchester To what extent in Britain does kinship regAate family and community life? Professor Gluckman believes that, though it does so less than in tribal societies, it has important consequences particularly in the relationship between husbands and wives. He speaks about research in this field, in particular Family and Kinship in East London by Michael Young and Peter Willmott , published recently.

Contributors

Unknown:
Max Gluckman
Unknown:
Michael Young
Unknown:
Peter Willmott

Third Programme

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