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An act of justice by Rayner Heppenstall
with Elisabeth Leighton, Basil Jones and Virginia Winter
The music attributed to Vinteuil and the piano sonata played by Michael Head
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
If Proust's long novel, A La Recherche du Temps Perdu, can be said to have a villain, it is the young violinist, Charles Morel. Yet he was clearly very gifted, and after the First World War he was regarded with universal respect. It is conceivable that Marcel's view of him was biased and even vindictive.


Rayner Heppenrtall
Michael Head
Jacques Brunius
Young Morel:
Charles Hodgson
Arthur Collinson:
Martin Starke
M de Charlus:
Heron Carvic
Anthony Jacobs
Mme Verdurin:
Betty Hardy
M Verdurin:
Richard Williams
Professor Brichot:
Geoffrey Wincott

Festino nella sera del giovedi grasso avanti cena
A madrigalian comedy composed in 1608 sung by the Linden Singers
Conductor, William Llewellyn
Adriano Banchieri , the seventeenth
™tu?y Italian composer, organist, and Century scholar, wrote his Festino to be performed ' before supper on the Thursday of Carnival Week.' As can be guessed from the title, the work is m the main a merry one, consisting of various gay, segmental, and humorous madrigals with a brief description before each of the delwhts to follow. It ends with an exhortation for all to return after supper for further entertainment by the singers.


William Llewellyn
Adriano Banchieri

Two talks by R. Melzack , Ph.D.
Department of Psychology,
University College, London
I-On Limbs and Cultures
Dr Melzack, a physiological psychologist has for some years been interested in the subject of pain and its perception. In this talk he argues that pain is much more than the mind's recognition of an injurious stimulus.


R. Melzack

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