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A programme devised and introduced by Michael Tilmouth.
The rise of public concerts lured foreign musicians to London and radically changed musical life there.
Heather Harper (soprano)
Philomusica of London
(Leader, Granville Jones)
Directed from the harpsichord by Thurston Dart
(BBC recording)

Contributors

Devised and introduced by:
Michael Tilmouth
Soprano:
Heather Harper
Musicians:
Philomusica of London
Philomusica leader:
Granville Jones
Musical director/Harpsichordist:
Thurston Dart

by J.T. Dunlop, Professor of Industrial Relations at Harvard University.
A monthly series of talks on industrial affairs.

In his new book National Wages Policy in War and Peace, B.C. Roberts examines British wages policy in the light of foreign experience. Professor Dunlop believes that too much attention has been paid to wage rates in Britain and not enough to labour costs and earnings.
(BBC recording)

Contributors

Speaker:
J.T. Dunlop

The Hirsch String Quartet: Leonard Hirsch (violin), Albert Chasey (violin), Stephen Shingles (viola), Francisco Gabarro (cello)
Fourth of five programmes including string quartets by William Wordsworth.
Quartet in G minor, Op. 63: July 29

Contributors

Violinist (The Hirsch String Quartet):
Leonard Hirsch
Violinist (The Hirsch String Quartet):
Albert Chasey
Viola (The Hirsch String Quartet):
Stephen Shingles
Cellist (The Hirsch String Quartet):
Francisco Gabarro

Third Programme

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