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A weekly review of the arts
This edition is devoted to
Some Predictions for 1963
LAURENCE KITCHIN Eric RHODE and T. G. ROSENTHAL discuss forthcoming trends in the theatre, the cinema, and the visual arts
Introduced by GEORGE MACBETH

Contributors

Unknown:
Laurence Kitchin
Unknown:
Eric Rhode
Unknown:
T. G. Rosenthal
Introduced By:
George MacBeth

Bach
The Art of Fugue prepared for performance by LEONARD ISAACS played by Members of the ENGLISH CHAMBER Orchestra William Bennett
(flute and bass flute) Sidney Sutcliffe
(oboe and cor anglais)
Edward Selwyn (oboe d'amore) Martin Gatt (bassoon) Deirdre Dundas-Grant (bassoon)
Kenneth Sillito (violin)
Raymond Keenlyside (violin) Quintin Ballardie (viola) Bernard Richards (cello) Anita Laskcr (cello)
Stuart Knussen (double-bass)
Directed from the harpsichord by GEORGE MALCOLM
Part 1
Contrapuncti I-VI; Canon by inversion and augmentation; Contrapunetus VII; Canon at the octave; Contrapunctus VIII

Contributors

Unknown:
Leonard Isaacs
Flute:
William Bennett
Oboe:
Sidney Sutcliffe
Oboe:
Edward Selwyn
Bassoon:
Deirdre Dundas-Grant
Violin:
Kenneth Sillito
Violin:
Raymond Keenlyside
Viola:
Quintin Ballardie
Cello:
Bernard Richards
Double-Bass:
Stuart Knussen

by FR. MICHAEL O'DWYER
What Vatican Council II hopes to achieve is nothing less than a renewal of the Church, and in this it resembles the Council of Trent. Yet renewal did not come then-nor will it come now-through conciliar decrees. Efficiency and good intentions are not enough ' to undo the damage of the sixteenth century.' There is a price to be paid-and it will take saints to pay it

Contributors

Unknown:
Fr. Michael O'Dwyer

Bach
Trie Art of Fugue
Canon at the twelfth; Contrapunctus IX: Canon at the tenth: Contrapunctus X; Contrapunctus XII (rectus and Inversus); Contrapunctus XIII (rectus and inversus); Contrapunctus XI
Given before an Invited audience In the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London. Requests for tickets should be sent to [address removed], enclosing a stamped addressed envelope.

An illustrated talk by ANDRZEJ Panufnik ,
Szymanowski is generally regarded as the greatest Polish composer after Chopin. Andrzej
Panufnik, who knew the composer during the last years of his life, discusses his stylistic development and offers an assessment of his stature. Second broadcast

Contributors

Talk By:
Andrzej Panufnik

Third Programme

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