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: BEETHOVEN QUARTETS

played by The Lowenguth Quartet
Alfred Lowenguth (violin)
Maurice Fueri (violin)
Roger Roche (viola)
Pierre Basseux (cello)
Parti
String Quartet in F, Op. 18 No. 1
String Quartet In F minor, Op. 95

Contributors

Violin: Alfred Lowenguth
Violin: Maurice Fueri
Viola: Roger Roche
Cello: Pierre Basseux

: ' Living Writers '—10 ALDOUS HUXLEY by PETER QUENNELL

A weekly series of critiques in which one contemporary writer is examined by another, with illustrations from his work

: BEETHOVEN QUARTETS

Part 2
String Quartet in E minor, Op. 59.
No. 2

: SCIENCE SURVEY

In this week's programme Professor E. N. da C. Andrade introduces E. R. Davies , O.B.E., Director of Research to leading photographic manufacturers, who talks about ' The Latent Image'; and Professor J. H. Burn , F.R.S., will tell us What the Pharmacologist Does '

Contributors

Unknown: E. N. Da C. Andrade
Unknown: E. R. Davies
Unknown: Professor J. H. Burn

: SYMPHONY CONCERT

BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard)
Conducted by Charles Munch
Part 1

Contributors

Conducted By: Charles Munch

: 'THE POET AND HIS CRITIC'

A serial survey of some contemporary verse-3
The Poet: C. Day Lewis
The Critic : L. A. G. Strong
A sequence of four programmes is devoted to each Poet and Critic. The first comprises a number of poems selected by the Critic as an introduction. In the second, the Critic expresses his personal attitude to poetry, and his appreciation of the Poet. In the third, the Poet replies. The fourth programme, introduced also by the Critic, consists of further examples of the Poet's work, which they have chosen in collaboration
Presented by E. J. King Bull

Contributors

Presented By: E. J. King Bull

: SYMPHONY CONCERT

Part 2
(Music to the mystery play by d'Annunzio)
Margaret Field-Hyde . Myra Verney
(sopranos)
Maude Baker , Margaret Rolfe
(contrattos)
Valentine Dyall (narrator)
BBC Chorus
(Chorus Master. Leslie Woodgate )

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Field-Hyde
Sopranos: Myra Verney
Sopranos: Maude Baker
Sopranos: Margaret Rolfe
Narrator: Valentine Dyall
Chorus Master: Leslie Woodgate

: STUDIES IN INTERPRETATION AND STYLE'-5

In the first of his two illustrated talks, Max Rostal surveys the developments of violin playing
Max Rostal was a pupil of Carl Fiesch. who transmitted to him the particular tradition received from generation to generation from Schuppanzigh. a coil-temporary of Beethoven and the First Violin of the Razumovsky Quartet

Contributors

Unknown: Max Rostal
Unknown: Max Rostal
Unknown: Carl Fiesch.

: 'PETER GRIMES'

A reading by John Laurie from George Crabbe 's poem ' The Borough '

Contributors

Reading By: John Laurie
Unknown: George Crabbe

: BUSONI

(piano)
Choral Prelude: Nun freut euch. liebe Christen g'mein (Rejoice, Beloved Christians) (Bach-Buson)
Prelude and Fugue No. 1, in C (Bach) Nocturne in F sharp; Study in E minor. Op. 25 No. 5; Study in G flat, Op. 10, No. 5 (Chopin)
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 13 (Liszt) on gramophone records








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