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: The Salzburg Festival ' DANTONS TOD' (' The Death of Danton ')

Parts 1 and 2 During the interval between Parts 1 and 2 William Glock gives a talk on the composer, Gottfried Einem

Contributors

Unknown: William Glock
Unknown: Gottfried Einem

: THE ORIGINAL AND THE TRANSLATION

Four Turkish poems: I walk burning,' by Yunus Emre ; 'In the Dawn,' by Ahmed Hasim ; ' Fair Youth going to the War,' by Orhan Veli ; ' If I had created myself,' by Bedri Rahmi
Read by Bulend Ecevit and Derek Patmore

Contributors

Unknown: Yunus Emre
Unknown: Ahmed Hasim
Unknown: Orhan Veli
Read By: Bulend Ecevit
Read By: Derek Patmore

: HENRY WOOD PROMENADE CONCERTS

BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
From the Royal Albert Hall, London

Contributors

Leader: Paul Beard
Conductor: Sir Adrian Boult

: WORKING-PARTY REPORTS

Their Significance to British Industry
J.' H. Richardson. Professor of Industrial Relations in the University of Leeds, and formerly a member of the diplomatic staff of the International Labour Office at Geneva, and (during the war) economic adviser to Bermuda, the Bahamas, and the Gold Coast, considers the general tenor of the reports that have been issued by the various working parties

Contributors

Unknown: H. Richardson.

: MENDELSSOHN and DOMENICO SCARLATTI

Piano music played by Kathleen Long
(The numbers of the Scarlatti sonatas are those given in the Longo Edition)

Contributors

Played By: Kathleen Long

: EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF MUSIC AND DRAMA

Ian Finlay discusses the attributes of Edinburgh as a festival centre

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Finlay








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