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: ROLAND DE LASSUS

Chansons sung by the M. Couraud Vocal Ensemble
Dessus le marché d'Arras 0 mère des amours O vin en vigne
Bonjour, bonjour (Marot)
La nuict froide (du Bellay) Hélas. quel jour
Suzanne un jour (Sommaire) Scais-tu dir' l'Ave? on gramophone records

: ' THE SOULS '

Talk by Lady Violet Bonham Carter
Some of the finest spirits of the late Victorian and early Edwardian days were to be found among the group of friends who were nicknamed ' The Souls.' Most of them were distinguished men and women in public life-the group centred around Arthur Balfour. In this talk Lady Violet Bonham Carter , whose step-mother Lady Oxford was a member of ' The Souls,' recalls her memories of them as a circle of brilliant, gay friends. loyal in affection and unrivalled as conversationalists. She describes a society whose light was extinguished when the first World War brought an end to an era marked by intellectual and social brilliance

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Talk By: Lady Violet Bonham Carter
Unknown: Arthur Balfour.
Unknown: Lady Violet Bonham Carter

: HAYDN

Piano Sonata No. 27, In G
Piano Sonata No. 28, in E flat played by Margaret Good
(The sonatas are numbered according to the Breitkopf collected edition of Haydn's works)
Fifteenth recital in series: December

Contributors

Played By: Margaret Good

: 'PARADISE LOST'

A poem in twelve books by John Milton
Book 6
Music composed by Elizabeth Poston
Production by Douglas Cleverdon

Contributors

Unknown: John Milton
Composed By: Elizabeth Poston
Production By: Douglas Cleverdon
Satan: Dylan Thomas
The Father: Dennis Arundell
The Son: Robert Speaight
Raphael: John Laurie

: ' TWO VIEWS ON RUSSIA

Talk by Marjorie Villiers
Quotations read by David Lloyd James and Christopher Pemberton

Contributors

Talk By: Marjorie Villiers
Read By: David Lloyd James
Read By: Christopher Pemberton

: ALBERT ROUSSEL

The Leighton Lucas Orchestra
Conductor, Leighton Lucas
Pierre Foumier (cello)
Petite Suite, for chamber orchestra
Concertino. for cello and small orchestra
Concerto, for small orchestra Le Festin de 1'Araignee

Contributors

Unknown: Leighton Lucas
Conductor: Leighton Lucas
Cello: Pierre Foumier

: ' ROMAN BRITAIN'

A broad survey of some of the most striking relics left here by the Roman occupation
Written and produced by Jenifer Wayne
The main items are: a typical military site. a civil settlement, a villa, a road, and a collection of some smaller finds-from harnesses to hair-pins
The romantic excavator of the eighteenth century is compared with his scientific counterpart of today. There is a brief account of modern archaeological methods (including air photography) and of some of the work that has been done on bombed areas since the war

Contributors

Produced By: Jenifer Wayne

: MARCEL DUPRE

(organ)
From St. Mark's, North Audley Street








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