Two independent statements:
Author of ' Factors in German History,' and a specialist on the history of the Roman Catholic Church
2-A. C. F. Beales
Author of ' The Catholic Church and International Order '
Introduced by R. B. McCallum , Lecturer in Political Science at the University of Oxford
Conducted by Bernard Rose
Carl Dolmetsch (recorder)
Donald Bridger (cor anglais)
Nathalie Dolmetsch (bass viol)
Michael Howard (organ)
Devised and introduced by Dom Angelm Hughes , O.S.B.
Opera in three acts and five scenes by Gluck
Chorus of the Vienna State Opera
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Herbert Karajan
Produced by Oskar Fritz Shuh
From Salzburg, in the American-controlled Zone of Austria. (By courtesy of Rot Weiss Rot Network)
The tomb of Eurydice in Thessaly
(Continued in next column)
. Scene 1: The entrance to Tartarus
Scene 2: The Elysian Fields
Scene 1: A wild region
Scene 2: The temple of Amor
(There is an interlude of about fifteen minutes between each act)
Amor, the god of love:
D.S.O., LL.D., F.R.S. on his retirement from the Directorship of the Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations
The broadcast includes Sir John's address to the meeting on ' Food, the Foundation of World Unity.' and extracts from the responses made by representatives of the organisations holding the meeting. These are Humanity, Federal Union, National Peace Council, World Citizenship Movement, Liaison Committee for World Government, Engineers' Study Group on Economics, International Friendship League, and Crusade for World Government (British Parliamentary Committee)
(Recordings made earlier this evening at the Royal Society of Arts)
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