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: ALKAN

Studies in the major keys, Op. 35
No. 7, in E flat (L'incendie au village voisin); No. 3. in G; No. 8, in A flat; No. 12, in E played by Robert Collet (piano)
Third of four programmes of piano works by Alkan

Contributors

Piano: Robert Collet

: THE HEALTH OF SOCIETY

' The Life Behind the Figures ' by Major Greenwood, F.R.S.
Professor Emeritus of Epidemiology and Vital Statistics in the University of London
Second of a collection, of talks occasioned by the National Insurance and National Health Service Acts, the centenary of public health in this country, and the centenary of the Institute of Actuaries
Next talk: August 20

: JOHANN SCHOBERT

Concerto in G for harpsichord and orchestra played by Ruggero Gerlin with the Paris Conservatoire Chamber Orchestra
Conducted by Gustave Cloez on gramophone records

Contributors

Played By: Ruggero Gerlin
Conducted By: Gustave Cloez

: THE END OF INFLATION IN GREAT BRITAIN

Two independent statements :
1-T. Balogh
Fellow of Balliol College, and Lecturer in Economics, Oxford
2—G. L. Schwartz
Financial Correspondent of the Sunday Times

Contributors

Unknown: G. L. Schwartz

: THE UNKNOWN WARRIOR'

by Paul Raynal
English version by Cecil Lewis

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Raynal
Unknown: Cecil Lewis

: CHAMBER MUSIC

Flora Nielsen (mezzo-soprano)
Josephine Lee (accompanist)
Martin String Quartet

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Flora Nielsen
Accompanist: Josephine Lee

: ALEX COMFORT

talks about criticism and tradition in contemporary poetry

: TELEMANN

Trio-Sonata played by. the Feltkamp Trio

: RETURN TO YUGOSLAVIA

Talk by Phyllis Auty , Lecturer in the History of South-Eastern Europe, London University, School of Slavonic Studies

Contributors

Talk By: Phyllis Auty








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