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Conductor, Ian Whyte


Conductor: Ian Whyte


Talk by Claude Bourdet , Editor Of Combat.


Talk By: Claude Bourdet


Piano Sonata in E. Op. 14 No. 1 Piano Sonata in C minor. Op. Ill played by Solomon
Last of a series of programmes In which all Beethoven's piano sonatas have been played.


Played By: Solomon


L. J. Witts , Nuffield Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of Oxford, reviews Dr. J. L. Halliday 's recently published book, ' Psychosocial Medicine, a Study of the Sick Society'


Unknown: L. J. Witts
Unknown: Dr. J. L. Halliday


Poem by Colette
Music by Ravel
Orchestra and Choirs of Radiodiffusion Francaise
Conducted by Ernest Bour Producer, Francois Agostini on gramophone records


Conducted By: Ernest Bour
Producer: Francois Agostini
The child: Nadine Sautereau
His mother: Denise Scharley
The Chinese cup: Denise Scharley
The dragonfly: Denise Scharley
An animal: Denise Scharley
The armchair: André Vessières
A tree: André Vessières
The Louis XV Chair: Solange Michel
The squirrel: Solange Michel
Grandfather clock: Yvon Le Marc'Hadour
The tom cat: Yvon Le Marc'Hadour
An animal: Yvon Le Marc'Hadour
The teapot: Joseph Peyron
The frog: Joseph Peyron
An animal: Joseph Peyron
The fire: Odette Turba-Rabler
The nightingale: Odette Turba-Rabler
The princess: Martha Angelicl
The little old man: Maurice Prigent
The lady cat: Marguerite Legouhy
The bat: Claudine Verneuil
An animal: Claudine Verneull

: Felix Aylmer in The Pope's Monologue from THE RING AND THE BOOK '

by Robert Browning


Unknown: Robert Browning


Trevor Anthony (bass)
Frederick Stone (accompanist)
David Martin (violin)
Neville Marriner (violin)
Max Gilbert (viola)
Robert Masters Piano Quartet
Terzetto in C. Op. 74, for two violins and viola
Biblical Songs. Book 2:
Hear my prayer, 0 Lord By the waters of Babylon Turn thee to me
I will lift mine eyes unto the hills Sing ye a joyful song
Piano Quartet in D, Op. 23
Second of a series of eight concerts of music by Dvorak


Bass: Trevor Anthony
Accompanist: Frederick Stone
Violin: David Martin
Violin: Neville Marriner
Viola: Max Gilbert


Talk by Rhoda Sutherland
This talk, first broadcast on March 29, introduced the present series of readings from René Hague's translation of the twelfth-century poem


Talk By: Rhoda Sutherland

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