Suite for oboe, violin, viola, and cello - Ivy Herbert (first performance)
Mosaic for piano duet - Maurice Jacobson (first broadcast performance)
Trio for violin, viola, and cello, in two moods - Francis Baines (first performance)
Piece for flute solo - Roberto Gerhard (first broadcast performance)
Suite for oboe and string trio - Roy Douglas
Planning for Welfare and Warfare by R. G. Hawtrey, c.B.
Professor Hawtrey is Price Professor of International Economics, Royal Institute of International Affairs, and was formerly Assistant Secretary to the Treasury
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