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: FAURE

Angus Morrison (piano)
Barcarolle No. 10. in A minor (Op. 104 No. 2)
Nocturne No. 11. in F sharp minor (Op. 104 No. 1)
Barcarolle No. U. In G minor (Op. 105)
Impromptu No. 4, in D flat (Op. 91)
Barcarolle No 12. in E flat (Op. 106)
Seventh of eight recitals of piano music by Fauré

Contributors

Piano: Angus Morrison

: A FUTURE FOR WESTERN EUROPE

Economic Frontiers by R. G. Hawtrey. C.B.
Next talk: May 9

Contributors

Unknown: R. G. Hawtrey.

: ' POLITE CONVERSATION'

by Dr. Jonathan Swift
Produced by D. G. Bridson
The Three Dialogues that make up Dean Swift's ' Polite Conversation' are intended to give satirical samples of the fashionably affected speech of the time. The cliches and catch phrases that they retail, however, make up a fascinating study of conversational usage in the Augustan Age

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. Jonathan Swift
Produced By: D. G. Bridson
Dean Swift: Richard Hurndall
Lord Sparkish: Ronald Simpson
Lord Smart: Antony Holies
Sir John Linger: Malcolm Hayes
Mr Neverout: Alan Wheatley
Colonel Atwit: Ivan Samson
Lady Smart: Sybil Arundale
Miss Notable: Joan Hodson
Lady Answerali: Grizelda Hervey

: A HISTORY IN SOUND OF EUROPEAN MUSIC

General editor, Gerald Abraham
10-Lutenist Songs and the Consort of Viols
Introduced by Alec Robertson

Contributors

Unknown: Gerald Abraham
Introduced By: Alec Robertson

: CHRISTIANITY AND HISTORY

Christianity as a Historical Religion
Last of a series of six lectures by Herbert Butterfield
Professor of Modem History in the University of Cambridge
The lectures have been given on Saturdays at this time before an invited audience in the Council Chamber, Broadcasting House, London This lecture will be printed in The Listener '

: CONCERT OF CZECH MUSIC

Philharmonia Orchestra
(Leader, Leonard Hirsch)
Conducted by Rafael Kubelik
Part 1

Contributors

Leader: Leonard Hirsch
Conducted By: Rafael Kubelik

: ' POETRY OF THE PRESENT'

Giles Romilly reviews Geoffrey Grigson's recently published anthology of contemporary poetry

Contributors

Unknown: Giles Romilly
Unknown: Geoffrey Grigson

: ' SONGS OF INNOCENCE'

by William Blake
Read by Loris Somerville

Contributors

Unknown: William Blake
Read By: Loris Somerville

: PAGANINI

Six Caprices for unaccompanied violin (Op. 1) played by Campoli

Contributors

Played By: Campoli








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