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: D'INDY

Symphony No. 2, in B flat played by the BBC Scottish Orchestra
Conductor, Ian Whyte

Contributors

Conductor: Ian Whyte

: ' PROBLEMS OF SOCIALIST ENGLAND'

Christopher Hollis reviews the book by Bertrand de Jouvenel

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Hollis
Book By: Bertrand de Jouvenel

: TWELVE-NOTE MUSIC

Geoffrey Gilbert (flute)
Arthur Ackroyd (tiute piccolo)
Alec Whitaker (oboe)
Peter Newbury (cor anglais) Frederick Thurston (clarinet)
Frank Hughes (E flat clarinet)
Wilfred Hambleton (bass clarinet)
(Continued in next column)
John Alexandra (bassoon)
Vernon Elliott (contra-bassoon)
Emil Borsdorf (horn) Alfred Cursue (horn)
Harold Jackson (trumpet) J. B. Howells (trombone) Desmond Dupré (guitar)
Eynard Romano (mandolin)
Frederick Grinke (violin)
London String Trio: Maria Lidka (violin)
Watson Forbes (vioia) Vivien Joseph (cello)
Jeanne Manchon-Theiss (piano) Conducted by Norman Del Mar
Part 1
Introductory talk written by Erwin Stein read by Norman Del Mar . with illustrations including Fugue in B minor by Bach, and Variations (Serenade. Op. 24) by Schonberg

Contributors

Flute: Geoffrey Gilbert
Flute: Arthur Ackroyd
Oboe: Alec Whitaker
Oboe: Peter Newbury
Clarinet: Frederick Thurston
Clarinet: Frank Hughes
Bass: Wilfred Hambleton
Bassoon: John Alexandra
Bassoon: Vernon Elliott
Horn: Emil Borsdorf
Horn: Alfred Cursue
Horn: Harold Jackson
Unknown: J. B. Howells
Guitar: Desmond Dupré
Guitar: Eynard Romano
Violin: Frederick Grinke
Violin: Maria Lidka
Violin: Watson Forbes
Cello: Vivien Joseph
Piano: Jeanne Manchon-Theiss
Conducted By: Norman Del Mar
Written By: Erwin Stein
Read By: Norman Del Mar

: LETTER FROM PARIS

The Paris Conference
Talk by Raymond Aron , political and diplomatic correspondent of Figaro.

Contributors

Talk By: Raymond Aron

: TWELVE-NOTE MUSIC

(Concert continued)
First of two concerts of twelve-note music, devised by Erwin Stein
Before an invited audience in the Concert Hall. Broadcasting House, London

Contributors

Unknown: Erwin Stein

: W. B. YEATS

A Dublin Portrait
Features of the poet, as reflected in the flow of Dublin conversation
Drawn from recordings recently made by Mrs Yeats , Anne Yeats Maud Gonne MacBride Iseult Stuart . Nora MacGuinnesa
Miss Macnie , Frank O'Connor
Lennox Robinson , Richard Best John Eglinton , Sean MacBride
Sean O'Faolain , Austen Clarke
Brinsley Macnamara , R. M. Smyille
Arthur Hanna , Dossy Wright Framed by Fred O'Donovan
Edited by W. R. Rodgers and produced by Maurice Brown

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs Yeats
Unknown: Anne Yeats
Unknown: Maud Gonne MacBride
Unknown: Iseult Stuart
Unknown: Nora MacGuinnesa
Unknown: Miss MacNie
Unknown: Frank O'Connor
Unknown: Lennox Robinson
Unknown: Richard Best
Unknown: John Eglinton
Unknown: Sean MacBride
Unknown: Sean O'Faolain
Unknown: Austen Clarke
Unknown: Brinsley MacNamara
Unknown: R. M. Smyille
Unknown: Arthur Hanna
Unknown: Dossy Wright
Unknown: Fred O'Donovan
Edited By: W. R. Rodgers
Produced By: Maurice Brown

: SCHUBERT PIANO DUETS

Allegro moderato and Andante March in E flat. Op. 51 No. 3 Fantasy in F minor played by Helen Pyke and Paul Hamburger
First of three recitals

Contributors

Played By: Helen Pyke
Played By: Paul Hamburger

: M. DE ST. GERMAIN

An Eighteenth-Century Enigma by George Edinger

Contributors

Unknown: George Edinger

: DUNSTABLE AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES

Pro Musica Antiqua Ensemble
Director, Safford Cape

: YEATS AND THE THEATRE

Talk by Frank O'Connor

Contributors

Talk By: Frank O'Connor








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