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: 'THE ROOINEK'

by Herman Charles Bosman

Contributors

Unknown: Herman Charles Bosman

: MOZART and BARTOK

Ivry Gitlis (violin) Ernest Lush (piano)

: THE MISSING SPEECH IN HAMLET'

Talk by John Bamborough , Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford
Hamlet's character presents an tnlgina, the enigma of ' a man who could not make up his mind.' The Speaker argues that the solution lies m a speech missing from the normal text, and reconstructs the lost lines
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Contributors

Talk By: John Bamborough

: BACH

Concerto In G minor, for harpsichord and strings
Trio Sonata No. 3. in D minor
Concerto in A minor, for four harpsichords and string*
(Continued in next column)
George Malcolm , Boris Ord
Geraint Jones , Millicent Silver
(harpsichords)
Margaret- Cobb (organ)
A section of the London Chamber'Orchestra
(Leader, Andrew Cooper )
Conductor, Anthony Bernard
Seventh of eight programmes including Bach's keyboard concertos and trio sonatas

Contributors

Unknown: George Malcolm
Unknown: Boris Ord
Unknown: Geraint Jones
Harpsichords: Millicent Silver
Leader: Andrew Cooper
Conductor: Anthony Bernard

: 'THE FOOL'S SAGA'

by Rayner Heppenstall
Part 1
' The Story in the Shield '

: ALAN BUSH

Dialectic played by the Aeolian String Quartet on gramophone records

: ' THE FOOL'S SAGA'

Part 2
' Hamlet, King of Jutland'

: GOETHE CONCERT

Alice Schaffer (mezzo-soprano)
John Kentish (tenor) Gareth Morris (flute) Anthony Pini (cello) Gerald Gover (piano)
Helen Pyke and Paul Hamburger
(piano duet)
Desmond Dupr6 (guitar)
Frederick Stone (accompanist)

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Alice Schaffer
Tenor: John Kentish
Flute: Gareth Morris
Cello: Anthony Pini
Piano: Gerald Gover
Piano: Helen Pyke
Piano: Paul Hamburger
Accompanist: Frederick Stone

: SOCIETY PHYSICIAN-NEW STYLE

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

Contributors

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








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