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: CHAMBER MUSIC

Aeolian String Quartet:
Alfred Cave (violin)
Leonard Dight (violin) Watson Forbes (viola)
John Moore (cello)
Cyril Smith and Phyllis Sellick
(two pianos)
(The suite by Milhaud is recorded)

Contributors

Violin: Leonard Dight
Viola: Watson Forbes
Cello: John Moore
Cello: Cyril Smith
Cello: Phyllis Sellick

: THE ART CRITICISM OF BAUDELAIRE

Baudelaire's Critical Outlook and Vocabulary
First of two talks by Douglas Cooper in the present series on English and French writings on the visual arts of the nineteenth century. Reader, Hallam Fordham

Contributors

Unknown: Douglas Cooper

: THE CANTERBURY TALES'

by Geoffrey Chaucer
Arranged for broadcasting by Nevill Coghill 2-The Knight's Tale

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Chaucer
Broadcasting By: Nevill Coghill

: A performance in Czech of ' DALIBOR '

Opera in three acts and seven scenes
Libretto by Josef Wenzig
Music by Smetana
(Continued in next column)
Choir and Orchestra of the National Theatre, Prague
Conductor, Jardsiav Krombholc
Scene: Prague in the reign of King Vladislav, late in the 15th century
Act 1
The court of Prague Castle

Contributors

Unknown: Josef Wenzig
Conductor: Jardsiav Krombholc
Vladislav King of Bohemia: Stanislav Muz
Dalibor, a knight: Beno Blachut
Budivoj, commander of the guards: Teodor Srubar
Benes a gaoler: Vilem Zitek
Vitek, Dalibor's messenger: Oldrich Kovar
Milada. sister of the burgomaster of Ploskevice: Zdena Hrncirova
Jitka, a peasant: Stepanka Jelinkova
A judge: Emil Bergmann

: THE COLONIAL DILEMMA

Political Leadership and Devolution by Kenneth Bradley , C.M.G.
The speaker, who has recently retired from the Colonial Service, served for sixteen years in Northern Rhodesia as an administrative officer. and was later Colonial Secretary in the Falkland Islands and Under-Secretary in the Gold Coast. He is the author of ' Diary of a District Officer '
Fourth of seven talks

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Bradley

: ' DALIBOR '

Act 2
Scene 1: Outside the prison Scene 2: The gaoler's room Scene 3: A dungeon

: THE ART CRITICISM OF BAUDELAIRE

Baudelaire and the Art of his Time
Second of two talks by Douglas Cooper
Reader, Hallam Fordham
Next talk: July 17

Contributors

Reader: Hallam Fordham

: 'DALIBOR'

Act 3
Scene 1: A hall in the castle Scene 2: The dungeon
Scene 3: Outside the prison








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