Maria Stader (soprano)
Nancy Waugh (contralto)
Serge Rallier (tenor)
Marcello Cortes (bass)
Ensemble Vocal de Paris
Jeanne Demessieux (organ)
Orchestre de la Societe des Concerts du Conservatoire
Condueted by Ernest Bour
Fantasy and Fugue
(arranged for organ)
Litaniae de Venerabili Altaris Sacramento (K.243)
Coronation Mass in C (K.317)
From the Cathedral of Saint Sauveur. Aix en Provence.
Abridged version of the tragedy by Algernon Charles Swinburne with an introduction by J. Isaacs
(Continued in next column)
Cast in order of speaking;
Production by Donald McWhinnie
Talk by Richard Rumbold
The French aviator and writer Antoine de St. Exupery disappeared on a wartime flight five years ago today. Richard Rumbold. who was himself an R.A.F. pilot during the war describes St. Exupery's career and analyses that ' mystique ' of flying which St. Exupery expresses in his books 'Wind. Sand, and Stars,' ' Night Flight.' and ' Flight to Arras'
A Friendly Challenge by Paul Dienes , formerly Professor of Mathematics in the University of London
Our minds, says Professor Dienes are divided so that we have a world of facts and a world of values. He challenges us to resolve this dichotomy. and. while he may have no cure to offer, he explains that a clearer understanding of the problem is the first step to a possible solution
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