Olive Zorian (violin)
Erich Gruenberg (violin)
(harpsichord and piano)
Nadia Boulanger (piano)
A section of the Morley College Choir
Conducted by Antony Hopkins
From the '49 . Summer School of Music, Bryanston, Dorset
Talk by Bleddyn Jones-Roberts
Early in 1947. in a cave near the Dead Sea, Bedouins discovered parchment manuscripts written in Hebrew. These have been claimed by competent authorities to belong to the second and first centuries B.c. In this talk Bleddyn Jones-Roberts assesses the importance of the discovery.
The speaker is Senior Lecturer in Biblical History and Literature at the University College of North Wales, Bangor
by Anthony Hope .
Adapted by John Watt
Produced by Donald McWhinnie
Samuel Travers Carter:
Mrs Hilary Musgrave:
Dolly (Lady Mickleham):
Archie (Lord Mickleham):
Posate, dormite (G. B. Bassani ); 0 cessate di piagarmi (A. Scarlatti ): with Jacqueline Bonneau (piano)
La mer est infinie: Je me suis embarqué; Diane, Séléné; Vaisseaux. nous vous aurons aimes (L'Horizon Chimérique) (Fauri): with Jean Michel Damase (piano)
A la brise; Quanti mai (0 ma belle rebelle) (Gounod): with Jacqueline Bonneau (piano) on gramophone records
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