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The Renaissance Singers
Conductor, Michael Howard
Jesu dulcis memoria: Ave Maria:
Ecce Sacerdos: 0 majorum misterium
Ascendens Christus in altum; Ecce
Dominus veniet
Pueri hebraeorum; Duo Seraphim ciamabant; 0 vos omnes
Three Responses for Holy Week:
Amicus meus osculi
Judas mercator pessimus
Unus ex discipults meis tradet me
From St. Marylebone Parish Church. London
Last of four programmes of choral music by Victoria


Conductor: Michael Howard
Unknown: Ascendens Christus


Eighteenth of a series of reports on the Soviet point of view as expressed in the Soviet Press and broadcasts directed to listeners in the U.S.S.R.
Compiled by members of the BBC's foreign news department


Symphony No. 6
Allegro moderato: Largo; Vivace played by the London Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader, David Wise )
Conductor, Eduard van Beinum


Leader: David Wise
Conductor: Eduard van Beinum

: Frank Pettingell and Raymond Huntley in ' AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE'

by Henrik Ibsen
Adapted for broadcasting by Norman Ginsbury from his English version
Production by Mary Hope Allen
The action takes place in a small spa on the West coast of Norway


Unknown: Henrik Ibsen
Broadcasting By: Norman Ginsbury
Production By: Mary Hope Allen


London Harpsichord Ensemble:
John Francis (flute)
Manoug Parikian (violin)
Hans Geiger (violin) Bernard Davis (viola)
George Roth (cello)
Millicent Silver (harpsichord) with Suzanne Danco (soprano)


Flute: John Francis
Violin: Manoug Parikian
Violin: Hans Geiger
Viola: Bernard Davis
Cello: George Roth
Harpsichord: Millicent Silver
Soprano: Suzanne Danco

: Letter from Paris

Talk by Claude Bourdet, who was on a visit to England during the election period.


Talk By: Claude Bourdet


Fifteen variations in E flat with a fugue on a theme from Prometheus
Op. 35 played by Friedrich Gulda (piano)


Piano: Friedrich Gulda

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