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A selection of his poetry
Chosen and introduced by Frank Hauser
Readers: Jill Balcon
Anthony Jacobs , Derek Hart


Introduced By: Frank Hauser
Readers: Jill Balcon
Readers: Anthony Jacobs
Unknown: Derek Hart

: ' Der Ring des Nibelungen ' 'DIE WALKÜRE'

Music drama by Wagner
Orchestra of La Scala-, Milan
Conducted by Wilhelm Furtwangler
Act 1: Inside Hunding's hut


Unknown: Wagner
Conducted By: Wilhelm Furtwangler
Stegmund: Gunther Treptow
Wotan: Ferdinand Frantz
Hunding: Ludwig Weber
Brünnhilde: Kirsten Flagstad
Sieglinde: Hilde Konetzni
Fricka: Elisabeth Hongen
Valkyries Gerhilde: Walburga Wegener
Valkyries Ortlinde: Karen Maria Crkal
Valkyries Waltraute: Dagmar Schmedej
Valkyries Schwertleite: Polly Batic
Valkyries Helmwige: Ilona Steingruber
Valkyries Siegrune: Margherita Kenney
Valkyries Grimgerde: Siglinde Wagner
Valkyries Rossweisse: Margret Weth Falke

: The Stephen Family: The Legal Tradition

by W. L. Burn, Professor of Modern History and formerly Director of Legal Studies at King's College, Newcastle
The speaker considers the Stephens as lawyers and as jurists, and in particular the contribution of Sir Fitzjames Stephen to the history and codification of English law and to the theory of punishment.
Last of four talks


Speaker: W. L. Burn


Act 2: A wild rocky place


W. L. Burn introduces passages he has chosen from the work of the great nineteenth-century jurist
Reader, Denis McCarthy


Introduces: W. L. Burn
Reader: Denis McCarthy


Act 3: The top of a rocky mountain
' Siegfried 1: December 31


3-Language and the Law by Professor Glanville Williams


Unknown: Professor Glanville Williams


Sonata No. 6, in G
Sonata No. 44, in G minor played by Nina Milkina (piano)
(The sonatas are numbered according to the Breitkopf collected edition of Haydn's works)


Piano: Nina Milkina

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