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: DOMENICO SCARLATTI

Eight Sonatas for harpsichord
L.424. in D; L.429. in A minor; L.488, in G minor; L.290, in C; L.376, in E minor; L.135, in A; L.33, in B minor; L.486. in G played by Lucille Wallace
Last of three programmes of sonatas by Scarlatti

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Played By: Lucille Wallace

: HUMAN BEINGS AS METERS

The Techniques of Subjective Judgments
Talk by R. G. Hopkinson , Ph.D.
Last autumn nearly two hundred physicists, engineers, and psychologists met in conference to discuss techniques that make use of human subjects to assess such things as noise, lighting, touch, taste, and smell. Some of them expressed the view that the measurement of sensation was not possible and that the experimental methods were fallacious, others that these techniques served their purpose if they gave data of precise operational value. In this talk Dr. Hopkinson discusses the present situation.

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Talk By: R. G. Hopkinson

: CHORAL CONCERT

London Philharmonic Choir
Conductor, Frederic Jackson

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Conductor: Frederic Jackson

: MACHIAVELLI

Talk by Professor A. P . d'Entreves
The speaker, who is Serena Professor of Italian Studies at Oxford, comments on the theories of government presented by Machiavelli in his ' Discourses,' which have recently been published in a new English edition.

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Talk By: Professor A. P . D'Entreves

: HAYDN and MOZART

Gareth Morris (flute)
London Mozart Players
(Leader. Max Salpeter )
Conductor, Harry Blech
Largo-allegro; Andante; Minuetto; Finale— vivace
Third of six concerts in which the six symphonies recently published by the Haydn Society are being played
Next concert: February 16 followed by an interlude at 9.0

Contributors

Flute: Gareth Morris
Leader: Max Salpeter
Conductor: Harry Blech

: Griffith Jones and Lydia Sherwood in MARRIED ALIVE'

A new English version by Max Faber of August Strindberg's
'Comrades '
Adapted for broadcasting by Mary Hope Allen
Cast in order of speaking:
The action takes place in Paris in the Albergs' studio on two consecutive autumn days in the late eighties
Production by Mary Hope Alien

Contributors

Unknown: Max Faber
Unknown: August Strindberg'S
Broadcasting By: Mary Hope Allen
Production By: Mary Hope Alien
Narrator: Donald Gray
Axel Alberg, a painter: Griffith Jones
'Dr Ostermark: Harcourt Williams
Mrs. Starck.: Margaret Vines
Lieutenant Carl Starck her husband: Charles Mason
A model: Howieson Culff
Bertha Alberg, Axel's wife, also a painter: Lydia Sherwood
Willmer (nicknamed Gaga), a writer: Raf de la Torre
Abel, Bertha's friend: Judith Furse
Ida, a French maid: Gabrielle Blunt
Mrs Hall, Dr Ostermark's divorced wife: Vivienne Chatterton
Daughters by her second marriageAmelie Hall: Ysanne Churchman
Therese Hall: Joan Ireland

: MODERN ITALIAN PIANO MUSIC

played by Clelia Arcella

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Played By: Clelia Arcella

: MEANING

Talk by F. C. Copleston s.J. ,

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Talk By: F. C. Copleston S.J.

: RAVEL

Trio in A minor
played by the Rubbra-Gruenberg-Pleeth Trio:
Erich Gruenberg (violin)
William Pleeth (cello)
Edmund Rubbra (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Erich Gruenberg
Cello: William Pleeth
Piano: Edmund Rubbra

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