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: HANDEL

John Wolfe (oboe)
Arnold Goldsbrough (harpsichord) Harpsichord Suite in B flat (No. 7. second set)
Sonata in C minor, for oboe and harpsichord
Harpsichord Suite in G minor (No. 6. second set)
Last of three programmes of Handel's sonatas and harpsichord suites

Contributors

Oboe: John Wolfe
Harpsichord: Arnold Goldsbrough

: GENETICS AND PERSONALITY

by S. C. Harland, F.R.S.
In the first of three talks on genetics S. C. Harland , Professor of Botany at Manchester University, considers how far the study of genetics can explain differences in personality.

Contributors

Unknown: S. C. Harland, F.R.S.
Unknown: S. C. Harland

: HAYDN and SCHUBERT

Ilse Wolf (soprano)
Frederick Stone (accompanist)
Aleph String Quartet:
Alan Loveday (violin)
Reginald Morley (violin)
Max Gilbert (viola)
Harvey Phillips (cello)
(Continued in next column)
(The quartets are recorded)
Tenth of a series of programmes of quartets by Haydn and songs by Schubert

Contributors

Soprano: Ilse Wolf
Accompanist: Frederick Stone
Violin: Alan Loveday
Violin: Reginald Morley
Viola: Max Gilbert
Cello: Harvey Phillips
Unknown: Haydn

: THE ELIZABETHAN AGE

Professor J. E. Neale gives a shortened version of his Creighton Lecture delivered at the University of London on December 11

Contributors

Unknown: Professor J. E. Neale

: NIELSEN

Sonata No. 1, in A played by Emil Telmanyi (violin)
Christian Christiansen (piano) on gramophone records

Contributors

Violin: Emil Telmanyi
Piano: Christian Christiansen

: 'THE REPUBLICAN FRIEND'

An impression of A. H. Clough by Patric Dickinson

Contributors

Unknown: A. H. Clough
Unknown: Patric Dickinson

: CHAMBER MUSIC

Joan Cross (soprano)
Anne Wood (contralto)
Peter Pears -(tenor)
Bruce Boyce (baritone)
Michael Mullinar and Norman Franklin (piano duet)
Spanisches Liederspiel Schumann Dolly Suite, for piano duet Fauré Liebeslieder-Walzer, Op. 52...
Brahms Brahms greatly admired the music of Johann Strauss and may possibly have written his two sets of Love-song Waltzes from a desire to compete with the master on his own ground. Although he took the simple Austrian country-dances for his model rather than the sophisticated Viennese waltz he followed Strauss in his methods of extracting the maximum rhythmic variety from the unvarying three-four pulse, and he paid a compliment to the great waltz-king by quoting, in the ninth waltz of this, the first set, a bar from 'The Blue Danube.' There are eighteen waltzes in all; the poems are by Friedrich Daumer. Deryck Cooke

Contributors

Soprano: Joan Cross
Contralto: Anne Wood
Tenor: Peter Pears
Baritone: Bruce Boyce
Baritone: Michael Mullinar
Piano: Norman Franklin
Unknown: Brahms Brahms
Unknown: Johann Strauss
Unknown: Friedrich Daumer.
Unknown: Deryck Cooke

: Recorded in New York THE LITERARY SCENE

Alfred Kazin , author and critic, talks about William Faulkner and some contemporary American poets

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Kazin
Unknown: William Faulkner

: DUETS FOR ORGAN AND HARPSICHORD

played by Susi Jeans and Thurston Dart

Contributors

Played By: Susi Jeans
Played By: Thurston Dart








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