Pro Musica Antiqua:
Maria Ceuppens (soprano)
Jeanne Deroubaix (contralto)
Louis Devos (tenor)
Franz Mertens (tenor and organ)
Albert van Ackere (baritone) Silva Devos (minstrel's harp)
.Rachel van Hecke (treble viol)
Jean Chrlstoph van Hecke (tenor viol)
Michel Podolski (lute)
Charles Koenig (recorders)
Director, Safford Cape
(Continued in next column)
Last of a series of five programmes
Divisions and Sub-divisions
First of three talks by T. H. Marshall
German concern for unity and stability is as great today as in the past. The speaker, who was Educational Adviser to the British High Commissioner in Germany 1949-1950, describes in these talks some of the impressions he formed during that period, especially with regard to education and to the attitudes and views of people he met. In his first talk Professor Marshall considers some of the problems created by the division of Germany into Western and Eastern parts, by the three-zone system, and by the sub-divisions in the Lander.
Next talk: March 19
Frauenliebe und Leben:
Seit ich ihn gesehen; Er. der Herrlichste von alien; Ich kann's nicht fassen: Du Ring an meinem Finger; Helft mir, ihr Schwestern; Süsser Freund, du blicktest; An meinem Herzen, an meiner Brust: Nun hast du mir den er?ten Schmerz getan
Elisabeth Schumann (soprano)
Gerald Moore (piano)
Märchenbilder. Op. 113
Etienne Ginot (viola)
Joseph Benvenuti (piano) on gramophone records
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