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: CHAMBER MUSIC

Betty Bannerman
(mezzo-soprano)
Frederick Stone (accompanist) London Belgian Piano Quartet:
Maurice Raskin (violin)
Arie van de Moortel (viola)
Maurice Dambois (cello) André Dumontier (piano)

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Betty Bannerman
Accompanist: Frederick Stone
Violin: Maurice Raskin
Viola: Arie van De Moortel
Cello: Maurice Dambois
Piano: André Dumontier

: MEASURING INFORMATION

Talk by D. M. MacKay.
Lecturer in Physics at King's College, London
Information is that which enab!es us to make a selection from a set of posibilities.' D. M MacKay discusses some of the methods and consequences of the theory of information.

Contributors

Talk By: D. M. MacKay.

: A performance in Italian of 'LUISA MILLER'

Opera in three acts and seven scenes
Libretto by SalvadoreCammarar.o
Music by Verdi
Chorus and Orchestra of Radio Italiana, Rome
(Chorus-Master, Gaetano Riccitelli )
Conductor. Mario Rossi
(Recording made available by courtesy of Radio Italiana. Rome)
Harold Rutland writes in this issue
The action takes place in a Tyrolean village during the seventeentth century
Act 1
Scene 1: An open apace outside
Miller's house
Scene 2: A room in the Count's castle
Scene 3: A room In Miller's house

Contributors

Chorus-Master: Gaetano Riccitelli
Conductor: Mario Rossi
Count Walter: Giacomo Vaghi
Rodolfo his son: Giacomo Lauri Volpi
Federica Duchess of Ostheim, cousin to Walter: Miti Truccato Pace
Wurm the Count's steward: Duilio Baronti
Miller, a retired soldier: Scipione Colombo
Luisa his daughter: Lucia Kelston
Laura, a village girl: Grazia Calareso
A peasant: Salvatore de Tommaso

: CHANGING CALABRIA

The old Italian South in transition
Talk by Sean O'Faolain

Contributors

Talk By: Sean O'Faolain

: 'LUISA MILLER'

Act 2
Scene 1: A room in Miller's house
Scene 2: The Count's room in the castle
Scene 3: In the castle garden

: 'THE SONG OF ROLAND'

A series of ten readings from the English translation by René Hague
1-Marsiliun the pagan king, sends an embassy to Charles and Guenelun is chosen to bear the Emperor's re,ply
Reader, Hallam Fordham
Music specially composed by Antony Hopkins

Contributors

Reader: Hallam Fordham
Composed By: Antony Hopkins

: 'LUISA MILLER'

Act 3
Inside Miller's house

: COLONIAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGES

by Sir William Hamilton Fyfe
The speaker has been closely concerned with the establishment of university colleges in the Colonies, particularly in West Africa,. which he visited with a small delegation appointed to choose the sites for the first colleges of Nigeria and the Gold Coast.
(The recorded broadcast of March 26)

Contributors

Unknown: Sir William Hamilton Fyfe

: BACH

Partita No. 5. In G Toccata in C minor played by Arnold Goldsbrough (harpsichord)

Contributors

Harpsichord: Arnold Goldsbrough

: 'THE OLD HUNTER'

Story by Liam O'Flaherty
Read by Harry Hutchinson
(The recorded broadcast of Oct. 22)

Contributors

Story By: Liam O'Flaherty
Read By: Harry Hutchinson








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