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Hetty Bolton (piano)
Twelve Variations in A on a Russian dance from the ballet 'Das Waldmä?dchen'
Five Variations in D on a national song Rule. Britannia '
Thirteen Variations in A on a theme
'Es war einmal ein alter Mann' from Dittersdorf's opera 'Das rothe Käppchen'
First of three programmes of piano variations by Beethoven


An illustrated talk by Dr. H. F. Garten on the poetic value of Hotmarmsthal's opera librettos and his collaboration with Richard Strause


Talk By: Dr. H. F. Garten
Unknown: Richard Strause


Partita No. 2, in D minor for unaccompanied violin
Allemande; Courante; Sarabande;
Gigue; Chaconne played by Szigeti
Fourth of six programmes


Professor John Baillie , D.D., Principal ot New College, Edinburgh, examines Oscar Cuilmann 's recently translated book Christ and Time. This book first appeared nve years ago as Christus und die Zeit


Unknown: Professor John Baillie
Unknown: Oscar Cuilmann

: Royal Philharmonic Society Deltas 'A MASS OF LIFE'

Words from Nietzsche's 'Also sprach Zarathustra'
Sylvia Fisher (soprano)
Monica Sinclair (mezzo-soprano)
David Lloyd (tenor)
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone)
London Philharmonic Choir (Chorus-Maeteir, Frederic Jackson)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (Leader, David McCallum)
Conductor: Sir Thomas Beecham, Bt.
From the Royal Albert Hall. London
Part 1
Chorus: O Du mein Wille!
Recit. (baritone): Erhebt eure Herzen. meine Bruder
Soloists and chorus: In deln Auge schaute ich Jüngst, O'Leben
Baritone and chorus: Wehe mir! Chorus and baritone: Nacht 1st es
Chorus and soloists: Herauf! nun herauf grosser Mittag!
Chorus and soloists: Heisser Mittag schlaft auf den Fluren


Soprano: Sylvia Fisher
Mezzo-Soprano: Monica Sinclair
Tenor: David Lloyd
Baritone: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
Unknown: Frederic Jackson
Leader: David McCallum
Conductor: Sir Thomas Beecham
Unknown: Albert Hall.


French- Opinion is the Great Debate by Raymond Aron , philosopher and historian
. To be repeated tomorrow


Unknown: Raymond Aron


Part 2
Baritone: Süsse Leier!
Chorus and baritone: LaMt vom
Tanze nicht ab
Baritone and chorus: Gottes Weh ist tiefer du wunderliche Welt
Baritone, chorus, and soloists: I
Konimt! Lasst uns Jetzt wandeln!
(Syltia Fisher and Monica Sinclair broadcast by permission of the General Admintstrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Ltd.)


Unknown: Syltia Fisher
Unknown: Monica Sinclair


by Thomas Hardy
Arranged for broadcasting la six parts by Henry Reed
Part 4
Napoleon's divorce of the Empress Josephine, remarriage to Marie Louise of Austria, birth of a son; The Peninsular War— Talavera, Torres Vedras , ALbuera; Illness of George III. the Prince Regent's fête at Cariton House
For further details see Sunday
To be repeated on June 27. Part 5: tomorrow


Unknown: Thomas Hardy
Unknown: Marie Louise
Unknown: Torres Vedras
Unknown: George Iii.


Concerto da Caniera played by Andre Jaunet (flute)
Marcel Saillet (cor anglais)
Zurich Collegium Musicum Orchestra
Conductor,Paul Sachor on gramophone records


Played By: Andre Jaunet
Flute: Marcel Saillet
Conductor: Paul Sachor

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