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: DEBUSSY

Joan Trimble and Valerie Trimble
(two pianos)
En Blanc et Noir: a A. Kussewitzky au Lieutenant Jacques Chariot a Igor Striawinsky
Lindaraja
Fêtes (Noctumee. No. 2) (orr. Ravel)

Contributors

Unknown: Joan Trimble
Unknown: Valerie Trimble
Unknown: A. Kussewitzky

: William Devlin Walter Fitzgerald, Hugh Burden and Grizelda Hervey in 'THE REVENGER'S TRAGEDY'

by Cyril Tourneur
Adapted for radio and produced by Frank Hauser
Music composed and directed by John Hotchkis

Contributors

Unknown: Cyril Tourneur
Produced By: Frank Hauser
Directed By: John Hotchkis
The Duke: Walter Fitzgerald
Lussuriioso, his son: Hugh Burden
Spurio, his bastard son: Gordon Davies
The Duchess, his second wife: Grizelda Hervey
Her sons:Ambitioso: Vernon Greeves
Her sons:Supervacuo: Timothy Bateson
Her sons:Youngest son: Derek Hart
Her sons:Vindtce the Revenger: William Devlin
Her sons:Hippolito his brother: Nigel Green
Gratiiana his mother: Barbara Everest
Castiza, his sister: Nicolette Bernard
Antonio, a neighbouring duke: Charles E. Stidwill
Nobles and justice: Ian Sadler,
Nobles and justice: Geoffrey Wincott
, Nobles and justice: Marne Martland
Nobles and justice.: Basil Dignam
Narrator: Allan Cuthbertson

: LIEDER RECITAL

Kathleen Ferrier (contralto)
Bruno Walter (piano)
Part 1

Contributors

Contralto: Kathleen Ferrier
Piano: Bruno Walter

: A VIEW OF BRITISH ART

Basil Taylor talks about the exhibition ' Ten Decades : a Review of British Taste, 1851 to 1951 '
The exhibition is on view in London at the Suffolk Street Galleries
To be repeated on September 24

Contributors

Talks: Basil Taylor

: VERGIL AND DANTE

by Colin Hardie , Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford
The speaker describes how Dante gradually abandoned the traditional interpretation of Vergil, to find in Vergil himself and his poetry a new and powerful source of inspiration
Third of a group of talks
To be repeated on October 11
Last talk: Friday
The Aeneid ' Book 1: tomorrow

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Hardie

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Geoffrey Gilbert (flute)
London Classical Orchestra
(Leader. Thomas Carter )
Conductor, Trevor Harvey
(Continued in next column)

Contributors

Flute: Geoffrey Gilbert
Leader: Thomas Carter
Conductor: Trevor Harvey

: F. W. MAITLAND

Talk by T. F. T. Plucknett ,
Professor of Legal History in the University of London
The centenary of "Maitland's birth was observed in Cambridge recently. Professor Plucknett gives an appreciation of his work and influence.
(The recorded broadcast of April 6)

Contributors

Talk By: T. F. T. Plucknett

: PURCELL

Hear my prayer: Westminster Abbey
Choir, conductor W. N. MeKie
Rejoice in the Lord (arr. Simkins and E. H. Fellowes ): Westminster Abbey Choir with organ and members of the Jacques String Orchestra. conducted by W. N. McKie
Remember not. Lord. our offences:
New College Choir. Oxford, conductor. H. K. Andrews
Jehova. quam multi sunt: West-minister Abbey Choir, with organ, conducted by W. N. McKie on gramophone records

Contributors

Conductor: W. N. Mekie
Unknown: E. H. Fellowes
Conducted By: W. N. McKie
Unknown: H. K. Andrews
Conducted By: W. N. McKie








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