Piano Trio In F minor, Op. 65
Allegro; Allegretto; Poco adagio; Finale played by the London Czech Trio:
Maria Lidka (violin) Karel Horitz (cello)
Lisa Marketta (piano)
Conflicts and disturbances in Dvorak's public and private life are reflected in his Piano Trio in F minor (the third of his four Piano Trios). He composed it in 1883, shortly before his great Symphony in D minor, which it resembles in its breadth and power. H.R.
Talk by Lord Verulam
The speaker discusses the subject suggested by the title of this talk in the light of the recent Tavistock Institute of Human Relations report of the Glacier Metal Company. Lord Verulam, who is chairman of a well-known industrial concern, considers how far management today consciously anticipates new social demands and to what extent the good firm ' has always adapted itself to its times.
Nancy Evans (mezzo-soprano)
Harry Danks (viola)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Sir Malcolm Sargent
Berlioz Overture: Le Carnaval Romain
7.42 app. Songs with orchestra:
Le Spectre de la Rose; Absence (Nuits d'Eté)
7.57 app. Symphony: Harold in Italy From the Royal Albert Hall. London
and music for viols
Alfred Deller (counter-tenor)
Desmond Dupré (lute)
The London Consort of Viols:
Harry Danks (treble viol)
Stanley Wootton (treble viol)
Jacqueline Townshend (tenor viol)
Desmond Dupr (tenor viol)
Henry Revell (bass viol)
Robert . Donington (bass viol)
Second of six programmes of lutenist songs.
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