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: BRAHMS

Chorale Preludes for organ
(Op. 122: Book 1, Nos. 1-4)
Mein Jesu , der du mich Herzliebster Jesu
0 Welt, ich muss dich lassen Herzlich thut mich erfreuen played by Arnold Richardson
From All Souls, Langham Place
Book 2, Nos. 5-11: May 20
Brahms wrote the Eleven Chorale Preludes for organ, Op. 122, in the summer of 1896. It was his last work, and was published after his death. The Preludes were written in memory of Clara Schumann , whose funeral Brahms had attended at Bonn in the previous May. Two of the Preludes, Nos. 3 and 11, are settings jit the chorale . 0 Welt, ich muss dich lassen ' (' 0 world, I must leave thee '), the chorale adapted from the melody ' Innsbruck, I must leave thee ' which appeared early in the sixteenth century in an arrangement by Heinrich Isaak. H.R.

Contributors

Unknown: Mein Jesu
Unknown: Herzliebster Jesu
Played By: Arnold Richardson
Unknown: Clara Schumann
Unknown: Heinrich Isaak.

: THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE AGRARIAN THEORIES OF MARX

Talk by David Mitrany
The speaker, who is author of ' Marx against the Peasant,' is Professor in the School of Economics and Politics at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton. (The recorded broadcast of March 12)

Contributors

Talk By: David Mitrany

: ITALIAN SONG (1600-1630)

Margaret Ritchie (soprano)
Max Worthley (tenor)
Desmond Dupre (viola da gamba)
Thurston Dart (harpsichord)
First of three programmes arranged by Nigel Fortune

Contributors

Soprano: Margaret Ritchie
Tenor: Max Worthley
Viola: Desmond Dupre
Harpsichord: Thurston Dart
Arranged By: Nigel Fortune

: THE BATTLE OF DUNBAR

Cromwell, the Kirk, and the King
Written by Ivan Roots in collaboration with Christopher Sykes

Contributors

Written By: Ivan Roots
Unknown: Christopher Sykes

: SYMPHONY CONCERT

from the Royal Festival Hal], London
Robert Casadesus (piano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader. Paul Beard )
Conductor,
Sir Malcolm Sargent
. Part 1

Contributors

Piano: Robert Casadesus
Leader: Paul Beard
Conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent

: LETTER FROM PARIS

Are the French Educated? by Robert Guillain Foreign News Editor of Le Monde

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Guillain

: SYMPHONY CONCERT

Part 2

: THE SONGS OF HUGO WOLF

First of two illustrated talks by Gerald Moore
Gerald Moore speaks in particular about Aufeiner Wanderung ' (Morike), ' Nun wandre Maria' (Spanisches Liederbuch), and ' Der Tambour ' (Morike)
The songs are sung by Bruce Boyce (baritone)
(.) Second talk: May 22

Contributors

Unknown: Gerald Moore
Unknown: Gerald Moore
Unknown: Aufeiner Wanderung
Baritone: Bruce Boyce

: 'LA NUIT D'AOUT'

by Alfred de Musset with a new verse translation by Norman Cameron

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred de Musset
Translation By: Norman Cameron

: THE WIGMORE ENSEMBLE

(The recorded broadcast of Jan. 14)

: A MISSIONARY TO ENGLAND

Dom Aelred Watkin , F.B.A., talks about ' John Gerard , the autobiography of an Elizabethan '

Contributors

Unknown: Dom Aelred Watkin
Unknown: John Gerard

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