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: CHAMBER MUSIC

Alfred Hepworth (tenor)
The Basil Lam Sonata Ensemble :
Jorgen Laulund (violin) Patrick Hailing (violin)
Terence Weil (cello)
Basil Lam (harpsichord)

Contributors

Tenor: Alfred Hepworth
Violin: Jorgen Laulund
Violin: Patrick Hailing
Cello: Terence Weil
Harpsichord: Basil Lam

: BENJAMIN BRITTEN AND THE ENGLISH TRADITION

An illustrated talk by Donald Mitchell
Songs sung by Myra Verney (soprano) with Clifton Helliwell (accompanist)

Contributors

Talk By: Donald Mitchell
Soprano: Myra Verney
Accompanist: Clifton Helliwell

: TITELOUZE and DE GRIGNY

The Farm Street Singers
Conductor, Fernand Laloux
Andr6 Marchal (organ)
Three programmes of French organ music.
This programme consists of two hymns (for alternating plainchant and organ) separated by nearly a century. Jean Titelouze, who lived from 1563 to 1633, was canon and organist of Rouen Cathedral; his organ works were published in 1623 under the title ' Hymnes pour toucher sur l'orgue, avec les fugues et recherches sur leur plainchant.' Nicolas de Gngny, organist of Rheims Cathedral at the end of the seventeenth century, died in 1703 at the early age of thirty-two; his ' Pieces d'orgue ' (of which Bach thought highly enough to make a copy) appeared after his death, in 1711. D.C.

Contributors

Conductor: Fernand Laloux
Conductor: Andr6 Marchal

: PARTNERSHIP IN AFRICA

The prospects of racial co-operation
The Scope of Partnership by Kenneth Kirkwood
Lecturer in Native Administration at Natal University
Can partnership between the races operate in one sphere and not in another? The ipeaker believes that it cannot and that it necessarily implies the eventual breaking down of all racial barriers.
Sixth of a series of seven talks

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kirkwood

: BEETHOVEN

Mass in C, Op. 86
Gisela Rathauscher (soprano)
Elfriede Hofstaetter (contralto)
Alfred Plangavsky (tenor)
Walter Berry (bass)
Vienna Academy Chamber Choir
Vienna Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Rudolf Moralt

Contributors

Soprano: Gisela Rathauscher
Contralto: Elfriede Hofstaetter
Tenor: Alfred Plangavsky
Bass: Walter Berry
Conducted By: Rudolf Moralt

: A DEBATE

arranged by the English Speaking Union
The Motion: That Britain should join a North Atlantic Federation
Speakers for the motion:
E. C. Leather M.P , Geoffrey de Freitas. M.P
.A. F. D. Pott
Richard Seaton
Speakers against:
R. H. S. Crossman M.P , .
Christopher Hollis M.P. ,
L. B. Pinnell
Robin Day
In the chair, James Moorhouse

Contributors

Unknown: E. C. Leather M.P
Unknown: Geoffrey de Freitas. M.P
Unknown: .A. F. D. Pott
Unknown: Richard Seaton
Unknown: R. H. S. Crossman M.P
Unknown: Christopher Hollis M.P.
Unknown: L. B. Pinnell
Unknown: Robin Day
Unknown: James Moorhouse








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