London Baroque Ensemble
Director, Karl Haas
Cherubini's ' Morceau ' for clarinet and cello has been copied out by Karl Haas from a manuscript in the Berlin State Library. The ' Pater Noster ' was originally a choral work; Cherubini arranged it for solo violin and strings in 1834 for the violinist Baillot. H. R.
Programme 1— 'Error's Den;
Hypocrisy and Fair Falsehood' (Being Cantos 1 and 2 of Book 1)
Produced by Louis MacNeice
(who writes on page 15)
The Red Cross Knight:
First of three talks by Raymond Mortimer
In these talks Raymond Mortimer gives a personal picture of India and Ceylon-the people, the landscape, and the life of the countries-as he saw them during a recent extensive journey.
Three talks by Robert Furneaux Jordan
1—' Philistine Victory '
In these talks Robert Furneaux Jordan looks at the visual world we have created .n England in the last hundred years and for which we ail share responsibility. Realising how small a part the architect has played in the creation of this world since the Industrial Revolution, Mr. Jordan aims to put the modern movement in architecture into its true perspective.
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