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: HEINRICH SCHUTZ

Kleines geistliches Konzert: Bringt her dem Herren
Symphoniae Sacrae: Ich werde nicht sterben; Ich danke dir, Herr sung by Hugues Cuenod (tenor) with the Instrumental Ensemble of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Daniel Pinkham on gramophone records

Contributors

Sung By: Hugues Cuenod
Conducted By: Daniel Pinkham

: Alchemy: Its Contribution to Human Thought

by F. Sherwood Taylor, Ph.D. Director of the Science Museum South Kensington
Dr. Sherwood Taylor has made a special study of alchemy. In this talk he examines what might be called the technology of alchemy, which evolved into the chemical techniques and laboratories of today, and considers the mass of symbolic pictures left by the alchemists - pictures that illumine the medieval ideas of nature and man.

Contributors

Speaker: Dr. F. Sherwood Taylor

: Howard Marion-Crawford and Brenda Bruce in 'ONE EYE WILD'

A romance in commonplace
Written and produced by Louis MacNeice
A wild card can be anything: the portrait of a wild card
(Continued in next column) also: sports fans, men in the street, parrots in the Parrot House, and knights errant

Contributors

Roger: Howard Marion-Crawford
Margaret, his wife: Brenda Bruce
Timmy, his son: Sean Barrett
Cronk, his colleague: Malcolm Hayes
The Joker: Richard Hurndall
Heliodora: Cecile Chevreau
The Herald: Raf de la Torre
The Nurse: Marjorie Westbury

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Helen Pyke and Paul Hamburger
(piano duet)
The Harvey Phillips
String Orchestra
(Led by Lorraine du Val )
Conductor, Harvey Phillips

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Pyke
Piano: Paul Hamburger
Unknown: Harvey Phillips
Conductor: Lorraine du Val
Conductor: Harvey Phillips

: New Judgment on EDMUND SPENSER

Four talks to mark the fourth centenary of Spenser's birth
3 — ' The Prince of Poets of his Tyme' by E. M. W. Tillyard , Litt.D.
Master of Jesus College, Cambridge
The speaker discusses whether Spenser did in fact fulfil the great ambitions he entertained when he wrote The Faerie
Queene. Dr. Tillyard shows how Spenser consciously set out to emulate Ariosto and how he aimed at being the English Virgil, and places him in h:s literary context -native and European. The title of this talk is taken from the epitaph on Spenser's tomb in Westminster Abbey.

Contributors

Unknown: E. M. W. Tillyard

: CHAMBER MUSIC

Alfred Orda (baritone)
Josephine Lee (accompanist)
The New London Quartet:
Erich Gruenberg (violin)
Lionel Bentley (violin)
Keith Cummings (viola) Douglas Cameron (cello) Colin Horsley (piano)

Contributors

Baritone: Alfred Orda
Accompanist: Josephine Lee
Violin: Erich Gruenberg
Violin: Lionel Bentley
Viola: Keith Cummings
Cello: Douglas Cameron
Piano: Colin Horsley

: FESTIVALS OF THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST

Talk by Henri Frankfort
Director of the Warburg Institute

Contributors

Talk By: Henri Frankfort

: FRANCESCO ANERIO

Requiem Mass sung by the Choir of Westminster Cathedral
Conductor, George Malcolm

Contributors

Conductor: George Malcolm

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