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: HINDEMITH

Sonata in F for horn and piano played by Charles Gregory (horn) Frank Merrick (piano)

Contributors

Horn: Charles Gregory
Piano: Frank Merrick

: ' WINGED CHARIOT'

by Walter de la Mare
Selections from the poem read by Jill Balcon , Robert Harris and Frederick Allen
(The recorded broadcast of Nov. 7)

Contributors

Read By: Jill Balcon
Read By: Robert Harris
Read By: Frederick Allen

: CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

The names of those taking part in this concert are as printed yesterday at 8.50 p.m. in the Third Programme
Part 1

: KARL BARTH

A Roman Catholic View
Dom Sebastian Moore , of Downside Abbey, discusses Father H. U. von Balthazar 's book on Karl Barth 's theology

Contributors

Unknown: Dom Sebastian Moore
Unknown: H. U. von Balthazar
Unknown: Karl Barth

: CONCERT

Part 2
(sung in Latin)

: STUBBS AND GERICAULT

Two talks on animal painting in England and France, 1700-1840 by Basil Taylor
1 — Stubbs and the Eighteenth Century
Basil Taylor has for some years been working on a life of Stubbs and a catalogue of his works.

: One Eye Wild

A romance in commonplace
Written and produced by Louis MacNeice
[Starring] Howard Marion-Crawford and Brenda Bruce
'Portrait of a Would-Be Hero,' by Louis MacNeice: page 6

Contributors

Writer/Producer: Louis MacNeice
[Actor]: Howard Marion-Crawford
[Actress]: Brenda Bruce

: THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHRISTIAN CHANT

A series of six programmes arranged and introduced by Egon Wellesz
2-The Primitive Chant and Jewish Chant
In this programme Egon Wellesz discusses the earliest musical traditions in the Jewish chants from Yemen and also the litursy of the christianised Syrians, who were the first to practise antiphonal singing of the psalms. Syrians in Italy may have been responsible for the ultimate acceptance of this method of psalm-sing ng by Ambrose, Bishop of Milan, in the fourth century.

Contributors

Introduced By: Egon Wellesz
Unknown: Egon Wellesz

: ALCHEMY

Its Contribution to Human Though by F. Sherwood Taylor. Ph.D.

Contributors

Unknown: F. Sherwood Taylor.

: BORODIN

Symphony No. 2. in B minor played by the Philharmonia Orchestra
Conducted by Nicolai Malko on gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Nicolai Malko

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