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Philip Hattey (bass-baritone)
Clifton Helliwell (accompanist)
Max Rostal (violin)
Mewton-Wood (piano)


Bass-Baritone: Philip Hattey
Accompanist: Clifton Helliwell
Violin: Max Rostal
Piano: Mewton-Wood


Ren Hague talks about ' The Kingdom of Jerusalem and the Frankish Eastt,' the recently published second volume of Steven Runcirnan 's ' History of the Crusades '


Unknown: Steven Runcirnan


Concerto in A minor for flute, violin, harpsichord, and strings
Ena Mitchell (soprano)
Marjorie Thomas (contralto)
Alexander Young (tenor)
Thomas Hemsley (baritone)
Gareth Morris (flute)
Winifred Roberts (violin) Alan Harverson (organ)
The Geraint Jones Singers and Orchestra
Conductor, Geraint Jones
(who also plays the harpsichord)


Contralto: Marjorie Thomas
Tenor: Alexander Young
Baritone: Thomas Hemsley
Flute: Gareth Morris
Violin: Winifred Roberts
Violin: Alan Harverson
Singers: Geraint Jones
Conductor: Geraint Jones


by Bernard Shaw
Introduced by St. John Ervine
The play produced by Esme Percy
See Drama Diary ' on page 21
During the interval in the performance of 'On the Rocks' (9.45-9.55 app.):
Haydn Divertimento in G, Op. 100 No. 2 played by the Danish Quartet on gramophone records


Unknown: Bernard Shaw
Produced By: Esme Percy
Unknown: See Drama Diary
Unknown: Haydn Divertimento


Piano Sonata in B flat
(Op. posth.) played by Grete Scherzer


Played By: Grete Scherzer


Talk by Terence Prittie
Manchester Guardian corresponden' in Germany


Talk By: Terence Prittie
Talk By: Manchester Guardian

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