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(Leader, J. Mouland Begbie ) Conducted by Ian Whyte


Leader: J. Mouland Begbie
Conducted By: Ian Whyte


Talk by T. B. Smith Professor of Scots Law in the University of Aberdeen
In the first of two talks comparing Soots Law with English Law, Professor Smith describes Scottish procedure in criminal trial.


Talk By: T. B. Smith


Choir of the Radio della Svizzera Italians
Conductor, Edwin Lohrer
The Golden Age Singers
Directed by Margaret Field-Hyde
Mangareit Field-Hyde (soprano) John Whitworth ( counter- tenor)
René Soames (tenor)
Gordon Clinton (baritone) with Maurice Bevan (baritone)
Motets (Song of Songs, Nos. 14-17):
Vox ddlecti mei; Surge, propera arnica mea: Surge arnica mea, speciosa mea; Dilectus meus miM eit ego illi
(Continued in next column)
Secular madrigals:
Che non fia che giammai; Che debbo far; Già fu chi m'ebbe cara; LA ver l'aurora; Chi estinguera; Ovver de' sensi èpriva
Motets (Song of Songs, Nos,. 18-21):
Surgam et circuibo civitatem: Adjuro vos. flliae Hierusalem ; Caput ejus aurum optimum: Dilectus meus descendiit in hortum suum
(Recordings.) (The recording of the motets made available by courtesy of Societa Svizzera di Radiodiffusione)
Sixth of a series of ndne programmes


Conductor: Edwin Lohrer
Directed By: Margaret Field-Hyde
Soprano: Mangareit Field-Hyde
Soprano: John Whitworth
Tenor: René Soames
Baritone: Gordon Clinton
Baritone: Maurice Bevan


A study in twentieth-century revolutions
3- Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia and France: 1943-1953
The theme of this discussion is the Communist pursuit of power in Europe during the last decade, illustrated with reference to the rise of Tito, the Prague revolution of 1948, and the activities of the Communist Party in France since the war.
(Continued in next column)
F. W. Deakin
Warden of St. Antony's College. Oxford
Hugh Seton-Watson
Professor of Russian History at London University and Max Beloff
Reader In the Comparative Study of Institutions, Oxford University


Unknown: F. W. Deakin
Unknown: Hugh Seton-Watson
Reader: Max Beloff


Clavieriibung, Part 3
Second of four programmes played by Helmut Walcha (organ)
Fuga super Jesus Christus unser Heiland; Kyrie, Gott Vater in Ewigkeit; Christe aller Welt Trost; Kyrie, Gott heiliger Gedst; Fughetta super Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr'; Allein Gott in der Hon' sei Ehr'; Fughetta super Dies sind die heil'gen zehn Gebot'; Vater unser im Himmelreach; Chnist unser Hear zum Jordan kam; Fughetta super Wir glauben all' an einen Gott; Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu Dir on gramophone records


Played By: Helmut Walcha
Unknown: Gott Vater


by Alexander Scott
A sequel in verse to the Ballad of True Thomas the Rhymer


Unknown: Alexander Scott


The Vegh String Quartet:
Sandor Vegh (violin) Sandor Zoldy (violin) Georges Janzer (viola)
Paul Szabo (cello)


Violin: Sandor Vegh
Violin: Sandor Zoldy
Viola: Georges Janzer
Cello: Paul Szabo


Talk by Hugh Sykes Davies


Talk By: Hugh Sykes Davies


F minor (L.383); F (L603); E flat (L.142): B minor (L.33); F minor (L. 171); C minor (L.457) played by Clara Haskil (piano)


Piano: Clara Haskil

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