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: FLUTE MUSIC

of the eighteenth century
Gustav Scheck (recorder and flute)
August Wenzinger (viola da gamba)
Fritz Neumeyer (harpsichord)
Sonata in A minor. Op. 1 No. 2
(Handel)
Sonata No. 48, In E minor (Frederick the Great) on gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Gustav Scheck
Harpsichord: Fritz Neumeyer

: VERGIL'S ' AENEID '

A translation for broadcasting by C. Day Lewis
Produced by Basil Taylor
Book 10

Contributors

Broadcasting By: C. Day Lewis
Produced By: Basil Taylor
Narrator: Alan Wheatley
Jupiter: Robert Harris
Venus: Jill Balcon
Juno: Margaret Rawlings
Cymodoce: Simona Pakenham
Aeneas: Allan McClelland
Turnus: John Laurie
Tarchon: Michael Flanders
Pallas: Martin Starkie
Magus: Raf de la Torre
Liger: Denis McCarthy
Mezentius: Ralph Truman
Orodes: Michael Flanders

: Gala performance of 'GLORIANA'

in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen
From the Royal Opera House. Covent Garden

: BLOOMSBURY AND CROMWELL ROAD

Three talks on the occasion of the bicentenary of the foundation of the British Museum
1-The Natural History Department by Gavin de Beer, F.R.S.
Director of the British Museum

Contributors

Unknown: Gavin de Beer, F.R.S.

: 'GLORIANA'

Act 2

: BLAKE AND OSSIAN

by Kathleen Raine
Kathleen Rane , poet and critic, has been doing research work on W lliam Blake. In this talk she speaks of the little-known debt of Blake to Osian.

Contributors

Unknown: Kathleen Raine
Unknown: Kathleen Rane

: 'GLORIANA'

Act 3

: THE TRUMPETS HAVE SOUNDED

A spectator's impressions of June 2 by Christopher Salmon

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Salmon

: REGER

Suite in G minor. Op. 131d No. 1 for unaccompanied viola played by Herbert Downes

Contributors

Played By: Herbert Downes

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