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: ENDS AND MEANS

Talk by Douglas Veale
Some of a modern university's problems, and possible answers to them, were discussed in Cambridge last week by representatives from universities of the Commonwealth who assembled for their Quinquennial Congress. Douglas Veale , Registrar of Oxford University, descr.b;s the main issues raised in this discussion.

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Talk By: Douglas Veale
Unknown: Douglas Veale

: GRANADOS

Goyescas
(Books 1 and 2) Loe requiebros; Coloquio en la reja; El fandango de candil ; Quejas 6 la maja y el ruisefior; El amor y la muerte; Epilógo — Serenata deil espectoo played by Ediuardo del Pueyo (pdano)

Contributors

Played By: Ediuardo Del Pueyo

: A CRITIC OF SOCIALISM

Talk by T. E. Utley
W. H. Matlock (1849-1923), best known as the author of The New Republic, also published A Critical Examination of Socialism. Th:s latter ' formidable contribution to modern political controversy is the subject of T. E. Utley 's talk.

Contributors

Talk By: T. E. Utley
Talk By: W. H. Matlock
Unknown: T. E. Utley

: • HENRY WOOD PROMENADE CONCERTS

Mozart-Britten Concert
Peter Pears (tenor) Dennis Brain (horn)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conductors, Sir Malcolm Sargent and John HoHingsworth
From the Royal Albert Hall , London
Part 1: Mozart
(conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent )
Overture: Don Giovanni
7.40 app. Aria: Per pieta, non rieercate (K.420)
7.48 app. Maurefische Trauermusik
(K.477)
7,56 app. Horn Concerto No. 3, in E flart (K.447)
8.13 app. Symphony No. 41, in C
(Jupiter) (K.551)

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Tenor: Peter Pears
Horn: Dennis Brain
Leader: Paul Beard
Conductors: Sir Malcolm Sargent
Conductors: John Hohingsworth
Unknown: Albert Hall
Conducted By: Sir Malcolm Sargent
Unknown: Don Giovanni

: THE GARDENS OF ANDRE LE NOTRE

Talk by David Green
In a third talk on the formal garden David Green refers to the game of ' French and English ' (or Beat:ng the French ') and applies it to large-scale garden-planning in this country. Not only in Marlborough's day but more recently the English magnifico has fek impelled to attempt improvement upon the classic achievements of Le Notre in and about Paris.

Contributors

Talk By: David Green
Unknown: David Green

: PROMENADE CONCERT

Part 2: Britten
(conducted by John Hollingsworth )
Serenade for tenor, horn, and strings Four Sea Interludes (Peter Grimes )
Ernest Bradbury writes on page 29

Contributors

Conducted By: John Hollingsworth
Unknown: Peter Grimes
Unknown: Ernest Bradbury

: FIRST READING

No. 4
A monthly magazine of new poetry and prose, edited and introduced by John Wain
Those taking part include
James Russell Grant , Paul Maher
Conitributions from
Dainmie Abse , Honor Arundel
Stephen Bylansen , J, R Fowler John Holmstrom , T. H. Jones
Burns Singer , Alastair Thomson
Readers:
John Laurie , Denis McCarthy

Contributors

Introduced By: John Wain
Unknown: James Russell Grant
Unknown: Paul Maher
Unknown: Dainmie Abse
Unknown: Honor Arundel
Unknown: Stephen Bylansen
Unknown: J, R Fowler
Unknown: John Holmstrom
Unknown: T. H. Jones
Unknown: Burns Singer
Readers: Alastair Thomson
Readers: John Laurie
Readers: Denis McCarthy

: FRENCH CHAMBER MUSIC

The Wigmore Ensemble
George Eskdale (trumped)

Contributors

Unknown: George Eskdale

: TOLERATION

3-Experience of Germany
Talk by Dr. Eugen Gerstenmaier

Contributors

Talk By: Dr. Eugen Gerstenmaier

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