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Gondoliera: II Pensieroso (Annies de
Pelerinage)
Deux Légendes:
St Francois d' Assise prédicant aux oiseaux; St. Francois de Paule merchant stir les flots played by Wilhelm Kempff (piano) on gramophone records

Contributors

Piano: Wilhelm Kempff

: PROBLEMS OF COMMUNIST LANGUAGE

Two talks by J. M. Cameron
2-Bolshevik Theory and Soviet Practice
From time to time Soviet statesmen make pronouncements that do not seem to belong to the complex of Bolshevik theory and history. The speaker considers whether these pronouncements indicate that a regime 16 coming into existence with interests and purposes different from those of the Soviet Union in its earliest years

Contributors

Unknown: J. M. Cameron

: Edinburgh International Festival The Glyndebourne Opera production of ' THE RAKE'S PROGRESS'

An opera in three acts and an epilogue
A fable by W. H. Auden and Chester Kallman
Music by Igor Stravinsky
Glyndebourne Festival Chorus
(Chorus-Master, Leo Quayle )
Roval Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader. David McCallum )
CONDUCTER BY ALFRED WALLENSTEIN
Bryan Balkwill (harpsichord)
Produced by Carl Ebert
From the King's Theatre, Edinburgh
(Continued in next column)
The action takes place in eighteenth-century England
Act 1
Scene 1: The garden of Tru'ove's house in the country. Spring afternoon
Scene 2: Mother Goose 's brothd, London.
Summer
Scene 3: The garden of Trulove's house.
Autumn night
7.60 app. Interval
8.0 apn. Act 2
Scene 1: The morning-room of Rakewell's house in London. Autumn morning
Scene 2: The street before Rakewell's house. Autumn dusk
Scene 3: The morning-room of Rakewell's house. Winter morning
Scene 4: The same. Spring afternoon
9.10 app. Interval
9.20 app. Act 3
Scene I: A churchyard. The same night Scene 2: Bedlam
Epilogue

Contributors

Unknown: W. H. Auden
Unknown: Chester Kallman
Music By: Igor Stravinsky
Chorus-Master: Leo Quayle
Leader: David McCallum
Unknown: Alfred Wallenstein
Harpsichord: Bryan Balkwill
Produced By: Carl Ebert
Unknown: Mother Goose

: THE SOCIAL ASPECTS OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN MUSIC

TaJk by Hugh Tracey
The speaker, who was Regional Director of Broadcasting in Durban tor more than twelve years, has spent the last few years recording Afr can folk music, mostly in the southern half of the continent. He will play some of these records in a programme on September 12.

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Tracey

: VIRTUOSI DI ROMA

Conductor, Renato Fasano

Contributors

Conductor: Renato Fasano

: THE LOST LEADER

Talk by W. Bridges-Adams
The speaker, who knew Harley Granville-Barker for many years, rascal s how the originality of hs s product ons inv gorated the British theatre and suggests why it was that he ' snapped the thread of his career.'

Contributors

Talk By: W. Bridges-Adams

: SAINT-SAENS

Septet, Op. 65 for trumpet, two violins, viola, cello, double-bass. and piano played by The Wigmore Ensemble with George Eskdale (trumpet)

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