Edited by John Tobin (soprano) (contralto) (counter-tenor) (tenor) (bass)
The London Choral Society
Boris Ord (harpsichord) Charles Spinks (organ)
The Kalmar Chamber Orchestra
(Leader, Leonard Friedman )
Conducted by John Tobin
Talk by Harry Franklin , O.B.E.
The speaker, who was formerly Director of Information, Northern Rhodesia, has recently returned from an extensive visit to Africa. He talks about policies and personalities, hopes and fears, in the three central terri'tories, which are preparing for the first federal elections phis year.
Talk by the Rt. Rev. Principal J. E. Davey
Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland
Professor Davey reviews a recent book by C. H. Dodd called'The Interpretation of the Fourth Gospel.' The book has been in course of preparation for many years and represents Dr. Dodd's life work. Professor Davey has also worked for many years on the meaning of St. John's Gospel.
Quartet in B flat (K.458) played by the Amadeus String Quartet:
Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Niasel (violin)
Peter Sehidlof (viola) Mantin Lovett (cello)
Illustrated talk by Fritz Rothschild
The speaker discusses tempo and aocentuation as he thinks rhev were understood in the ' style galant ' period, and plays movements from Mozart's violin sonatas, with Arnold Goldsbrough at the piano.
Last of three programmes
by Sir Thomas Malory , Knight
Adapted and produced by Douglas Cleverdon from the text of the Winchester ms edited by Eugene Vinaver with music composed and conducted by P. Racine Fricker
The narration of Sir Thomas Malory spoken by Norman Shelley
(Continued in next column) with Neville Hartley. Ernest Jay Diana Maddox , Norman Mitchell Alan Reid. Richard Wordsworth
A string section of the Goldsbrough Orchestra
(Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz )
Sir Lancelot du Lake:
The Voice of the Holy Grail:
Sonata in A played by Yehudi Menuhin violin)
Hephzibah Menuhin (piano) on gramophone records