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: GREEK PIANO MUSIC

played by Marika Papaioanou

Contributors

Played By: Marika Papaioanou

: LAW REFORM

Talk by , Lord Radcliffe P.C.
Lord Radcliffe considers the series of ralka broadcast in the Third Programme during October 1952 which have recently been published

: JOHN DUNSTABLE

Isorhythmic Compositions Transcribed and edited by Manfred F. Bukofzer The Renaissance Singers Director, Michael Howard
An Instrumental Ensemble
Credo: Da gaudiorum premia
Sanctus: Da gaudiorum premia
Preco preheminencie-Precursor premittitur-Inter natos
Specialis virgo
Salve scema sanctitatis—Salve salus-
Cantant celi agmina
Introduced by Jeremy Noble
Fourth of six programmes

Contributors

Edited By: Manfred F. Bukofzer
Director: Michael Howard
Introduced By: Jeremy Noble

: 'THE HEDGEHOG AND THE FOX'

Noel Annan , Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, talks about Isaiah Berlin's recently published essay on the sources of Tolstoy's historical scepticism

Contributors

Unknown: Noel Annan

: A CONCERT

Arda Mandikian (soprano)
Peter Pears (tenor)
Speakers:
Joan Cross and Peter Pears
The English Opera Group
Chorus and Ensemble
Conducted by Paul Sacher
Part 1
A lyke-wake dirge (This ae nighte); Ricercar (The maidens came); A lyke-wake dirge (If ever thou gav'st hos'n and shoon); Ricercar (Tomorrow shall be my dancing day); A lyke-wake dirge (From Whinny-mutr when thou may'st pass); Wesrron wind when will thou blow; A jyke-wake dirge (If ever thou gav'st meat or drink)

Contributors

Soprano: Arda Mandikian
Tenor: Peter Pears
Unknown: Joan Cross
Unknown: Peter Pears
Conducted By: Paul Sacher

: THE GUY FAWKES BOY

interviewed by Henry Mayhew
Adapted for broadcasting by Douglas Cleverdon from Mayhew's
' London Labour and the London Poor '

Contributors

Interviewed By: Henry Mayhew
Broadcasting By: Douglas Cleverdon
The Boy: Colin Campbell
Henry Mayhew: Carleton Hobbs

: CONCERT

Part 2
From the Royal Festival Hall, London

: Richard Williams in 'BURNT OUT'

by August Strindberg
A new English version by Max Faber
Radio adaptation and production by Frederick Bradnum

Contributors

Production By: Frederick Bradnum

: SCHUBERT

Trio in B flat played by the Pasquier String Trio on gramophone records








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