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The Camden Trio:
Evelyn Rothwell (oboe)
Archie Camden (bassoon)
Wilfrid Parry (piano)
Patrick Piggott (piano)
The Wigmore Ensemble:
Geoffrey Gilbert (flute) Jack Brvmer (clarinet) Jean Pougnet (violin)
Frederick Riddle (viola)
William Pleeth (cello)
Marie Korchinska (harp)
Geoffrey Bush, who is mainly self-taught, obtained his doctorate in music eight year& ago at the age of twenty-five; his Trio was written for'the Camden Trio in the summer of last year. Patrick Piggott lives in Wales; he is a young composer and pianist whose keyboard writing is full of lyricism, atmosphere, and subtle dynamics—the fifth prelude, for instance, is an eerie cobweb of sound. Stephen Dodgson, born in 1924, studied under R. O. Morris and Patrick ttadley: his symphony won a prize in the Royal Philharmonic Society's open competition held in 1952. H.C.-J,


Oboe: Evelyn Rothwell
Bassoon: Archie Camden
Piano: Wilfrid Parry
Piano: Patrick Piggott
Flute: Geoffrey Gilbert
Clarinet: Jack Brvmer
Violin: Jean Pougnet
Viola: Frederick Riddle
Cello: William Pleeth
Harp: Marie Korchinska


Talk by Rudolf Wittkower
Durning-Lawrence Professor of the History of Art, University of London Richard Boyle, third Earl of Burlington, died two hundred years ago, on December 3, 1753. The speaker considers the ideas that inform Lord Burlington's work as an architect and some of the lesser-known aspects of his patronage, influence, and reputation.


Talk By: Rudolf Wittkower


Choir of Salisbury Cathedral
Master of the Choristers,
Douglas Guest
Douglas Guest (organ)
Great and marvellous
When David heard that Absalom was slain
Gloria tibl Trinitaa Miserere
Magnificat and Nunc dimlttls (Third
From Salisbury Cathedral


by Denis Brogan
Denis Brogan talks about the conjunction of political and religious extremism in the U.S.A.: the subjeot of a study by Ralph Lord Roy, recently published there under the title Apostles of Discord.


Unknown: Denis Brogan
Talks: Denis Brogan


John Alexandra (bassoon)
The Boyd Neel Orchestra (Leader, Granville Jones )
Conduotor, Boyd Neel


Bassoon: John Alexandra
Leader: Granville Jones
Unknown: Boyd Neel


Talk by Terence Prittie
Manchester Guardian correspondent in Germany


Talk By: Terence Prittie
Talk By: Manchester Guardian


A play in three parts by August Strindberg in a new translation and radio adaptation by Peter Watts
PART II with EHzabeth London . Evelyn Moore
Cyril Shaps , Brian Hayes
T. St John John. Reginald Hearne Mary Wimbush , Michael O'Halloran Sulwen Morgan , Hester Paton Brown
Janet Burnell , Catherine Fleming and Arthur Lawrence
Produced by Peter Watts


Unknown: August Strindberg
Unknown: Peter Watts
Unknown: Ehzabeth London
Unknown: Evelyn Moore
Unknown: Cyril Shaps
Unknown: Brian Hayes
Unknown: T. St John John.
Unknown: Reginald Hearne
Unknown: Mary Wimbush
Unknown: Michael O'Halloran
Unknown: Sulwen Morgan
Unknown: Hester Paton Brown
Unknown: Janet Burnell
Unknown: Catherine Fleming
Produced By: Peter Watts
The Mother: Ella Milne
The Confessor: Howieson Culfl
The Unknown Man: Valentine Dyall
The Lady: Catherine Salkeld
The Doctor: John Glen
' Caesar: Anthony Jacobs
A Woman: Betty Baskcomb


Quintet in F played by the Martin String Quartet:
David Martin (violin)
Neville Marriner (violin)
Eileen Grainger (viola)
Bernard Richards (cello) with Gwynne Edwards (viola)


Violin: David Martin
Violin: Neville Marriner
Viola: Eileen Grainger
Cello: Bernard Richards
Viola: Gwynne Edwards

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