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: RECITAL

June Wilson (soprano)
Clifton Helliwell (piano)

Contributors

Soprano: June Wilson
Piano: Clifton Helliwell

: POLITICAL CONFLICT IN AMERICAN PROTESTANTISM

by Denis Brogan
Denis Brogan raits about the conjunction of political and religious extremism in the U.S.A.: the subject of a study by Ralph Lord Roy , recently published there under the title Apostles of Discord.
(The recorded broadcast of Dec. 15)

Contributors

Unknown: Denis Brogan
Unknown: Denis Brogan
Unknown: Ralph Lord Roy

: REGER

Sonatinas (Op. 89)
No. 1, in E minor; No. 2. in D played by Celia Arieli (piano)
Sonaninas Nos. 3 and 4, played by Celia Arieli : February 10

Contributors

Piano: Celia Arieli
Played By: Celia Arieli

: THE OCEAN

The Evolution of Oceans by Maurice N. Hill
Fellow of King's College. Cambridge
Nearly a dozen conferences on various aspects ot the sea were held during 1953. This is the first of a number of talks reflecting the present interest in oceanography.
To be repeated on February 1
Next talk: February 26

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice N. Hill

: CONCERT OF ITALIAN MUSIC

Part 1
Giuseppe Torelli
VIOLIN CONCERTOS (Op. 8)
No. 9, in E minor; No. 11, in F;
No. 12, in D
Louis Kaufman (violin)
The Goldsbrough Orchestra
(Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz )
Julian Bream (lute)
Charles Spinks (harpsichord)
Terence Weil (cello)
Directed by Louis Kaufman
From the Goldsmiths' Hall, Foster Lane, London. (By permission of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths)

Contributors

Violin: Giuseppe Torelli
Violin: Louis Kaufman
Leader: Emanuel Hurwitz
Leader: Julian Bream
Harpsichord: Charles Spinks
Cello: Terence Weil
Directed By: Louis Kaufman

: Letter from Paris 'JEAN COCTEAU:

the cat that walks by itself'
Talk by Jean Cocteau
(in French)
To be repeated on January 31

Contributors

Talk By: Jean Cocteau

: CONCERT OF ITALIAN MUSIC

Part 2
Alessandro Scarlatti
IL MARTIRIO DI SANTA ORSOLA
From the Goldsmiths' Hall, London The names of those taking part in this work are as printed yesterday at
5.55.

Contributors

Unknown: Alessandro Scarlatti
Unknown: Il Martirio Di Santa Orsola

: FOUR PIANISTS

A series of illustrated talks by Edward Sackville-West
4-Moriz Rosenthal
In each of these talks Edward Sackvlle-West has considered the characteristic style of a particular pianist, his approach to his repertoire, and his interpretation of the great, works in it.

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Sackville-West
Unknown: Moriz Rosenthal

: POEMA DE MIO CID

A new translation into English by W. S. Merwin of the medieval Spanish epic
Produced by Terence Tiller
Cantar 2: Part
The King of Morocco is defeated, leaving much piunder with the Cid, who now plans to obtain good marriages for has two daughters. King Alfonso recalls rhe Gd from ex.le, and bestows the two g:rls in marriage with the Princelings of Carrion.

Contributors

Unknown: W. S. Merwin
Produced By: Terence Tiller
Narrator: James McKechnie
El Cid: Oliver Bnrt
Alvar Fanez: Marne Maitland
Dona Jimena: Nicolette Bernard
King Alfonso of Castille: Raf de la Torre
Fernando of Carrion: Martin Starkie
Diego of Carrion: David Spenser
Garcia Ordonez: David Poulson
Pedro Bermudez: Tom Lake
Don Jerome: Ralph Truman
Dona Elvira: Marjorie Westbury
A Knight: Geoffrey Matthews

: CONRADIN KREUTZER

(1780-1849)
Grand Septet in E flat. Op. 62 played by members of the Vienna Octet:
Willi Boskovsky (violin)
GUnther Breitenbach (viola)
Nicolaus Hiibner (cello)
Johann Krump (double-bass)
Alfred Boskovsky (clarinet)
Rudolf Hanzl (bassoon)
Josef Veleba (horn) on gramophone records

Contributors

Violin: Willi Boskovsky
Viola: Gunther Breitenbach
Cello: Nicolaus Hiibner
Double-Bass: Johann Krump
Clarinet: Alfred Boskovsky
Bassoon: Rudolf Hanzl
Horn: Josef Veleba








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