Max Rostal (violin)
BBC Northern Orchestra
(Leader, Reginald Stead )
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Prologue, Variations, and Finale
Symphony No. 2, in B minor Borodin
The work by Franz Reizenstein exists in two versions, one with piano, the other with orchestra; each was separately conceived for its own medium. It is dedicated to Max Rostai, who performed for the first tune, with piano, in 1938. This is the first performance of the orchestral version
Talk by A. J. P. Taylor on the 100th anniversary of Bright's speech in the House of Commons when the Crimean War was declared
This is a shortened version of the lecture given last December at the John Rylands Library, Manchester.
A talk by Geoffrey Tyson on the problems of finance for underdeveloped territories
Mr. Tyson spent many years in India as editor of Capital, a British financial newspaper in Calcutta. He also represented British commercial interests in rhe former Indian Central Legislative Assembly.
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