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A drama in three continuous acts by André Obey
Translated from the French by John Whiting
Radio adaptation and production by Raymond Raikes


Unknown: André OBEy
Unknown: John Whiting
Production By: Raymond Raikes


Virtuosi di Koma: Renato Zanfini (oboe)
Luigi Ferro (violin) Franco Gulli (violin)
Edmondo Malanotte (violin)
Guido Mozzato (violin)
Alberto Poltronieri (violin)
Remy Principe (violin)
Renzo Sabatini
(viola and viola d'amore) Alfredo Sabbadini (viola)
Benedetto Mazzacurati (cello)
Arturo Bonucci (cello)
Salvatore Pitzianti (double-bass)
Carlo Vidusso
(piano and harpsichord)
Conductor, Renato Fasano
Part 1
Concerto Grosso in D, Op. 6 No. 4, for two violins, cello, and atrings.Corelli
(Continued in next column) Allegro; Largo; Allegro
(The Virtuosi di Roma broadcasts by arrangement with S. A. Gorlinsky , Ltd.)
Harold Rutland writes on page 6
This is the first of two public concerts arranged by the Third Programme in collaboration with Glyndebourne. The second concert: tomorrow at 5.30 p.m.


Oboe: Renato Zanfini
Violin: Luigi Ferro
Violin: Franco Gulli
Violin: Edmondo Malanotte
Violin: Guido Mozzato
Violin: Alberto Poltronieri
Violin: Remy Principe
Viola: Renzo Sabatini
Viola: Alfredo Sabbadini
Cello: Benedetto Mazzacurati
Cello: Arturo Bonucci
Double-Bass: Salvatore Pitzianti
Unknown: Carlo Vidusso
Conductor: Renato Fasano
Arrangement With: S. A. Gorlinsky


Talk by Terence Prittie
Manchester Guardian correspondent in Germany


Talk By: Terence Prittie


A lecture by Gilbert MurrayO.M. ,
The Presidential Address at the Classical Association's Jubilee Meeting held in the Senate House of the University of London on April 8


Unknown: Gilbert Murrayo.M.


Talk by the Rev. Illtud Evans, O.P. of Blackfriars,
Oxford Father Evans talks about the function of the Liturgy as expressing ttoe Church at work. He develops die thesis of the Liturgy a medium of teachingand refers to the results of the liturgical revival in the Latin rite. His talk also includes a description of the resrored Vigil of Easter, with illustrations recorded in Downside Abbey.


Unknown: Rev. Illtud Evans, O.P.
Talks: Oxford Father Evans


Quatre Etudes de Rythme
He de feu 1;
Mode de valeurs et d'intensites: Neumes rythmiques; Ile de feu 2 played by the composer

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