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: MARCEL MULE

(saxophone) with Marthe Lenom (piano)
Sonatine sportive (Tcherepnin) Giration (Henri Tomasi ) Sonata (Claude Pascal) on gramophone records

Contributors

Piano: Marthe Lenom
Unknown: Sonatine Sportive
Unknown: Henri Tomasi

: THE SOVIET VIEW

: CHORAL CONCERT

London Philharmonic Choir Conductor, Frederic Jackson

Contributors

Conductor: Frederic Jackson

: EXPLOITATION OR SUBSIDY?

Talk by the Rt. Hon.
Walter Elliot, C.H., M.C., M.P.
Mr. Elliot reviews 'The Scottish Economy,' written by members of the staff of Glasgow University, and considers their findings in connection with those of the Royal Commission on Scottish Affairs. In particular, he considers how far Scotland is economically self-supporting.

Contributors

Unknown: Walter Elliot, C.H., M.C., M.P.

: Edinburgh International Festival ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Philharmonia Orchestra
Conducted by Guido Cantelll
From the Usher Hall, Edinburgh
Part 1: Schumann
Overture: Manfred
Symphony No. 4, in D minor

Contributors

Conducted By: Guido Cantelll

: THE LONDON SCAVENGER

An interview by Henry Mayhew
Adapted by Douglas Cleverdon from Mayhew's
' London Labour and the London Poor' with Joe Sterne and Carleton Hobbs
First of two programmes

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Mayhew
Adapted By: Douglas Cleverdon
Unknown: Joe Sterne
Unknown: Carleton Hobbs

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Part 2: Debussy
Suite: Le Martyre de St. Sébastien La Mer: three symphonic sketches
De I'aube a midi sur la mer; Jeux de vague; Dialogue du vent et de la me,r

: Flora Robson with Gladys Young and Marjorie Westbury in ' THE TURN OF THE SCREW

A version for broadcasting by E. J. King Bull of the story by Henry James
' It is the fact that there were two children, you see, that gives it the effect of ... an extra turn of the screw.'
The music composed by Gerrard Williams played by the London Chamber Orchestra conducted by Anthony Bernard Production by E. J. King Bull

Contributors

Broadcasting By: E. J. King Bull
Story By: Henry James
Composed By: Gerrard Williams
Conducted By: Anthony Bernard
Production By: E. J. King

: VERDI

Quartet in E minor, Op. 68 played by the Italian String Quartet:
Paolo Borciani (violin) Elisa Pegrefn (violin) Piero Farulli (viola) Franco Rossi (cello)

Contributors

Violin: Paolo Borciani
Violin: Elisa Pegrefn
Viola: Piero Farulli
Cello: Franco Rossi

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