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: BUSONI

Sonatina ad usum infantis
Madeline M. Americanae (1915)
Sonatina brevis in signo
Joannis Sebastiani Magni (1919) played by Philip Levi (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Madeline M. Americanae
Unknown: Joannis Sebastiani Magni
Piano: Philip Levi

: ART UNDER GROUND

Talk by Geoffrey Grigson
The speaker gives some impressions of paleolithic art, not only at Lascaux but m less famous French caverns such as Peche Merle, Niaux, Les Combarelles, and the newly opened cave at Cougnac.
(The recorded broadcast of Sept. 23)

Contributors

Talk By: Geoffrey Grigson

: Composer and Interpreter SCHUBERT

Symphony No. 9 in C played by the Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam
Conducted by Josef Krips on gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Josef Krips

: ON COMPARING THE BRAIN WITH MACHINES

Two talks by D. M. MacKay
Lecturer in Physics at King's College, London
I-Motive and Methods

Contributors

Unknown: D. M. MacKay

: CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN POETRY

An anthology compiled and introduced by W. S. Merwin
Readers: William Sylvester
Guy Kingsley Poynter , Marvin Kane
William Sylvester and Guy Kingsley Poynter are in Teahouse of the August Moon ' at Her Majesty's Theatre, London) followed by an Interlude at 8.26

Contributors

Introduced By: W. S. Merwin
Readers: William Sylvester
Readers: Guy Kingsley Poynter
Readers: Marvin Kane
Unknown: William Sylvester
Unknown: Guy Kingsley

: The English Opera Group in 'A DINNER ENGAGEMENT'

An opera in one act
Libretto by Paul Dehn
Music by Lennox Berkeley
English Opera Group
Chamber Orchestra
(Leader, Olive Zorian )
Conducted BY Vilem TAUSKY
Producer, William Chappell
The action takes place in the kitchen in the Chelsea home of the impoverished Earl of Dunmow.
From Sadler's Wells Theatre, London

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Dehn
Leader: Olive Zorian
Conducted By: Vilem Tausky
Unknown: William Chappell
An errand boy: John Ford
The Earl of Dunmow: Frederick Sharp
The Countess of Dunmow: Emelie Hooke
Susan, their daughter: April Cantelo
Mrs Kneebone, a hired help: Catherine Lawson
H R H the Grand Duchess of Monte blanco: Flora Nielsen
H R H Prince Philippe her son: Alexander Young

: 'THE COURT OF MIRACLES'

by Jean Prieur
Translated from the French by Rupert Gleadow
Adapted for radio by Morven Cameron
Production by Hugh Stewart

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Prieur
Unknown: Rupert Gleadow
Production By: Hugh Stewart
Elizabeth: Gillian Maude
Joanna: Virginia Winter
Eva: Gabrielle Blunt
Franz: Allan Jeayes
Manuel: Arthur Lawrence
Fanny: Grizelda Hervey
A schoolmistress: Molly Rankin
Father Gerhard: Heron Carvic
Apoilinarius: John van Eyssen
Bruno: Michael O'Halloran

: THE PROGRESS OF KEYBOARD MUSIC

Michael Thomas (clavichord)
Fourth of twelve programmes

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Thomas

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