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(Leader, Reginald Stead )
Conducted by Stanford Robinson


Leader: Reginald Stead
Conducted By: Stanford Robinson


The Beginning or End of European Unity?
Raymond Aron, diplomatic correspondent of Le Figaro and professor at the Institut des Sciences Politiques de Pans, talks about France's attitude to Europe after the London and Paris Conferences.


Adele Leigh (soprano)
Frederick Stone (piano)


Soprano: Adele Leigh
Piano: Frederick Stone


A discussion by the Epiphany Philosophers


Sonatas: F sharp. C minor,F played by Fernando Valenti (harpsichord) on gramophone records


Harpsichord: Fernando Valenti

: The Inferno

of Dante Alighieri
A reading in six parts
Part 5 (Cantos 23-28)


Quartet in G minor
Op. 54 No. 1 played by the Allegri Quartet: Eli Goren (violin)
James Barton (violin) Patrick Ireland (viola) William Pleeth (cello)
This is the first of five programmes devoted to the string quartets of Max Reger (1873-1916). Writing some twenty-five years ago of Reger's chamber music as a whole, Dr. Egon Wellesz said that it was ' of a magnitude without parallel at the present time. A life's work which can be measured only by the standard of the old masters.... and-in individual instances-of a truly classical greatness.'
Quartet in A, Op. 64 No. 2: Nov. 10


Violin: Eli Goren
Violin: James Barton
Viola: Patrick Ireland
Cello: William Pleeth

: Revolution at Bayreuth

E.M. Forster speaks about his recent visit to the Wagner Festival at Bayreuth.


Speaker: E.M. Forster


Sonata in D (K.284)
Sonata In B flat (K.333) played by Celia Arieli (piano)


Played By: Celia Arieli

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