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: MUSIC OF THE GOTHIC PERIOD

Pro Musica Antiqua:
Elisabeth Verlooy (soprano) Jeanne Deroubaix (contralto)
Rene Letroye (tenor) Franz Mertens (tenor)
Willy Pourtois (baritone)
Silva Devos (recorders)
Janine Tryssesoone (treble viol)
Arthur Dirkx (tenor viol)
Michel Podolski (lute)
Conductor, Safford Cape
(Recording made available by courtesy of Institut National Beige de Radiodiffusion) -

Contributors

Soprano: Elisabeth Verlooy
Contralto: Jeanne Deroubaix
Tenor: Rene Letroye
Tenor: Franz Mertens
Baritone: Willy Pourtois
Baritone: Silva Devos
Unknown: Janine Tryssesoone
Tenor: Arthur Dirkx
Unknown: Michel Podolski
Conductor: Safford Cape

: THE-GALLIC SCENE TODAY

2-Political Preoccupations in French Literature by Olivier Todd
(The recorded broadcast of Jan. 1)
Next talk: Saturday at 8.40

Contributors

Unknown: Olivier Todd

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Philip Catelinet (tuba)
BBC Northern Orchestra
(Leader, Reginald Stead )
Conductor, John Hopkins
Arthur Jacobs writes on page 4 followed by an interlude at 7.55

Contributors

Leader: Reginald Stead
Conductor: John Hopkins
Unknown: Arthur Jacobs

: ' THE WIDOW'S WOOING'

An episode from ' The Pleasant and Delectable Historic of John Winchcombe, otherwise called Jacke of Newberie,' by Thomas Deloney

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Deloney

: BACH

Preludes and Fugues from
Das wohltemperirte Clavier (Book 1):
No 22, in B flat minor No. 23, in B
No. 24, in B minor played by Rosalyn Tureck (piano) on gramophone records

Contributors

Played By: Rosalyn Tureck

: THEORIES IN SCIENCE

A discussion between
R. B. Braithwaite
Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Cambridge and Stephen Toulmin
Reader in Philosophy of Science in the University of Oxford
Both speakers have recently published books that include discussions of the subject-Professor Braithwaite's Scientific Explanation and Stephen Toulmin 's Philosophy of Science. In this programme they compare opinions.

Contributors

Unknown: R. B. Braithwaite
Unknown: Stephen Toulmin

: 'THE WALRUS AND THE CARPENTER'

A radio melodrama for some voices and a few instruments
Composed by Max Saunders to the words of Lewis Carroll
Conducted by the composer
Produced by Malcolm Baker-Smith
Another performance: tomorrow at 6.55

Contributors

Composed By: Max Saunders
Unknown: Lewis Carroll
Produced By: Malcolm Baker-Smith
The Walrus: Scott Joynt
The Carpenter: Andrew Gold
An Oyster: Marjorie Westbury
The Storyteller: Alan Reid

: PIZZETTI

Quartet in D (1933) played by the Aeolian String Quartet: Sydney Humphreys (violin)
Trevor Williams (violin)
Watson Forbes (viola)
John Moore (cello)
Another modern Italian quartet, Alfredo Casella 's Concerto for string quartet, is to be broadcast in the Third Programme on January 17.

Contributors

Violin: Sydney Humphreys
Violin: Trevor Williams
Viola: Watson Forbes
Cello: John Moore
Unknown: Alfredo Casella

: H. B. IRVING

by Sir Max Beerbohm

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Max Beerbohm

: BRAHMS

Sonata in G, Op. 78 played by Erich Gruenberg (violin)
Celia Arieli (piano)
(The recorded broadcast of Nov. 16)

Contributors

Violin: Erich Gruenberg
Piano: Celia Arieli








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