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: VICTORIAN HUMANITY

4—Towards a Humane Economy by W. L. Burn
Professor of History
In the University of Durham
Bv 1860, religion-in which the elements of love and compassion were emphasised —had become part of the national tradition, even of the national policy.

: CONTEMPORARY MUSIC

Veretti was born in Verona in 1900. His Violin Sonata, dedicated ' to an imaginary daughter,' ft In three movements.
Kirchner, an American composer, pupil of Roger Sessions , wrote his String Quartet in 1949. The movements are: Allegro, Adagio, Divertimento, Adagio.
Matsudeira was born in Tokyo in 1907. This work is based on themes from the ' Gagaku,' the old court music of Japan.

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Sessions

: JEAN PIAGET

Talk by W. Mays
Lecturer in Philosophy in the University of Manchester
Piaget's investigation of the mental development of children has raised some interesting questions for both psychologists and philosophers. This talk, given by one of his collaborators, is an introduction to the man and his work.

Contributors

Talk By: W. Mays

: ' MIREIO '

Extracts from the poem in twelve cantons by Frederic Mistral (1830-1914)
Translated by Naomi Lewis
Read by Robert Eddison and Maureen Robinson
Provencal readers:
Jean Bonnel and Renee Floret
Programme arranged and introduced by Rayner Heppenstall

Contributors

Unknown: Frederic Mistral
Translated By: Naomi Lewis
Read By: Robert Eddison
Read By: Maureen Robinson
Readers: Jean Bonnel
Unknown: Renee Floret
Introduced By: Rayner Heppenstall

: ARTHUR HONEGGER

Felix Aprahamian Introduces a programme of music on records
Items Include Prelude. Fugue, and Postlude for orchestra (Amphion); Concerto da camera for flute, cor anglais, and strings; and excerpts from Judith and King David Records of music by Manuel de Falla , introduced by Anthony Bernard : March 13

Contributors

Introduces: Felix Aprahamian
Music By: Manuel de Falla
Introduced By: Anthony Bernard

: Stephen Murray and Maxine Auilley in ' JUDAS ISCARIOT'

A play in verse by David Bulwer Lutyens
Characters in order of speaking:
Produced by Mary Hope Allen

Contributors

Unknown: David Bulwer Lutyens
Produced By: Mary Hope Allen
Narrator: T St John Barry
John, the Beloved Apostle: Martin Starkle
Peter: Leonard White
Matthew: Allan Cuthbertson
Mary Magdalene: Maxine Audley
Judas Iscariot: Stephen Murray
Thomas: Denis Goacher
Servant of the High Priest: Edward Kelsey
Annas, High Priest of Israel: John Ruddock
First Roman soldier: Edward Kelsey
Second Roman soldier: Edward Jewesbury
Paulus, another Roman soldier: Richard Bebb
A Temple maid: Beth Boyd
Cataphas, High Priest of Israel: John Wyse
A Rabbi: Owen Berry
A Pharisee: Edward Jewesbury
A Sadducee: Wilfred Fletcher
Luke: Preston Lockwood

: TUDOR AND JACOBEAN CHURCH MUSIC

Thomas Weelkes
The Ambrosian Singers
Conducted by Douglas Guest
Gloria in excelsis Deo
0 how amiable are thy dwellings 0 Jonathan
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis
Last of a series of six programmes arranged by Denis Stevens

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Weelkes
Conducted By: Douglas Guest
Arranged By: Denis Stevens








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