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: SWEDISH SONGS

sung by Hervey Alan (bass-baritone)
Frederick Stone (piano)

Contributors

Bass-Baritone: Hervey Alan
Piano: Frederick Stone

: IVORY TOWER AND SERVICE STATION

Three talks by Eric Ashby President and Vice-Chancellor,
The Queen's University of Belfast
2-Purpose
Some reflections on British universities after reading W. H. G. Armytage 's essays in recent numbers of The Universities Review, and R. M. Hutchins 's book The University of Utopia
(The recorded broadcast of March 12)

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Ashby
Unknown: W. H. G. Armytage
Unknown: R. M. Hutchins

: HINDEMITH

Harry Danks (viola d'amore)
Denis Vaughan (organ)
The Virtuoso Chamber Ensemble:
Edward Walker (flute)
Roger Lord (oboe)
Sidney Fell (clarinet)
Ronald Waller (bassoon)
John Burden (horn)
A section of the London Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Walter Goehr
Kammermusik No. 6, for viola d'amore and chamber orchestra
Kleine Kammermusik , for wind quintet. Op. 24 No. 2
Kammermusik No. 7, for organ and chamber orchestra
From St. Gabriel's. Cricklewood

Contributors

Viola: Harry Danks
Unknown: Denis Vaughan
Flute: Edward Walker
Oboe: Roger Lord
Bassoon: Ronald Waller
Horn: John Burden
Conducted By: Walter Goehr
Unknown: Kleine Kammermusik

: ARE WE EXPORTING TOO MUCH?

Talk by Harry Johnson
Fellow of King's College, Cambridge Mr. Johnson believes that the recent unfavourable movement in Britain's terms of trade will only be aggravated by increasing the volume of exports.

Contributors

Talk By: Harry Johnson

: Tilford Bach Festival CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Marjorie Thomas (contralto)
Norman Walker (bass)
Peter Graeme (oboe)
Emanuel Hurwitz (violin)
Eileen Croxford (cello)
Thornton Lofthouse (harpsichord)
Tilford Bach Festival Choir
The Alexandra Orchestra (Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz ) Conductor, Denys Darlow
From All Saints' Church,
Tilford, Surrey
Part 1:
Bach Sinfonta from Cantata No. 21: Ich hatte viel Bekummernis
Cantata No. 64: Widerstehe doch der
SUnde
Concerto in D minor, for violin, oboe. string orchestra, and continuo
Cantata No. 66: Ich will den Kreuzstab gerne tragen

Contributors

Contralto: Marjorie Thomas
Bass: Norman Walker
Oboe: Peter Graeme
Violin: Emanuel Hurwitz
Cello: Eileen Croxford
Harpsichord: Thornton Lofthouse
Leader: Alexandra Orchestra
Leader: Emanuel Hurwitz
Conductor: Denys Darlow
Unknown: Bach Sinfonta

: ASSOCIATION OR DISINTEGRATION

The First Decade of the French Union
Talk by Kenneth Robinson
Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford
' We shall only make an organism capable of surmounting the forces which are disintegrating the colonial system,' writes Paul Mus in his recent book Le Destin de l'Union Fran├žaise, 'if it is an organism accepting that the condition of its existence is the risk of disintegration.' Mr. Robinson examines Professor Mus's argument and reviews France's attempt to work out a new form of association with her dependent territories in the light of events since 1945.

Contributors

Talk By: Kenneth Robinson
Unknown: Paul Mus

: CONCERT

Part 2

: THE ' PURGATORIO

of Dante Alighieri
Part 6 (Cantos 28-33)

: SCHUBERT

Sonata in G, Op. 78 played by Hans Leygraf (piano)

Contributors

Played By: Hans Leygraf

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