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: BACH CANTATAS

CANTATA NO. 39
Brich' dem Hungrigen dein Brot
Agnes Giebel (soprano)
Lore Fischer (contralto)
Horst Giinter (bass)
Choir of Dreikonigskirche, Frankfurt
Ansbach Festival Orchestra
Conducted by Kurt Thomas
6.27 app. CANTATA no. 106
Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit
(Actus tragicus)
Horst Giinter (bass)
Thomanerchor, Leipzig
Ansbach Festival Orchestra
Conducted by Giinther Ramin

Contributors

Unknown: Hungrigen Dein Brot
Soprano: Agnes Giebel
Contralto: Lore Fischer
Bass: Horst Giinter
Conducted By: Kurt Thomas
Bass: Horst Giinter
Conducted By: Giinther Ramin

: LITERARY OPINION

No. 10
A monthly miscellany of comment and observation
Speakers:
Roger Sharrock
' Our Present Language of Discourse '
(Continued in next column)
Gwvn Williams
' Welsh Devices in English Verse ' i
Iris Murdoch I
' Simone de Beauvoir's Les Mandarins '

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Sharrock
Unknown: Gwvn Williams
Unknown: Iris Murdoch

: SCHUBERT

Quartet movement in C minor Quintet in C. Op. 163 played by the Amadeus String Quartet:
Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nissel (violin)
Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello) with William Pleeth (cello)

Contributors

Violin: Norbert Brainin
Violin: Siegmund Nissel
Viola: Peter Schidlof
Cello: Martin Lovett
Cello: William Pleeth

: WHO ARE THE WELSH?

by Glyn Daniel
Fellow of St. John's College. Cambridge, and University
Lecturer in Archaeology
A shortened version of the twenty-eighth Sir John Rhys Memorial Lecture given by Dr. Daniel at the British Academy on November 10, 1954.
(The recorded broadcast of April 8)

Contributors

Unknown: Glyn Daniel
Unknown: Sir John Rhys








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