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: RECITAL

Sidney Fell (clarinet)
Hubert Dawkes (piano)

Contributors

Clarinet: Sidney Fell
Piano: Hubert Dawkes

: LAW IN ACTION

18—Sovereign Immunities before English Courts by R. Y. Jennings
Whewell Professor of International Law in the University of Cambridge and Fellow of Jesus College

Contributors

Unknown: R. Y. Jennings

: BACH

CANTATA NO. 205
Der zufriedengestellte Aeolus

: THE NEED FOR MORE EXPORTS

Talk by Alec Cairncross
Professor of Applied Economics in the University of Glasgow
In a recent talk Harry Johnson argued that Britain might be exporting too much. Professor Cairncross disputes this suggestion.

Contributors

Talk By: Alec Cairncross

: BARTOK

Children's Game: Song: Childrpn's Dance; Lento; Allegro; Ballad; Allegretto: Allegro moderato; Old Hungarian Tune: Round Dance; Soldier's Song: Allegretto: Drinking Song; Allegro robusto: Allegretto
(For Children. Book 1) played by Geza Anda (piano) on gramophone records followed by an interlude at 8.10

Contributors

Piano: Geza Anda

: The Cambridge Union A DEBATE

The Motion:
'This House will be voting
Conservative at the Election'
Proposed by R. J. O'Neill
(Trinity College) and The Rt. Hon. lain Macleod, M.P.
(Caius College)
Opposed by A. R. Watkins
(Queens' College) and Michael Foot , M.P.
(Wadham College, Oxford)
Ex-President, Oxford Union Society
(Continued in next column)
In the Chair: John Waite
(Corpus Christi College) * President of the Union
Commentary by Rex Alston From the Cambridge Union

Contributors

Unknown: R. J. O'Neill
Unknown: A. R. Watkins
Unknown: Michael Foot
Unknown: John Waite
Commentary By: Rex Alston

: JOHN DOWLAND'S SONG BOOKS

The Fourth Book of Airss
' A Pilgrimes Solace'
The last of four programmes devised and introduced by John Beckett
Alfred Deller (counter-tenor)
Desmond Dupré (lute)
Harry Danks (treble viol)
Robert Donington (bass viol)
If that a sinner's sighs; Stay, Time, awhile thy flying; In this trembling shadow cast; Go nightly cares; In darkness let me dwell

Contributors

Introduced By: John Beckett
Introduced By: Alfred Deller
Unknown: Desmond Dupré
Unknown: Harry Danks
Bass: Robert Donington

: RONSARD

Sonnets read in French by Pierre Le fevre and in the English of Charles Maclnnes by Alan Wheatley.

Contributors

Unknown: Pierre Le Fevre
Unknown: Alan Wheatley.

: The Cambridge Union DEBATE

Conclusion of the Debate and the Division

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