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: REGER

Quartet No. 4, in E flat, Op. 109 played by the New London Quartet
Quartet No. 5: Friday at 6.0

: SOVIET AFFAIRS

Moscow after Ten Years
Talk by John Lawrence

Contributors

Talk By: John Lawrence

: Orestes

A radiophonic opera devised and composed by Henk Badinga
Text by Jan Starink
English version by Ary van Nierop and Michael Flanders

Contributors

Composed By: Henk Badinga
Unknown: Ary van Nierop
Unknown: Michael Flanders

: ' SOMEWHAT NEARER TO THE HEART OF CREATION'

Some reminiscences of Paul Klee by Bruno Adler on the fifteenth anniversary of Klee's death

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Klee
Unknown: Bruno Adler

: Bach: The Art of the Fugue

Prepared for performance by Leonard Isaacs
Played by the London Harpsichord Ensemble
Part 2
Part 3: Saturday at 22.35

Contributors

Unknown: Leonard Isaacs

: Peter Coke in SCHWEIGER

by Franz Werfel
English version for broadcasting by George Merritt

Contributors

Unknown: Franz Werfel
Broadcasting By: George Merritt

: ORGAN MUSIC IN THE REIGN OF HENRY VIII

6-Music for the Feast of St. Lawrence and for Trinity Sunday
Ralph Downes (organ)
A section of the Choir of Brompton Oratory
Director, Henry Washington
From Brompton Oratory
Last of a series of programmes arranged by Denis Stevens

Contributors

Unknown: Ralph Downes
Director: Henry Washington
Arranged By: Denis Stevens

: THE NEW OXFORD HISTORY OF MUSIC

Volume 2
A review by Gustave Reese
Volume 2, the first volume of this new series to be published, covers early medieval music up to 1300.
Gustave Reese is Professor of Music in the University of New York.
(The recorded broadcast of Dec. 12)

Contributors

Review By: Gustave Reese
Unknown: Gustave Reese

: SZYMANOWSKI

Sonata in D minor, Op. 9 played by David Oistrakh (violin)
Vladimir Yampolsky (piano) on gramophone records

Contributors

Violin: David Oistrakh
Piano: Vladimir Yampolsky

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