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: THE LANGUAGE OF CRITICISM

Three talks by John Holloway
I-Words in Judgment
The instrument of literary criticism is language. Mr. Holloway, University Lecturer in English at Cambridge, examines this instrument. Is it always under control or does it sometimes take on a life of its own? A preliminary difficulty is that the terms of literary criticism are not neutral: they are often judgments in themselves.
(The recorded broadcast of Nov. 21)
Second talk: Friday at 6.45

Contributors

Unknown: John Holloway

: MOZART and BARTOK

The Vegh String Quartet Sandor Vegh , Sandor Zbldy Georges Janzer , Paul Szabo

Contributors

Unknown: Sandor Vegh
Unknown: Sandor Zbldy
Unknown: Georges Janzer
Unknown: Paul Szabo

: POEMS BY ROBERT NICHOLS

Read by Richard Wordsworth and John Glen
Introduced by Peter Duval Smith from material supplied mainly by Milton Waldman

Contributors

Read By: Richard Wordsworth
Read By: John Glen
Introduced By: Peter Duval Smith
Unknown: Milton Waldman

: SCARLATTI

Sonatas
E (L.373: K.28); C (L.457: K.132): C (L.282:K.133); E (L.25:K.46); F minor (L.27 : K238): F minor (L.281: K.239) A (L.2.38: K.208): A (L.428: K.209); E (L.323: K.215); E (L. 273: K216) played by Ralph Kirkpatrick (harpsichord)
See also Thursday at 9.30
The sonatas are given the Longo numbers, followed by those allotted to them in Ralph Kirkpatrick's comprehensive book on Scarlatti (published in 1953) in which he points out that many of the sonatas were conceived in pairs, with one of a pair sometimes in a minor key and the other in the major.

Contributors

Harpsichord: Ralph Kirkpatrick

: THE SURVIVAL OF THE GONCOURTS

Robert Baldick speaks about Les Frères Goncourt, a new biographical study by Andre Billy , and considers the place of the Goncourts in French literary history.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Baldick
Unknown: Andre Billy

: ' TARTUFFE

by Moliere
Translated by F. Anstey
Adapted and produced by Martyn C. Webster
Characters in order of speaking:
Music composed by James Bernard conducted by John Hollingsworth

Contributors

Translated By: F. Anstey
Produced By: Martyn C. Webster
Composed By: James Bernard
Conducted By: John Hollingsworth
Madame Pernelle, Orgon's mother: Dorothy Holmes-Gore
Elmire, Orgon's second wife: Mary Wimbush
Dorine, Mariane's maid: Barbara Lott
Damis, Orgon's son by his first marriage: Derek Hart
Mariane, Orgon's daughter by his first marriage: Sara Gregory
Cleante, Elmire's brother: Denis Goacher
Orgon Elmire's husband: Ivan Samson
Tartuffe: Frank Pettingell
Valere, in love with Mariane: David Peel
Monsieur Loyal: Jeffrey Segal
An Officer of the King's Guard: Conrad Phillips

: GORDON JACOB

Wilfred Smith (piccolo)
John Francis (flute and alto flute)
Lionel Solomon (flute)
Joy Boughton (oboe)
Cyril Chapman (clarinet)
The Element Quartet:
Ernest Element (violin)
Kenneth Page (violin)
Dorothy Hemming (viola)
Oliver Brookes (cello)
Introduction and Fugue, for piccolo, tiute, and alto flute
Three Inventions, for flute and oboQ Clarinet Quintet

Contributors

Unknown: Wilfred Smith
Flute: John Francis
Flute: Lionel Solomon
Oboe: Joy Boughton
Clarinet: Cyril Chapman
Violin: Ernest Element
Violin: Kenneth Page
Viola: Dorothy Hemming
Cello: Oliver Brookes

: FRONTIERS OF VIRUS RESEARCH

Talk by Kenneth M. Smith , F.R.S.
Director. Virus Research Unit, Agricultural Research Council,
Cambridge
Twenty years ago not a single virus had ever been seen or isolated-they were known solely by their effects-whereas today scientists have some knowledge even of their internal structure. Dr. Smith describes how these changes have come about and what their implications are.

Contributors

Talk By: Kenneth M. Smith








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