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.by C. H. Trevor


Unknown: C. H. Trevor


A series of seven talks
This series is an attempt to assess some of the failures and achievements in planning and architecture over the past ten years and to outline some new conceptions which might find support in the next decade.
1-Planning: Local and Regionalby H. Myles Wright
Lever Professor of Civic Design in the University of Liverpool
Most people in this country are now agreed in deploring the further outward growth of the conurbations and big industrial cities while much of their central districts remains decayed; the reappearance of ribbon development; and the continued merging of town and country into the half-and-half land recently labelled * subtopia.' Professor Wright suggests some possible new lines of action.


Unknown: H. Myles Wright


Cast in order of singing:
Glyndebourne Festival Chorus
(Chorus Master. Peter Gellhorn )
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader, Arthur Leavins )
Producer, Peter Ebert
Head of Music Staff, Jani Strasser
Scene 1: Leonora's bedchamber in her father's castle near Seville
Scene 2: The kitchen of an inn in the mountain village of Hornachuelos
Scene 3: The monastery of Hornachuelos
8.25 app. Interval
8.35 app. ACT 2
Scene 1: A battlefield near Velletri in Italy Scene 2: Another part of the battlefield Scene 3: A military camp
9.35 app. Interval
9.40 app. Act 3
Scene 1: The monastery of Hornachuelos Scene 2: Leonora's refuge in the mountains


Chorus Master: Peter Gellhorn
Leader: Arthur Leavins
Conducted By: John Pritchard
Unknown: Peter Ebert
Unknown: Jani Strasser

: PIERRE RONSARD (1524-1585)

A selection of his shorter poems made and introduced by Rayner Heppenstall
Read in French by Michel Bouquet , Madeleine Renaud. and Jean Vilar , and in English by Robert Harris and Maureen Robinson
Translations by Frances Cornford , Naomi Lewis , and Humbert Wolfe


Introduced By: Rayner Heppenstall
Unknown: Michel Bouquet
Unknown: Madeleine Renaud.
Unknown: Jean Vilar
Unknown: Robert Harris
Unknown: Maureen Robinson
Unknown: Frances Cornford
Unknown: Naomi Lewis
Unknown: Humbert Wolfe


Sonata No. 1, in B minor Sonata No. 4, in C played by Julius Baker (flute)
Sylvia Marlowe (harpsichord) on gramophone records


Flute: Julius Baker
Harpsichord: Sylvia Marlowe

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