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The Wigmore Ensemble:
Geoffrey Gilbert (flute)
Terence MacDonagh (oboe)
Jack Brymer (clarinet)
Gwydion Brooke (bassoon)
Dennis Brain (horn)
Jean Pougnet (violin) Thomas Carter (violin)
Frederick Riddle (viola)
Anthony Pini (cello)
Eugene Cruft (double-bass)
Wilfrid Parry (piano)
Maria Korchinska (harp)


Flute: Geoffrey Gilbert
Oboe: Terence MacDonagh
Clarinet: Jack Brymer
Bassoon: Gwydion Brooke
Horn: Dennis Brain
Violin: Jean Pougnet
Violin: Thomas Carter
Viola: Frederick Riddle
Cello: Anthony Pini
Double-Bass: Eugene Cruft
Piano: Wilfrid Parry
Harp: Maria Korchinska


by Florida Scott-Maxwell
3-A New Peace Between Us
This is the last of three reflective talks by Mrs. Scott-Maxwell. who has recently retired after many years' practice as an analytical psychologist.
She considers the reasons for what she believes is a change in the balance of the masculine and feminine both within and between men and women, and the new understanding which a just acknowledgment of it could bring.

: Stuttgart State Opera * FIDELIO

Libretto by Sonnleithner and Treitschke
Music by Beethoven
In order of singing (in German):
Stuttgart State Opera Chorus (Chorus-Master, Heinz Mende )
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader, Arthur Leavins )
Producer, Wieland Wagner
From the Royal Festival Hall, London (The visit of the Stuttgart State Opera has been arranged by the LCC in association with Alfred Delval )
Sc. 1: A room in the gaoler's house
Sc. 2: The inner courtyard of the prison


Chorus-Master: Heinz Mende
Leader: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Leader: Arthur Leavins
Conducted By: Ferdinand Leitner
Unknown: Wieland Wagner
Unknown: Alfred Delval
Jacquino, porter at the prison: Alfred Pfeifle
Marzellina, daughter of Rocco: Lore Wissmann
Rocco head gaoler: Otto von Rohr
Leonora, wife of Florestan, disguised under the name of Fidelio: Gre Brouwenstijn
Don Pizarro governor of the State Prison.: Gustav Neidlinger
First prisoner: Hans Blessin
Second prisoner: Alfred Wohlgemuth
Florestan, a political prisoner: Wolfgang Windgassen
Don Fernando, the Minister of State: Wilhelm Schirp


Read by Richard Wordsworth
Rosemary Harris , Cecil Bellamy
Introduced by Peter Duval Smith


Read By: Richard Wordsworth
Read By: Rosemary Harris
Unknown: Cecil Bellamy
Introduced By: Peter Duval Smith


Sc. 1: A subterranean cell in the prison Sc. 2: The square outside the prison


Donald Attwater speaks of three distinct movements in contemporary Roman Catholicism: a theological, a liturgical, and a social movement; but they are separate, he maintains, only -in a functional sense. Mr. Attwater, author of two books on the Eastern Churches and English associate editor of Worship, bases his talk on two recently published books: The Liturgical Renaissance in the Roman Catholic Church by Ernst Koenker , and Liturgical Piety by Father Louis Bouyer of the French Oratory.


Unknown: Donald Attwater
Unknown: Ernst Koenker
Unknown: Louis Bouyer




Talk by Sybil Wingate
Gladstone is often thought of as a great social reformer at home who was weak in the field of foreign policy. In fact, the speaker suggests, we are only now beginning to see the power and relevance of his ideas in the international field as the prophet of European unity and of an international conscience overriding the interests of individual nations.


Talk By: Sybil Wingate

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