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: CHAMBER MUSIC

Harry Danks (viola) Robert Collet (piano)
The Wigmore Ensemble:
Geoffrey Gilbert (flute), Terence MacDonagh (oboe). Peter Newbury (oboe). Jack Brymer (clarinet), Walter Lear (clarinet). Gwydion Brooke (bassoon), Edward Wilson (bassoon), Edmund Chapman (horn), Ian Beers (horn), Jean Pougnet (violin), Thomas Carter (violin), Frederick Riddle (viola). Anthony Pini (cello), Maria Korchinska (harp)

Contributors

Viola: Harry Danks
Piano: Robert Collet
Flute: Geoffrey Gilbert
Flute: Terence MacDonagh
Oboe: Peter Newbury
Oboe: Jack Brymer
Clarinet: Walter Lear
Clarinet: Gwydion Brooke
Bassoon: Edward Wilson
Bassoon: Edmund Chapman
Horn: Ian Beers
Horn: Jean Pougnet
Violin: Thomas Carter
Viola: Frederick Riddle
Viola: Anthony Pini
Cello: Maria Korchinska

: ON NOT FINISHING BUILDINGS

Interior Design and the Modern Movement
Talk by Ian McCallum ,
A.R.I.B.A.

Contributors

Talk By: Ian McCallum

: HINDEMITH

Sonata
Stuart Knussen (double-bass)
Charles Spinks (piano)

Contributors

Double-Bass: Stuart Knussen
Piano: Charles Spinks

: FRANCE AND NORTH AFRICA: A PROBLEM OF RELATIONSHIPS

A group of five talks
5-The Tunisian Experiment by Si Mohammed Masmoudi
Minister of National Economy in Tunisia
This talk is to be given in French: a translation will be broadcast at io.o p.m.

Contributors

Unknown: Si Mohammed Masmoudi

: 'THE BAIT'

A play in verse by James Merrill
Produced by Mary Hope Allen

Contributors

Produced By: Mary Hope Allen
Narrator: Rolf Lefebvre
John: Richard Hurndall
Julie, his fiancee: Pamela Alan
Gilbert, her brother: Phil Brown
Charles, her husband: Simon Lack

: Composer and Interpreter BEETHOVEN

Symphony No. 9, in D minor
Luise Helletsgruber (soprano)
Rosette Anday (contralto)
Georg Maikl (tenor)
Richard Mayr (bass- baritone)
Vienna State Opera Chorus
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducted by Felix Weingartncr on gramophone records

Contributors

Soprano: Luise Helletsgruber
Contralto: Rosette Anday
Tenor: Georg Maikl
Bass: Richard Mayr
Conducted By: Felix Weingartncr

: FRANCE AND NORTH AFRICA: A PROBLEM OF RELATIONSHIPS

5-The Tunisian Experiment
An English version of the talk broadcast at 7.45, translated and read by John Cocking , Professor of French Language and Literature in the University of London.

Contributors

Read By: John Cocking

: ORLANDO GIBBONS AND HIS FAMILY

(Continued in next column)
Susi Jeans (organ)
Thurston Dart (virginals)
The London Consort of Viols:
Harry Danks. Stanley Wootton
Sylvia Putterill. Robert Donington
Henry Revell
The Golden Age Singers:
Margaret Field-Hyde
Elizabeth Osborn. Helen Watts John Whitworth. René
Soames Gordon Clinton
Directed by Margaret Field-Hyde
The Choir of Hampstead Parish Church
Conductor, Martindale Sidwell
The second of two programmes devised by Susi Jeans

Contributors

Unknown: Susi Jeans
Unknown: Thurston Dart
Unknown: Harry Danks.
Unknown: Stanley Wootton
Unknown: Sylvia Putterill.
Unknown: Robert Donington
Unknown: Henry Revell
Singers: Margaret Field-Hyde
Singers: Elizabeth Osborn.
Unknown: Helen Watts
Unknown: John Whitworth.
Unknown: Soames Gordon Clinton
Directed By: Margaret Field-Hyde

: READING A POEM

* 2 — Dejection' an Ode by S. T. Coleridge
Talk by A. Alvarez
The poem is read by Christopher Hassall before and after the talk
In this series critics are invited to take a single poem and examine it in as much detail as they see fit in order to bring out the full meaning.

Contributors

Unknown: S. T. Coleridge
Talk By: A. Alvarez
Read By: Christopher Hassall

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