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: THE HISTORY AND HISTORIANS OF BRITISH INDIA

Talk by C.H. Philips
Professor of Oriental History in the University of London
(The recorded broadcast of November 20, 1955)

: SONATA RECITAL

Yfrah Neaman (violin)
Howard Ferguson (piano)
Five Madrigal Stanzas Martlnu Sonata in F minor, Op. 80..Prokoflev

Contributors

Piano: Howard Ferguson

: 'TWO FATHERS'

Short story by P.B. Abercrombie
Read by Derek Hart
followed by an interlude at 7.50

Contributors

Read By: Derek Hart

: Mozart 'TITUS'

(' La Clemenza di Tito
An opera in two acts
Libretto by Caterino Mazzola after Metastasio.
English version by E. and M. Radford
Titus (Richard Lewis )
Vitellia (Joan Sutherland )
Sextus (Monica Sinclair )
Servilia (Jennifer Vyvyan )
Annius (Anna Pollak )
Publius (Thomas Hemslfiy ,
BBC Chorus
London Mozart Players
Conducted by John Pritcharu
Producer, Geoffrey Dunn
Repetiteur, Bryan Balkwili
Act i
(Joan Sutherland broadcasts ny permission of the General Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Ltd; Anna Pollak , by permission of Sadler's Wells Trust.
Ltd.)

Contributors

Unknown: Caterino Mazzola
Unknown: M. Radford
Unknown: Richard Lewis
Unknown: Joan Sutherland
Unknown: Monica Sinclair
Unknown: Jennifer Vyvyan
Unknown: Anna Pollak
Unknown: Thomas Hemslfiy
Conducted By: John Pritcharu
Producer: Geoffrey Dunn
Repetiteur: Bryan Balkwili
Unknown: Joan Sutherland
Unknown: Anna Pollak

: THE EYE GODDESS

by O.G.S. Crawford , C.B.E.
An attempt to establish a con nection between the Mesopota mian cult of Isthar and the later megalithic cults or West ern Europe.

Contributors

Unknown: O.G.S. Crawford

: POEMS FROM BYZANTIUM

A programme of new translations from Byzantine religious poetry
Selected and introduced by C.A. Trypanis
Professor of Byzantine and Modern Green in the University of Oxford (The recorded broadcast of August 8, 1955)

: VIVALDI AND TELEMANN

Sinfonia in B minor (Vivaldi.
Collegium Musicum, Zurich,
Conductor, Paul Sacher
Flute Concerto (Vivaldi) :
Andr6 Jaunet (flute)
Collegium Musicum , Zurich,
Conductor, Paul Sacher
Suite: Don Quixote (Telemann);
Orchestra of Bayerischer Rundfunk. Conducted by Johannes Weissenbach
(Recordings)

Contributors

Conductor: Paul Sacher
Flute: Collegium Musicum
Conductor: Paul Sacher
Unknown: Don Quixote
Conducted By: Johannes Weissenbach








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