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: THE ANTI-PROTON

Talk by OR Frisch. F.R.S.,
Jackson ian Professor of Natural Philosophy,
University of Cambridge

: BEETHOVEN

Quartet in F. Op. 59 No. played by Julian Sitkovetski (violin)
Anton Scharoyer (violin)
Rudolf Barshai (viola)
Yakov Slobodkin (cello)

Contributors

Violin: Julian Sitkovetski
Violin: Anton Scharoyer
Viola: Rudolf Barshai
Cello: Yakov Slobodkin

: COMMENT

A topical programme on the arts, literature, and entertainment.

: JOHN CLARE

A reading of his poetry by John Glen , arranged and introduced by James Reeves

Contributors

Unknown: John Glen
Duced By: James Reeves

: PALESTRINA

BBC Midland Chorus Conductor, John Lowe
Motet: Quae est Ista (The Song of Songs) Motet Trane me poste te (The Song of Songs)
From the Oratory. Birmingham

Contributors

Conductor: John Lowe

: THOMAS CBANMEB

and the Book of Common Prayer Talk by Norman Sykes Dixie Professor of Ecclesiastical History, University of Cambridge.

Contributors

Talk By: Norman Sykes Dixie

: - ...OUR LATE INCOMPARABLE BRINSLEY

(Recording ot Monday's broadcast)

: BARTOK

Andor Foldes (piano)
I'wn Rumanian Dances (1909-11); Four Dirges (1909-10) . Three Buresques (1908-11) : Fifteen Hungarian Peasant Songs (1914-17); Improvisations (1920)
Next programme : March 25

: A TIME TO RECALL

A talk by Michael Tippett on the Mozart bicentenary.

Contributors

Talk By: Michael Tippett

: WAGNER

Siegfried Idyll played by the Philharmonia Orchestra
Conducted by Guido Cantelll on gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Guido Cantelll

: Close Down

Next week in the Third Programme gramophone records of a rehearsal and performance of Mozart s Linz Symphony, by the Columbia Symphony Orchestra. conducted by Bruno Walter (Sunday)

Contributors

Conducted By: Bruno Walter








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