Thurston Dart (harpsichord)
La Castelane; L'Etincelante; Les Graces naturelles; La Zenobie;Les Fastes de la grande et ancienne Menestrandise; Les Notables et Jures; Les Vielleux et les Gueux; Les Jongleurs, Sauteurs, et Saltimbanques; Les Invalides; Desordre et deroute de toute la troupe
Les Lys naissants; Les Roseaux; L'Engageante; Les Folies francaises; La Virginite; L'Ardeur; La Fidelite; La Perseverance; La Coquetterie; Les Vieux galants et les Tresorieres surannees; Les Coucous benevoles; La Jalousie taciturne; La Frenesie; L'Ame en peine
Seventh of a series of programmes of keyboard music by Couperin
The Deadly Sins of Sloth, Envy, and Anger
Written by H.A.L. Craig
[Starring] Hugh Burden
The Sons - Placide (Anger):
The Sons - Evelyn (Envy):
The Sons - Benjamin (Sloth):
Characters in Evelyn's play - Brother Benjy:
Characters in Evelyn's play - Father Abbot:
Characters in Evelyn's play - Ghost:
Talk by Andrew Shonfield
During a recent visit to India Andrew Shonfield was impressed by the position occupied by the State in the Indian economy, and by the harmonious relationship existing between it and private enterprise. In this talk he examines the causes that have contributed to this situation and the implications for the future.
by William Plomer
Mr. Plomer attributes the failure of his unfinished Memoirs of an Emigrant to his being himself a displaced person without fixed roots in one society.
(The recorded broadcast of Oct. 29)
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