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: Bach

Sonata No. 1, in G (S.1027) played by August Wenzinger (viola da gamba)
Fritz Neumeyer (harpsichord) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Viola da Gamba: August Wenzinger
Harpsichordist: Fritz Neumeyer

: The Christian Churches in the Middle East

by Steven Runciman

In his second talk on Christian minorities, Steven Runciman examines their political background.
(The recorded broadcast of Oct. 27)

Contributors

Speaker: Steven Runciman

: Rossini: Petite Messe Solenelle

(1863, orchestrated by the composer, 1865)
Pauline Brockless (soprano), Helen Watts (contralto), Walter Midgley (tenor),
Trevor Anthony (bass-baritone)
BBC Chorus (Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate)
BBC Symphony Orchestra (Leader, Paul Beard)
Conductor, Sir Malcolm Sargent

Another performance: Saturday, 8.20
Ernest Bradbury writes on page 4

Contributors

Composer: Gioachino Rossini
Soprano: Pauline Brockless
Contralto: Helen Watts
Tenor: Walter Midgley
Bass-Baritone: Trevor Anthony
Chorus-Master: Leslie Woodgate
Leader: Paul Beard
Conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent

: The Chemical Basis of Life: 3: The Problem of Protein Synthesis

by E. F. Gale SC.D., F.R.S., Director of the M.R.C. Unit for Chemical Microbiology, Cambridge
A series of six talks.

Proteins are the characteristic 'stuff' of living matter, and the way in which they are formed is perhaps the biggest and most important problem that remains to be solved in the field of biochemistry.
(To be repeated on February 19)
(The Role of Nucleic Acids, by Dr. E.F. Gale : February 22)

Contributors

Speaker: E.F. Gale, Sc.D., F.R.S.

: Dona Rosita La Soltera

A poem of Granada by Federico Garcia Lorca
A version by Selma Vaz Dias from the translation by C. A. Rossner
(Reginald Moore writes on page 4)

Contributors

Author: Federico Garcia Lorca
Adapted by: Selma Vaz Dias
Translation: C.A. Rossner
Producer: Frederick Bradnum

: The Overland Route to India: 2: Syrian Music and Dervish Dances

Seven illustrated talks by Deben Bhattacharya
(Next programme: February 18)

Contributors

Talk by: Deben Bhattacharya

: Matyas Seiber

Arda Mandikian (soprano)
The Melos Ensemble: Gervase de Peyer (clarinet), Paul Draper (bassoon), Neill Sanders (horn), Eli Goren (violin), Ivor McMahon (violin), Cecil Aronowitz (viola), Terence Weil (cello) with Richard Taylor (recorder), Ronald Moore (clarinet), John Harper (bassoon), Barry Tuckwell (horn)

Divertimento, for clarinet and string quartet
Four Greek Folk Songs, for soprano and string quartet: Oh my love, how long; Have pity on me; Each time, my love, you say farewell; O your eyes are dark and beautiful
Pastorale, for recorder and string trio
Serenade, for two clarinets, two bassoons, and two horns
Second of four programmes

Contributors

Soprano: Arda Mandikian
Clarinettist: Gervase De Peyer
Bassoonist: Paul Draper
Horn player: Neill Sanders
Violinist: Eli Goren
Violinist: Ivor McMahon
Viola player: Cecil Aronowitz
Cellist: Terence Weil
Recorder player: Richard Taylor
Clarinettist: Ronald Moore
Bassoonist: John Harper
Horn player: Barry Tuckwell

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