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Eiluned Davies (piano)
Dinah Demuth (cor anglais)
Frederick Stone (piano)
The Francis Chagrin Chamber Ensemble
Conductor, Francis Chagrin
Mary Chandler is principal oboe in the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; her Sonatina, written eighteen months ago, is in four movements: Allegro giocoso, Minuet, Alia siciliana, and Rondo. R.W. Wood, who as Ralph Wood is well known for his writings on music, composed his Soliloquies in 1951; they are scored for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, trombone, strings.


Piano: Eiluned Davies
Cor anglais: Dinah Demuth
Piano: Frederick Stone
Musicians: The Francis Chagrin Chamber Ensemble
Conductor: Francis Chagrin


Illustrated talk by R. D. Noone
The speaker is Director of Museums and Adviser on Aborigines to the Federal Government of Malaya.


Talk By: R. D. Noone


Contemporary comment on the Act of 1707 Ratifying and Approving the Treaty of Union of the Two Kingdoms of Scotland and England
A programme of excerpts from contemporary accounts of the negotiations that led to legislative union between two Kingdoms. The writers of the accounts are both Scottish and English, both for and against the Union.
Programme compiled by Dewar Gibb and Moultrie R. Kelsall
Produced by Robin Richardson


Unknown: Dewar Gibb
Unknown: Moultrie R. Kelsall
Produced By: Robin Richardson


Symphony No. 92. in G (Oxford) played by the Alessandro Scarlatti Orchestra Oonductor, Franco Caracciolo on a gramophone record


Unknown: Alessandro Scarlatti Orchestra
Unknown: Franco Caracciolo


A. J. Leventhal , Lecturer in French, Trinity College, Dublin, traces the development of Beckett's work from his English poem Whoroscope, published in 1930, to Fin de Partie, produced in London this month.


Unknown: J. Leventhal

: Betty Hardy in 'EUGENIE THE SECOND'

A study in the later years of the last Empress of the French by Harold Kurtz with John Glen , John Glyn-Jones
Martin Starkie , Gladys Spencer
Eric Phillips , Patience Collier
Production by Christopher Sykes


Unknown: Harold Kurtz
Unknown: John Glen
Unknown: John Glyn-Jones
Unknown: Martin Starkie
Unknown: Gladys Spencer
Unknown: Eric Phillips
Production By: Christopher Sykes


String Sextet in E flat played by the Macgibbon String Quartet:
Margot Macgibbon , Lorraine du Val
Anatole Mines , Lilly Phillips with Jean Stewart (viola) Terence Weil (cello)


Unknown: Margot MacGibbon
Unknown: Lorraine du Val
Unknown: Anatole Mines
Unknown: Lilly Phillips
Viola: Jean Stewart
Cello: Terence Weil


Scottish Influence on the Homicide Act 1957 by T. B. Smith , Q.c.
Professor of Law
In the University of Aberdeen


Unknown: T. B. Smith


Flora Nielsen (mezzo-soprano)
Josephine Lee (piano)
An die Leier; Der Einsame; Die Stadt; Das Lied im Grtinen; Schwanengesang; Du bist die Ruh'
(The recorded broadcast of Nov. 6)


Piano: Josephine Lee

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