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: THE DRAMATIC MONOLOGUE

Rudyard Kipling
'M'Andrew's Hymn'
Read by John Laurie
Passages from Ezra Pound's 'Homage to Sextus Propertius 1: Dec. 12

Contributors

Unknown: Rudyard Kipling
Read By: John Laurie
Unknown: Sextus Propertius

: FRENCH SONG

from Berlioz to the present day lo-Ravel
SHEHERAZADE
Asie; La flute enchantee; L'indifférent
Suzanne Danco
Suisse Romande Orchestra
Conducted by Ernest Ansermet on a gramophone record
A series of sixteen programmes
Songs by Bizet, Chaitsson, and Ravel: December 12

Contributors

Conducted By: Ernest Ansermet

: A POLISH VIEW OF CONRAD

by Przemyslaw Mroczkowski
Head of the English Department In the Catholic University of Lublin
After we have done our best to make conscious in ourselves all the discrepancies between Conrad's art and the contemporary type of receptiveness there can be little doubt which aspects of his art have lost nothing of their power.'
A second talk on Joseph Conrad , by Graham Hough : December 20

Contributors

Unknown: Przemyslaw Mroczkowski
Unknown: Joseph Conrad
Unknown: Graham Hough

: BOCCHERINI and SCARLATTI

Geraint Jones (harpsichord)
Musica da Camera:
Roger Lord (oboe), Archie Camden (bassoon), Charles Gregory (horn), Vera Kantrovitch and Lorraine du Val (violin), Cecil Aronowitz (viola), Joy Hall (cello), Eugene Cruft (double-bass)

Contributors

Harpsichord: Geraint Jones
Oboe: Roger Lord
Oboe: Archie Camden
Bassoon: Charles Gregory
Horn: Vera Kantrovitch
Horn: Lorraine du Val
Violin: Cecil Aronowitz
Viola: Joy Hall
Cello: Eugene Cruft

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