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An episode in the future by Edward Hyams
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall


Unknown: Edward Hyams
Produced By: Rayner Heppenstall


from Berlioz to the present day
14-Debussy, Ravel, and Poulenc
sung by Pierre Bernac (baritone) with Francis Poulenc (piano)
A series of sixteen programmes
Le Travail du Peintre, a song-cycle by Poulenc to poems by Paul Eluard , was first performed at the 1957 Edinburgh International Festival. In each case the music is more representative of the artist's personality than of his style of painting.


Baritone: Pierre Bernac
Piano: Francis Poulenc
Unknown: Paul Eluard


by the Rev. B. M. G. Reardon
'The religious believer, as soon as his belief turns to reflection, must face the problem of reason, its scope and its limits. Thinker and believer are bound to meet at the point at which each perceives by the light of reason that the principle and end of his existence is not in himself.'


Unknown: Rev. B. M. G. Reardon


Prelude and Fugue in D Three Chorale Preludes:
Herr Christ , der einig Gottes Sohn In dulci jubilc
Von Gott will ich nicht lassen
Prelude and Fugue in F sharp minor played by Svend Aage Spange (organ)
From St. Mark's Church.
North Audley Street, London


Unknown: Herr Christ
Unknown: Gottes Sohn
Unknown: Von Gott
Played By: Svend Aage


A programme of recordings Ir several languages showing the way mothers sing to and plaj with their babies
Programme devised by Leslie Daiken
Produced by David Thomson
Margot van der Burgh


Unknown: Leslie Daiken
Produced By: David Thomson
Narrator: Margot van Der Burgh

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