by Henry Green
Adapted and produced by Frederick Bradnum with Hilda Schroder , Peter Claughton
Ann Rye , Joan Sanderson
(Brewster Mason is in ' Flowering Cherry at the Haymarket Theatre, London; Mary Law in ' The Mousetrap at the Ambassadors Theatre, London)
See page 18 followed by an Interlude at 7.20
Joseph Weingarten (piano)
Nocturne in G minor, Op. 37 No. 1 Waltz in B minor, Op. 69 No. Two Nocturnes, Op. 48:
C minor; F sharp minor
Waltz in A flat, Op. 69 No. 1 Ballade in A flat
Two Waltzes, Op. 64:
D flat; C sharp minor
Nocturne In F minor, Op. 55 No. 1
Third of four recitals
In the second of two talks discusses the multiplicity of contradictory ideologies, cultures, traditions thrust on us for acceptance or rejection: and how this necessity of personal choice leads as often to a sense of frustration as to a sense of direction
* Diomedes Fights the Gods ' from BOOK 5
TransJated by Stephen Garsides
* Hector and Andromache '
BOOK 6, lines 390-502
Translated by G. S. Fraaer
Read by Denis McCarthy
Series arranged by D. S. Carne-Rosa
Third of twelve readings from Homer't Iliad in new translations by different hands.
Suite: Mladi (Youth)
Philadelphia Woodwind Quintet:
William Kincaid (fluteX John do Lancie (oboe), Anthony Gigliotti
(clarinet), Sol Schoenbach (bassoon).
Mason Jones (horn) with Leon Lester (bass clarinet) on a gramophone record
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