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Anabase for narrator, baritone, choir, and orchestra
Anders Naslund (narrator)
Erik Saeden (baritone)
Choir and Orchestra of Sveriges Radio, Stockholm
Conducted by Sixten Ehrling
(Recording made available by courtesy of Sveriges Radio)
Rollo H. Myers writes on page 6


Unknown: Saint-John Perse
Narrator: Anders Naslund
Baritone: Erik Saeden
Conducted By: Sixten Ehrling
Unknown: Rollo H. Myers


Three talks by H.E. the Philippine Ambassador The Hon. Leon Maria Guerrero
3-The Unfinished Revolution
Mr. Guerrero speaks on Asian reactions to Communist China, Western and Russian economic aid, and SEATOwhose Council of Ministers is to meet in Manila in March.


Unknown: Leon Maria Guerrero


Gareth Morris (flute)
Neill Sanders (horn)
Francis Poulenc (piano)
Dennis Brain Wind Ensemble:
Gareth Morris (flute) Leonard Brain (oboe)
Stephen Waters (clarinet)
Cecil James (bassoon)
Neill Sanders (horn) with Wilfrid Parry (piano)
Elegy for horn and piano (in memory of Dennis Brain)
(first performance: see page 6)
Sonata for flute and piano
(first performance in this country)


Flute: Gareth Morris
Horn: Neill Sanders
Piano: Francis Poulenc
Piano: Dennis Brain Wind
Flute: Gareth Morris
Oboe: Leonard Brain
Clarinet: Stephen Waters
Bassoon: Cecil James
Horn: Neill Sanders
Piano: Wilfrid Parry


WATKINS SHAW talks about Boyce and his symphony-overtures; in particular those recently published in a Musica Britannica volume edited by the late Gerald Finzi.
Illustrations on gramophone records and by the English String Quartet
See Tuesday at 8.0


Talks: Watkins Shaw
Unknown: Gerald Finzi.


by J. P. Corbett
Fellow of Balliol College,
Oxford Mr.Corbett considers religious agnosticism not as a creed but as an enquiry. (The recorded broadcast of Dec. 19)


Unknown: J. P. Corbett
Unknown: Oxford Mr.Corbett

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