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(born February 24, 1858: died February 28, 1940)
A pioneer in the recovery of old music
An estimation by Thurston Dart Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge

: Rachel Thomas with Robert Ornbo in 'A WINTER JOURNEY'

A play in word and sound by James Hanley
Produced by John Gibson


Unknown: James Hanley
Produced By: John Gibson
Man: Robert Ornbo
Mrs Vaughan: Rachel Thomas
Postmaster: Haydn Jones
Gareth: John Dearth
Rhiannon: Margaret Leigh
Mr Williams: Norman Wynne


Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
Gerald Moore (piano)
Der Wanderer; t)ber Wildemann; Wanderers Nachtlied 1 (Der du von dem Himmel bist); Wanderers Nachtlied 2 (Uber alien Gipfelm); Der Wanderer an den Mond: Prometheus; An Schwager Kronos; Erlkonig


Piano: Gerald Moore


D. H. Kahnweiler , the French art critic and dealer, talks to Lawrence Alloway about the Cubist painter's work
An exhibition of paintings by Juan Gris is at present on view in London at the Marlborough Gallery.


Unknown: D. H. Kahnweiler
Unknown: Lawrence Alloway
Unknown: Juan Gris


An die Leier; Heliopolis; Memnon; Standchen; Geheimes: Du bist die Ruh'; An Sylvia; Im Abendrot; Abschied


by H. G. Nicholas
Fellow of New College, Oxford
The recently published book Theodore Roosevelt and the Rise of America to World Power, by Howard K. Beale , provides the background for this talk.


Unknown: H. G. Nicholas
Unknown: Theodore Roosevelt
Unknown: Howard K. Beale

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