by W. L. Burn
Professor of Modern History in the University of Durham
The Conservative party claims to represent all classes and interests. It holds that politics are not the most important thing in life. In the light of these two statements Professor Burn considers the party's history during the last fifty yean.
Cynthia Jolly (soprano)
Thomas Rajna (piano)
Three Songs, Op. 16
Három oszi konnycsepp (Three autumn teardrops); Egyedül a tengerrel (Alone with the sea); Az agyam hivogat (My bed calls)
Music of the night (Suite: Out of Doors)
Eight Hungarian Folk Songs (1923)
Fekete Fod (Black earth); Istenem, istenem (My God, my God, roll away the waters); Asszonyok, asszonyok (0 women, let me join you); Annyl banat az szuvemen (There is so much sorrow in my heart); Ha kimegyek arr' a magos tetbre (If I go up to the top of the high hill); Toltik a nagy erdo utjat (They are building up the big road); Bddig val6 dolgom (Up till now my job was spring ploughing); Olvad a ho (The anow is melting, my beloved)
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 on view in London at the Marl-borough Gallery until March 22.
Sonatas for violin and continuo
Trnt SORROWFUL MYSTERIES
Christ's agony in the garden of Gethsemane; The scourging of Christ; Christ mocked and crowned with thorns; Christ carries his Cross to Calvary; The Crucifixion
Jurgen Hess (violin)
Anthony Milner (harpsichord)
Desmond DuprS (viola da gamba)
The second of three programmes in which the fifteen Mystery Sonatas are being played in sequence.
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