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: THE'HIPPOLYTUS'

of Euripides

: BRAHMS

Sonata No. 2 in A, Op. 100 played by Max Rostal (violin)
Colin Horsley (piano)
The second of three programmes in which Brahms's violin sonatas are being played

Contributors

Violin: Max Rostal
Piano: Colin Horsley

: THE NATIONS ON PARADE

by J. M. Richards
An architectural commentary on the national pavilions at the Brussels Exhibition

Contributors

Unknown: J. M. Richards

: 'THE TRIBUNE'S VISITATION'

by David Jones
David Jones reads an excerpt from a longer work of his. This particular section concerns some soldiers of a world power on garrison abroad. Hence the text is decidedly familiar to all of us who are living today, even though these soldiers are thought of as being garrisoned in a Roman Procuratorship two thousand years ago.

Contributors

Unknown: David Jones

: ROY HARRIS

Symphony No. 3 played by the New York Philharmonic
Orchestra
Conducted by Leonard Bernstein (Recording made available by courtesy of Voice of America)

Contributors

Conducted By: Leonard Bernstein

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