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: CHAMBER MUSIC

Netherlands String Quartet:
Nap dé Klijn, Jaap Schroder
Paul Godwin , Carel Boomkamp

Contributors

Unknown: Jaap Schroder
Unknown: Paul Godwin
Unknown: Carel Boomkamp

: HAZOR: HEAD OF THE KINGDOMS

A conversation between DR. YIGAEL YADIN, Directo- of the James A. de Rothschild expedition at Hazor in northern Palestine, and D. J. WISEMAN of the Department of Western Asiatic Antiquities, British Museum.
According to the Bible, Joshua
' turned back,' and took Hazor.' Later
King Solomon rebuilt ' Hazor, and Megiddo, and Gezer.' D, J. Wiseman asks Dr. Yadin about the results of his 1957 season at Hazor and discusses with him his use of the Bible as corroborative evidence.
An exhibition called 'Hazor in Galilee,' showing some of the finds from the first three seasons of the excavations, is at present on v.ew in London at the British Museum.

Contributors

Unknown: J. Wiseman

: SCHUMANN

Liederreihe
Twelve poems by Kerner, Op. 35 sung by Dietrich Fischer -Dieskau
(baritone)
Gerald Moore (piano)

Contributors

Sung By: Dietrich Fischer
Piano: Gerald Moore

: PRESS CONFERENCE IN THE UNITED STATES

by A. L. Goodhart
K.B.E., Q.C., F.B.A.
Master of University College, Oxford
(The recorded broadcast of April 23)

Contributors

Unknown: A. L. Goodhart

: CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN ORGAN MUSIC

(all first broadcast performances in this country) played by James Dalton on the organ c. St. Mark's Church
North Audley Street, London
Second of three programmes

Contributors

Played By: James Dalton

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