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Florence Hooton (cello)
The Harvey Phillips
String Orchestra
(Leader, Alan Loveday )
Conductor, Harvey Phillips


Cello: Florence Hooton
Leader: Alan Loveday
Conductor: Harvey Phillips


A series of talks commenting on current legal issues
Telephone tapping, the law and the practice by H. W. R. Wade
Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge Revelations about telephone tapping caused some public concern last summer. Mr. Wade discusses the powers of opening letters and tapping telephones, and the Report of the Birkett Committee.


0 wusst' ich doch den Weg zurtick;
Liebestreu; Das Madchen spncbt;
Feldeinsamkeit Eigeunerlieder , Op. 103
He Zigeuner; Hochgetiirmte Rima fluf Wusst ihr, wann mem Kmdchen- Lieber Gott , du weisst; Brauner Bursche fiihrt zum Tanze; Roslein dreie in der Reihe; Kommt dir manchmal; Rote Abendwolken sung by Marianne Schech (soprano)
Clifton Helliwell (piano)


Unknown: Das Madchen
Unknown: Feldeinsamkeit Eigeunerlieder
Unknown: Hochgetiirmte Rima
Unknown: Lieber Gott
Unknown: Brauner Bursche
Unknown: Rote Abendwolken
Soprano: Marianne Schech
Piano: Clifton Helliwell


MICHAEL THOMAS compares instruments of the sixteenth, eighteenth, and twentieth centuries, shows how the characteristics of the clavichord throw light on the performance of old keyboard music, and plays:


Unknown: Michael Thomas


String Quartet, Op. 58 No. 5 played by The Carmirelli Quartet:
Plna Carmirelli , Montserrat Cervera
Luigi Sagrati , Arturo Bonucci


Unknown: Plna Carmirelli
Unknown: Montserrat Cervera
Unknown: Luigi Sagrati
Unknown: Arturo Bonucci

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