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Das wohltemperierte Clavier
Forty-eight Preludes and Fugues
F; F minor (Book 1) F; F minor (Book 2) played by Maurice Cole (piano)
Sixth of twelve recitals


Piano: Maurice Cole


A topical programme on the arts. literature, and entertainment including:
Contributions on the Polish film Kanal and the two new sculptures by Henry Moore at the Marlborough Gallery, London.


Unknown: Henry Moore


Norman Tattersall (baritone)
Gareth Morris (flute)
Gwendolen Mason (harp)
James Blades (percussion)
The Macgibbon String Quartet: Margot Macgibbon. Lorraine du Val
Anatole Mines. Lilly Phillips
Four Songs for voice, nute, violin, viola, harp, and percussion
Oddena; ChrysiHa; The Dance; Anacreontic Ode
String Quartet in E minor


Baritone: Norman Tattersall
Flute: Gareth Morris
Harp: Gwendolen Mason
Harp: James Blades
Unknown: Margot MacGibbon.
Unknown: Lorraine du Val
Unknown: Anatole Mines.
Unknown: Lilly Phillips


by the Rev. Alec Vidler , D.D.
Fellow of King's College, Cambridge
Does the present relationship between Church and State in England need to be reformed or has the time come when the connection should be severed? Dr. Vidler considers this question in the light not only of an ideal theory but of practical possibilities. Where do we go from here?
Last of a group of five talks on Church Establishment


Unknown: Rev. Alec Vidler


sung by Alan Lomax


Sung By: Alan Lomax

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