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Accidents to Young Children by J. A. Jolowicz
Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge A child nearly four years old is travelling with his mother in the guards van of a train. He eludes her attention for a moment, opens the door, and is killed.
Is the British Transport Commission liable?


Unknown: J. A. Jolowicz


Dennis Brain (horn)
Philharmonia Orchestra on gramophone records
Horn Concerto No.1 In D (K.412)
(Mozart) : conducted byHerbert Von Karajan
Siegfried Idyll (Wagner): conducted by Guido Cantelli
Horn Concerto No. 1 In E fl at Op. 11
(Richard Strauss ): conducted by Wolfgang Sawallisch


Horn: Dennis Brain
Conducted By: Herbert von Karajan
Conducted By: Siegfried Idyll
Conducted By: Guido Cantelli
Unknown: Richard Strauss
Conducted By: Wolfgang Sawallisch


A symposium on several aspects and periods of Japanese art
Speakers; BASIL GRAY
Keeper of Oriental Antiquities,
British Museum
Curator of the Museum of Eastern Art, Oxford
Assistant Keeper in the Department of Oriental Antiquities,
British Museum
The exhibition Art Treasures from Japan, which has been brought over from Japan and was recently shown in Paris, is at present on view in London at the Victoria and Albert Museum.


Unknown: Basil Gray
Unknown: Peter Swann
Unknown: William Watson
Unknown: Albert Museum.


Melos Ensemble

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