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: RECITAL

Guila Bustabo (violin)
Ivor Newton (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Guila Bustabo
Piano: Ivor Newton

: ALEXANDER POPE

' Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot' and an ' Imitation of Horace '
Read by Robert Eddison and Stephen Murray
Introduced by D. G. Bridson

Contributors

Read By: Robert Eddison
Read By: Stephen Murray
Introduced By: D. G. Bridson

: BEETHOVEN

String Quartet in A minor. Op. 132 played by the Koeckert Quartet:
Rudolf Koeckert , Willi Buchner
Oskar Riedl. Josef Merz on a gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown: Rudolf Koeckert
Unknown: Willi Buchner
Unknown: Oskar Riedl.
Unknown: Josef Merz

: INDIRECT AGGRESSION

An interpretation by Geoffrey Barraclough
Stevenson Research Professor of International History in the University of London
Much use has been made of the phrase ' indirect aggression ' during the latest crisis in the Middle East. Geoffrey Barraclough discusses the meaning of this phrase, its historical antecedents, and its implications in international politics.

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Barraclough

: BACH

Richard Lewis (tenor)
Heinz Rehfuss (bass-baritone)
Charles Spinks
(organ and harpsichord continuo)
BBC Chorus
(Chorus-Master. Leslie Woodgate )
Kalmar Chamber Orchestra
(Leader. Leonard Friedman )
Conducted by Walter Goehr
Cantata Ko. 104: Du Hirte Israel, hore
Cantata No. 56: Ich will den Kreuzstab gerne tragen
Motet for chorus: Lobet den Herrn , alle Heiden
From St. Gabriel's Church.
Cricklewood, London

Contributors

Tenor: Richard Lewis
Bass-Baritone: Heinz Rehfuss
Bass-Baritone: Charles Spinks
Chorus-Master: Leslie Woodgate
Leader: Leonard Friedman
Conducted By: Walter Goehr
Conducted By: Cantata Ko.
Unknown: Lobet Den Herrn

: ELISABETH SCHUMANN

Interpretation of Lieder

: ' VASCO

by Georges Schehad6
Translated from the French by Robert Baldick
Adapted for radio and produced by H. B. Fortuin
Music composed and conducted by Humphrey Searle
The action takes place about 1850 during a war
Details as Wednesday at 8.4
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.65-10.6 app.):
Symphony No. 32 (K.318) (Mozart): played by the London Mozart Players conductor, Harry Blech on a gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Baldick
Produced By: H. B. Fortuin
Conducted By: Humphrey Searle
Conductor: Harry Blech








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