Prelude and Fugue in G (Bruhns)
Partita: Ach wie nichtig. ach wle fluchttg (Bohm)
Capriccio in D: Prelude and Fugue in A minor (Bohm) played by Hans Heintze
(organ of St. John's. Luneburg) on gramophone records
by Erich Heller
Erich Heller, Professor of German at Swansea Universitv, speaks on the ideas Friedrich Schlegel and the early German Romantics had about the literature of the future.
The exhibition ' The Romantic Movement ' is on view in London at the Tate Gallery and at the Arts Council Gallery until September 27.
Last of three talks
Jacqueline Delman (soprano)
Hervey Alan (bass)
BBC Choral Society
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate )
Royal Choral Society
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader.Paul Beard )
Conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent
From the Royal Albert Hall , London
by Robert Matthew
Professor of Architecture
In the University of Edinburgh
The speaker argues that present Government policy in the field of town planning is inadequate to overcome the current crisis in urban redevelopment. He asks for a fresh appraisal of the situation which would make urban renewal a practical possibility.
This is a broadcast version of a lecture delivered at the recent conference * The Living Town ' at the R.I.B.A., London.
Frauenliebe und -leben, Op. 42
Seit ich ihn gesehen; Er, der Herrlichste von alien; Ich kann's nicht fassen, nicht glauben; Du Ring an meinem Finger; Helft mir, ihr Schwestern; Susser Freund, du blickest mich verwundert an; An meinem Herzen, an meiner Brust; Nun hast du mir den ersten Schmerz getan.
Janet Baker (contralto)
Ernest Lush (piano)
Second of four programmes
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