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St. Cecilia Trio :
Sydney Humphreys (violin)
Norman Jones (cello) Robin Wood (piano)
Last of four programmes of contemporary piano trios


Violin: Sydney Humphreys
Cello: Norman Jones
Piano: Robin Wood

: ' The Play of ROBIN AND MARION

A version by Rene Hague of the 13th-century French romance by Adam de la Halle
The original songs arranged by Denis Stevens
Production by Douglas Cleverdon
with Edgar Hunt (recorder)
Leonard Brain (cor anglais)
John Burden (horn)
Charles Gregory (horn)
Edward Wilson (bassoon)
Osian Ellis (harp)
Stephen Whittaker (percussion)
Conducted by Denis Stevens


Unknown: Rene Hague
Unknown: Adam de la Halle
Arranged By: Denis Stevens
Production By: Douglas Cleverdon
Unknown: Edgar Hunt
Unknown: Leonard Brain
Horn: John Burden
Horn: Charles Gregory
Bassoon: Edward Wilson
Harp: Osian Ellis
Harp: Stephen Whittaker
Conducted By: Denis Stevens


by Jorge Bolet


Unknown: Jorge Bolet


The Cambridge philosopher G. E. Moore died in October 1958. Four of his friends speak about the influence he had on all those who knew him as a man and teacher.
Bertrand Russell , o.M.
Leonard Woolf
Professor Morton White of Harvard University
John Wisdom
Professor of Philosophy at Cambridge
followed by an interlude at 9.0


Unknown: G. E. Moore
Unknown: Bertrand Russell
Unknown: Leonard Woolf
Unknown: Professor Morton White
Unknown: John Wisdom


Symphony No. 2, in C minor
See panel
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.30—9.40 app.): Thomas Crowe reads excerpts from Mahler's letters on the subject of his Second Symphony and from the programme he provided for a performance of the work in Berlin in 1901


Unknown: Thomas Crowe


introduces and reads a selection of his poems

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