Richard Lewis (tenor)
Franz Reizenstein (piano)
Allegri String Quartet:
Eli Goren. James Barton
Patrick Ireland , William Pleeth
Divertimento for string quartet. Op. 9
Song-Cycle: Five Sonnets of Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Op. 36 (1959)
The soul's expression; Our two souls; How do I love thee?; I think of thee; Perplexed music
Quintet in D. for piano and strings
Op. 23 (1948)
Last of three programmes
. by George Santayana
Adapted by Peter Whigham from chapters 6 and 7 of the book
' Dialogues in Limbo ' with FELIX AYLMER a" SOCRATES and Denis GOACHER as The STRANGER
Production by Christopher Sykes
followed by an interlude at 7.50
A series of talks commenting on current legal issues
Responsibility for Advice by Norman S. Marsh
Fellow of University College, Oxford
Norman Marsh considers the case of Woods v. Marlins Bank 1958 and five other relevant cases.
At the first performance in 1808 Beethoven repeated the whole of the scherzo and trio -a procedure familiar to us in his Fourth, Sixth, and Seventh Symphonies, but not in the Fifth. Oddly enough, he left in the big repeat of the first section of the finale; but conductors nearly always omit this, perhaps feeling that it upsets the proportions of the work. With the extra repetition of the scherzo and trio, however, the repeat of the finale's exposition becomes obviously essential, if only to delay more strikingly the sudden reappearance of the obsessive scherzo theme later on. Beethoven's instructions about shortening the scherzo are not Perfectly clear; whatever one's views, it can only be exciting to hear the symphony in the form in which he first gave it to the world.
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