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: OLD ORGANS

in Northern Europe
A series of programmes introduced by Cecil Clutton
3-Roskilde Cathedral, Denmark
Built by Raphaelis in 1555, this organ was rebuilt in 1654 by Maas, and again recently by Frobenius, preserving what remained of the old instrument. played by Helvig Larsen

Contributors

Introduced By: Cecil Clutton
Played By: Helvig Larsen

: SECOND THOUGHTS ON THE RADCLIFFE REPORT

John Wood explains why a more critical attitude has replaced his Initial enthusiasm for the findings of the Committee
(The recorded broadcast of Sept. 19)

Contributors

Unknown: John Wood

: MOZART

Serenade in D (Post-Horn)
(K.320) played by the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Ferdinand Leitner on a gramophone record

Contributors

Conducted By: Ferdinand Leitner

: PROPHET UNARMED

John Strachey talks about Trotsky in the light of the recent book by Isaac Deutscher
followed by an interlude at 7.65

Contributors

Talks: John Strachey
Book By: Isaac Deutscher

: Julius Harrison REQUIEM MASS

for soloists, chorus and orchestra
Bee foot of page

: POEMS BY JOHN DONNE

A series of three readings by Marius Goring
8-DIVINE POEMS

Contributors

Unknown: Marius Goring

: THE CREATIVE PROCESS IN MOZART AND BEETHOVEN

by Peter Stadlen
1-The Art of Repetition
Mozart and Beethoven often changed their minds as to how often and in what way a phrase or section of music should be repeated. Mr. Stadlen, who has made an intensive study of their autograph scores, talks about the significance of their alterations.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Stadlen

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