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: BACH

CANTATA No. 41:
Jesu, nun sei gepreiset
Ursula Buckel (soprano)
Hertha Topper (contralto)
Peter Pears (tenor) Kieth Engen (bass)
Munich Bach Choir
Orchestra of the Bach Festival, Ansbach
Conducted by Karl Richter

Contributors

Soprano: Ursula Buckel
Contralto: Hertha Topper
Tenor: Peter Pears
Bass: Kieth Engen
Conducted By: Karl Richter

: 'SOFT IS THE SPRINGTIME EARTH'

by Zvonimir Bajsic
Translated by Karla Kunc and D. Matko
Music by Miljenko Prohaska Produced by Archie Campbell
Orchestra conducted by Alan Paul
(BBC recording: second broadcast)
This play was broadcast on all Yugoslav radio stations in 1957 and again the following year by Radio Prague. In 1958 it was awarded first place at the Festival of Radio Drama at Novi-Sad and gained a special prize at the European Festival in Rome as the best radio drama production by Yugoslavia.
Its author, who is still in his early thirties, is a drama producer at Radio Zagreb. He has written several other radio plays as well as a number of short novels.

Contributors

Unknown: Zvonimir Bajsic
Translated By: Karla Kunc
Translated By: D. Matko
Produced By: Archie Campbell
Conducted By: Alan Paul
The Unknown Voice: James McKechnie
Klara: Marion Lowe
Chestnut Seller: Allan Jeayes
Amalia, his daughter: Tobi Weinberg
He: Nicky Edmett
She: Jennifer Tafler

: TWENTIETH-CENTURY FRENCH MUSIC

Granville Jones (violin)
Celia Arieli (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Granville Jones
Piano: Celia Arieli

: The Reith Lectures THE FUTURE OF MAN

by P. B. Medawar, C.B.E., F.R.S.
Jodrell Professor of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy at University College, London
6-The Future of Man
These lectures are being printed in ' The Listener

Contributors

Unknown: P. B. Medawar, C.B.E., F.R.S.

: SPOHR

Octet in E
* played by the Vienna Octet:
Alfred Boskovsky (clarinet)
Josef Veleba (horn) Otto Nitsch (horn)
Willi Boskovsky (violin)
GUnther Breitenbach (viola)
Philipp Matheis (viola) Nikolaus Hiibner (cello)
Johann Krump (double-bass) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Clarinet: Alfred Boskovsky
Horn: Josef Veleba
Horn: Otto Nitsch
Violin: Willi Boskovsky
Viola: Gunther Breitenbach
Viola: Philipp Matheis
Cello: Nikolaus Hiibner
Double-Bass: Johann Krump

: MARKET TRENDS

Today's overseas commodity and financial news. and the London Stock Market closing report

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