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: SCHOENBERG and STRAVINSKY

Herzgewachse, Op. 20 (Schoenberg)
Marni Nixon (soprano), Barbara Shik (harp), Leonard Stein (celesta),
Wensley Kuhnle (harmonium), conducted by Robert Craft
Four Pieces. Op. 27 (Schoenberg)
Mami Nixon (soprano), Catherine Gayer
(contralto), Richard Robinson (tenor),
Sam van Ducen (bass), Max Gralnick
(mandolin), Hugo Rairnondi (clarinet),
Dorothy Wade (violin), Emmet Sargeant
(cello), conducted by Robert Craft
Two Balmont Songs (19111 and Three
Japanese Lyrics (1913. (Stranvinsky)
Marni Nixon (soprano), Shinley Boyes
(piano), Arthur Cleghorn (fluteX
Arthur Hobermann (flute), Hugo Raimondi
Clarinet), William Ulyate . (clarinet),
Israel Baker (violin), Dons Albert
(violin), Cecil Figelski (viola),
Howard Coif (cello), conducted by the composer on gramophone records

Contributors

Soprano: Marni Nixon
Soprano: Barbara Shik
Harp: Leonard Stein
Unknown: Wensley Kuhnle
Conducted By: Robert Craft
Soprano: Mami Nixon
Soprano: Catherine Gayer
Contralto: Richard Robinson
Bass: Sam van Ducen
Bass: Max Gralnick
Clarinet: Hugo Rairnondi
Violin: Dorothy Wade
Violin: Emmet Sargeant
Conducted By: Robert Craft
Soprano: Marni Nixon
Soprano: Shinley Boyes
Piano: Arthur Cleghorn
Flutex: Arthur Hobermann
Flute: Hugo Raimondi
Clarinet: William Ulyate
Violin: Israel Baker
Violin: Cecil Figelski
Viola: Howard Coif

: MEANING AND MECHANISM

by D. M. MacKay
Reader in Physics at King's College, London
Would a description of human communication in purely mechanical terms have any room for the notion of ' meaning . Dr.
MacKay argues for a thorough-going discussion at this level.

Contributors

Reader: D. M. MacKay

: CHAMBER MUSIC

Amici String Quartet:
Lionel Bentley. Sylvia Cleaver
Harold Harriott. Joy Hall

Contributors

Unknown: Lionel Bentley.
Unknown: Sylvia Cleaver
Unknown: Harold Harriott.
Unknown: Joy Hall

: 'IDOLS OF WOOD AND STONE'

A monologue for radio by Tyrone Guthrie with MARY O'FARRELL as Miss Porter
Produced by John Gibson
A spinster living in the shadow of a cathedr.l talks about her father and the past.

Contributors

Unknown: Tyrone Guthrie
Unknown: Mary O'Farrell
Produced By: John Gibson

: SATURDAY CONCERT

See foot of page. Part 1

: LAW IN ACTION

Liability Even for Accident
The strange case of Kensington Borough Council v. W alters by R. W. M. Dias
Fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge

Contributors

Unknown: R. W. M. Dias

: SATURDAY CONCERT

Part 2

: ANTI-ART AND ANNA BLUME

ARP and SCHWITTERS, best known as graphic artists, have written interesting poems— or anti-poems-in which they work with language as blank material
Their poems, translated by Christopher Middleton and Stefan Themerson , are read in the original German by the authors, with commentary and English readings by Christopher Middleton.

Contributors

Translated By: Christopher Middleton
Translated By: Stefan Themerson
Unknown: Christopher Middleton.

: INDIAN CLASSICAL MUSIC

Northern (Hindustani)
Mushtaq Ali Khan (sitar)
Sant Ram (tabla)
Alap; Gat (Des raga)
Bhairayi raga; Mand raga
The performance of a piece of Indian music is based on a melody mode known as raga. (Recording made available by courtesy of All India Radio, New Delhi)
Second of six programmes devised by Narayana Menon

Contributors

Unknown: Mushtaq Ali Khan
Unknown: Sant Ram

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