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: RECITAL

Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute) Jacques Lancelot (clarinet)
Clifton Helliwell
(harpsichord and piano)

Contributors

Flute: Jean-Pierre Rampal
Clarinet: Jacques Lancelot
Harpsichord: Clifton Helliwell

: 'DON CARLOS'

See foot of page
DURING THE INTERVAL (6.30-6.40 app.).: Movements from Suite archaïque (Honpgger),: on a gramophone record followed by an interlude at 8.6 i

: SCHUBERT

Kathleen Joyce (contralto)
Ernest Lush (piano)
Dem Unendlichen; Die Rose; Klarchens Lied; Suleika 1 (Was bedeudet die Bewegung); Der Wachtelschlag; Die junge Nonne; Erlafsee; Der Schiffer
Last of three programmes

Contributors

Contralto: Kathleen Joyce
Piano: Ernest Lush

: GERMANY TODAY

The Malaise of the German Intellectuals by Friedrich Burschell author and critic
Fifth of a group of talks

Contributors

Unknown: Friedrich Burschell

: HAYDN

String Quartets
D minor, Op. 76 No. 2; G. Op. 77 No.1
AHegri String Quartet:
Eli Goren , James Barton
Patrick Ireland. William Pleelh
Second of four programmes

Contributors

Unknown: Eli Goren
Unknown: James Barton
Unknown: Patrick Ireland.
Unknown: William Pleelh

: A NEW DECADE FOR DEFENCE

by Marshal of the R.A.F.
Sir John Slessor , G.C.B., D.S.O., M.C.
Does a new Minister of Defence mean a new policy? Sir John Slessor argues that the Chiefs of Staff should take a more constructive part in the formulation of Defence Policy and suggests some considerations which he thinks the Minister should have in mind while preparing the 1960 White Paper on Defence--due to be published in a couple of weeks.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir John Slessor
Unknown: Sir John Slessor

: EZRA POUND

Readings and Recollections
1-The Early Years
Introduced by D. G. Bridson
In April last year D. G. Bridson visited Ezra Pound in Italy and made a series of recordings with him. These include readings from his poetry, recollections of his friends, and many expressions of opinion on art and other matters.
This, the first of three programmes, deals with Pound's earlier work and includes readings from Hugh Selwyn Mauberley and Homage to Sextus Propertius.

Contributors

Introduced By: D. G. Bridson
Unknown: D. G. Bridson
Unknown: Hugh Selwyn
Unknown: Sextus Propertius.

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