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: INDIAN CLASSICAL MUSIC

Southern (Carnatic)
M. S. Subbalakshmi (singer)
R. K. Venkatarama Sastri (violin)
V. Nagarajan (mridangam)
Kothanda Rama lyer (ghatam)
The performance of a piece of Indian music is based on a melody mode (known as raga) and a time measure (known as tala).
This programme includes works by Tyagaraja, Swati Tirunal , Shyama Sastri , Muthuswami Dikshitar , and Nilakantha Sivan , as well as some traditional pieces. The following ragas will be heard: Harikpmbodi, Pantuvarali, Sankarabharanam, Vasantha, Bauli, and Senjuruti.
(Recording made available by courtesv of All India Radio. New Delhi)
Third ef six programmes devised by Narayana Menon

Contributors

Singer: M. S. Subbalakshmi
Unknown: Swati Tirunal
Unknown: Shyama Sastri
Unknown: Muthuswami Dikshitar
Unknown: Nilakantha Sivan
Unknown: Narayana Menon

: 'LULU'

Donald Mitchell introduces
Alban Berg 's opera to be broadcast next Monday

Contributors

Introduces: Donald Mitchell
Unknown: Alban Berg

: Marius Goring in 'AN EVENING WITH MALLARME'

A reconstruction by G. W. Ireland
On Tuesday evenings for more than a quarter of a century there gathered in the flat of Stephane Mallarme a group of young writers and artists: many of them were later to rival in fame the Master himself. This reconstruction of an imaginary evening in the 1890s. Arthur Symons (Frank Duncanh Mallarmé
(Marius Gormg ): Paul, ;<ie% c,V„ J,y
McClelland): Paul Claudel (Derek Smith );
Andre Gide (Richard Hart ,: Pierre <-ou>s
(David Peel):Henri de Regnier (Gabriel
Wool!)- Francis Vieli-Gnfhn (Guy Kingsley
Poynter); Claude Debussy (William Squire );
Genevieve Mallarme (Freda Dowie )
Production by Anthony Thwaite

Contributors

Unknown: G. W. Ireland
Unknown: Arthur Symons
Unknown: Marius Gormg
Unknown: Paul Claudel
Unknown: Derek Smith
Unknown: Andre Gide
Unknown: Richard Hart
Unknown: Henri de Regnier
Unknown: Francis Vieli-Gnfhn
Unknown: William Squire
Unknown: Genevieve Mallarme
Unknown: Freda Dowie
Production By: Anthony Thwaite

: JESUS IN CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC WRITING

by Kenneth Cragg
During the last decade a number of books bv Muslim writers in Arabic have been published in Egypt, all of them concerned with the person and role of Jesus. Canon
Cragg finds here some signs of a tresn approach to the age-old Muslim-Christian impasse, particularly in M. K. Hussein s
City of Wrons-a Friday in Jerusalem, published recently in an English version.

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Cragg

: SATURDAY CONCERT

Part 2

: Art-Anti-Art THE SHAPE OF MY MIND

ALLEN GINSBERG , author of the long poem Howl and one of the leading figures among the American Beat Generation poets, talks about his ideas to Donald Carne-Ross .

Contributors

Unknown: Allen Ginsberg
Unknown: Donald Carne-Ross

: BLOCH

Sonata No. 2 (Poeme mystique) played by Rafael Druian (violin)
John Simms (piano) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Violin: Rafael Druian
Piano: John Simms

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