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The Melos Ensemble:
Peter Graeme (oboe)
Gervase de Peyer (clarinet)
William Waterhouse (bassoon)
Neill Sanders (horn)
Emanuel Hurwitz (violin)
Ivor McMahon (violin) Cecil Aronowitz (viola)
Terence Weil (cello)
Adrian Beers (double-bass)
Lamar Crowson (piano)
Part 1


Oboe: Peter Graeme
Clarinet: Gervase de Peyer
Bassoon: William Waterhouse
Horn: Neill Sanders
Violin: Emanuel Hurwitz
Violin: Ivor McMahon
Viola: Cecil Aronowitz
Cello: Terence Weil
Piano: Lamar Crowson


A weekly review of the arts
This edition includes:
Henry Reed on the novel The Leopard by Giuseppe di Lampedusa


Unknown: Henry Reed
Unknown: Giuseppe Di Lampedusa


Part 2
These weekly concerts are given before an invited audience at the BBC's studios in Delaware Road, Maida Vale, London. Tickets may be obtained by applying to [address removed], enclosing stamped addressed envelope.

: Paste and Paper Everywhere

A satire on light documentary programmes
Written by J.E. Hinder with music arranged by Alan Paul
Those taking part:
Carleton Hobbs, Norman Shelley, Keith Williams, Ronald Baddiley, Malcolm Hayes, John Humphry, Jean Campbell, and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
BBC Revue Orchestra (Leader, Julien Gaillard) Conducted by Alan Paul
Production by Martyn C. Webster


Written By: J.E. Hinder
Arranged By: Alan Paul
Unknown: Carletpn Hobbs
Unknown: Norman Shelley
Unknown: Keith Williams
Unknown: Ronald Baddiiey
Unknown: Malcolm Hayes
Unknown: John Humphry
Unknown: Jean Campbell
Leader: Julien Gaillard
Conducted By: Alan Paul
Production: Martyn C. Webster


Partita No. 3, in A minor played by George Malcolm (harpsichord) (: second broadcast)


Harpsichord: George Malcolm

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