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: THE SACRIFICIAL SOCIETY

A consideration of the liturgical idea
5-The Arts of Sacrifice by the Rev. G. E. Hudson
Vicar of Roehampton
Mr Hudson contends that sacrifice, rightly understood, is indispensable to
-meaning' in the Creation; and that there is evidence for this. Sacrifice is the means to a truly personal Me for man. It is the way in which he experiences life in community.
Last of five talks.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. G. E. Hudson

: MOZART

Songs
Die Zufriedcnheit (K.349)
Komm'. liebe Zither (K.351)
Helmut Krebs (tenor)
Adolf Hartmann (mandolin)
Humorous Ensembles
Quartet: Caro into Druck und Schluck
( K.571a) Trio: DasBandel (K.441)
Margot Guilleaume (soprano)
Helmut Krebs and Fritz Wunderlich
(tenors)
Hans GÜnther NÖcker (bass)
Fritz Neumeyer (lStn-cemu. j v on a gramophone record

Contributors

Tenor: Helmut Krebs
Tenor: Adolf Hartmann
Soprano: Margot Guilleaume
Tenor: Helmut Krebs
Tenor: Fritz Wunderlich
Bass: Fritz Neumeyer

: Restoration Drama

.Programme 3
Edith Evans, John Gielgud
Margaret Rutherford in ' THE WAY
OF THE WORLD' by William Congreve
Music by John Eccles adapted and arranged by Lionel Salter
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
THE SCENE: London, 1700
Produced by Charles Lefeaux
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.40-9.50 app.):
Movements from a Serenada
(Heinrich Biber) played by the Philomusica of London directed from the harpsichord by Thurston Dart
Ona gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown: William Congreve
Music By: John Eccles
Arranged By: Lionel Salter
Produced By: Charles Lefeaux
Unknown: Thurston Dart
MIRABELL, in love with Mistress Millaant: John Gielgud
FAINALL. in love with Mistress Marod: Anthony Nicholls
Followers of Mistress MiHamant:WITWOUD: Robert Eddison
PETULANT: Denys Blakelock
Mistress Fainall,daughter to Lady Wishfort and wife to Fainall,formerly friend to Mirabell: June Tobin
Mistress Marwood, friend to Fainall,and likes Mirabell: Lydia Sherwood
Mistress Mii.lamant, a fine lady, niece to Lady Wishfort and loves Mirabell: Edith Evans
MINCING, woman to Mistress Millamant: Jane Jordan Rogers
WAITWELL, servant to Mirabell: Keith Williams
FOIBLE, woman to Lady Wishfort: Jessie Evans
Lady WISHFORT, enemy to Mirabell for having falsely pretended love to her having falsely: Margaret Rutheriord
PEG, maid to Lady Wishfort: Freda Dowie
SIR WILFULLWitwoud, half-brother to Witwoud and nephew to Lady Wishfort: Alexander Gauge








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