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: HAYDN and BEETHOVEN

Hans Richter-Haaser (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Hans Richter-Haaser

: A DAY AND NIGHT OF MUSIC IN KERALA

by John Levy
Some very ancient traditions survive in the music of temple, household, and thorough-fare in the region of the Malabar Coast. John Levy has recorded much that will he new to Western listeners. He illustrates it and speaks about it against the background that is never without music day and night.

Contributors

Unknown: John Levy

: MOZART

Divertimento in E flat (K.563) played by the Italian String Trio:
Franco Gulli (violin)
Bruno Giuranna (viola)
Amedeo Baldovino (cello)

Contributors

Violin: Franco Gulli
Viola: Bruno Giuranna
Cello: Amedeo Baldovino

: ' THE OLD TUNE'

(' La Manivellc ')
A conversation piece written for the Third Programme by Robert Pinget
English text by Samuel Beckett
Produced by Barbara Bray

Contributors

Programme By: Robert Pinget
Unknown: Samuel Beckett
Produced By: Barbara Bray
MR CREAM: Jack Maegowran
GORMAN: Patrick Magee

: ' PETER GRIMES '

See foot of page
Prologue and Act 1 on gramophone records

: LAW IN ACTION

Exemption Clauses and Third Parties by G. H. Treitel
Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford
A contract for work or services contains a clause that in the event of loss or damage the liability of the party undertaking the work is limited. Can a sub-contractor shelter behind this clause?

: ' PETER GRIMES'

Act 2

: THE NEW LEFT IN BRITAIN

Three talks by J. M. Cameron
Professor of Philosophy
In the University of Leeds
3-Agents and Victims
* The power of the Marxist myth lies in its being a myth of sin, suffering, and redemption.' The New Left are not real Marxists, or perhaps they are ' Protestant Marxists who date the corruption of the faith from the apostolic age itself.' Professor Cameron pleads against trying to ' prescribe the new man.'

Contributors

Unknown: J. M. Cameron

: 'PETER GRIMES'

Act 3

: GENEALOGY AND HISTORY

by Anthony Wagner, C.V.O.
The Richmond Herald considers genealogy as a method of historical study and some reforms that are needed to enable its full use in the service of history.

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Wagner, C.V.O.

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