Second of two lieder recitals by Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau baritone with Gerald Moore piano
Wohl denk' ich oft
Alles endet, was entstehet Flihlt meine Seele
Das Standchen Der Soldat 1 Nachtzauber
Wer sein holdes Lieb verloren Alle gingen, Herz, zur Rub Nun wandre,
Maria Herr , was tragt der Boden nier
Spanisches Lied^rbuch on gramophone records
A. Conversation. Piece by EVELYN WAUGH with Ralph Michael
'These BBC people have made themselves a great nuisance to me. I spend most of my days and nights carrying on conversations with people I never see
Other parts played by Anne Dalliance , Ian Keill
Patricia Leventon , Martina Mayne Dudy Nimmo , John Webster and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Script and production by MICHAEL BAKEWELL
The General's Wife:
A series of programmes in which different interpretations on gramophone records are compared.
The finale of BRAHMS'S FOURTH SYMPHONY conducted by Karl Bbhm , Otto Klemperer Toircanini, Bruno Walter Weingartner, and others discussed by Deryck Cooke
Harry Newstone and Sir Jack Westrup
Chairman Roger Fiske
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