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From 6t. Anarew s Hall Glasgow
A Joint Concert by the combined
Scottish National Orchestra Leader. Sam Bor and BBC Scottdsh Orchestra
Leader, Peter Gibbs
Conducted by Alexander Gibson
Norman Del Mar
John Carewe
PART 1 conducted by Alexander Gibson first performance in this country


Leader: Sam Bor
Leader: Peter Gibbs
Conducted By: Alexander Gibson
Conducted By: Norman Del Mar
Unknown: John Carewe
Conducted By: Alexander Gibson


A discussion on devaluation between Robert Neild of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research and Ian Lloyd
In a recent number of the National Institute's Economic Review a case was made for the devaluation of the pound to help correct the payments deficit and to provide a breathing space in which measures could be taken to stimulate the growth of productivity. The value of this remedy has been widely challenged.


Unknown: Robert Neild
Unknown: Ian Lloyd


Introduction by Alexander Gibson
9.15 app. PART 2 conducted by Alexander Gibson
Norman Del Mar , and John Carewe first performance in this country


Unknown: Alexander Gibson
Conducted By: Alexander Gibson
Conducted By: Norman Del Mar
Conducted By: John Carewe


by WILLIAM WORDSWORTH Eight weekly readings from the poem drawn from the 1805 and 1850 text* and shortened by H.S. TAYLOR Read by the Cumbrian) poet Norman Nicholson
1: Childhood
Produced byi Anthony Thwalt


Unknown: William Wordsworth
Unknown: Norman Nicholson
Produced Byi: Anthony Thwalt


Sohoia Polyphonica
Conductor, Henny Washington
From Brompton Oratory, London


Conductor: Henny Washington

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